March 29, 2007

Samsung developed a 64GB flash drive – may replace moving hard drive

Samsung has developed a 64 GB flash-solid state drive (SSD). The 1.8”-type flash-SSD is based on an 8GB single-level-cell (SLC) NAND, which provides higher performance over conventional SSDs.

The flash-SSD is a secure and reliable means of storing data which can access data quite fast. The new flash-SSD’s read and writes performance increased by 20 percent and 60 percent respectively over the 32GB flash-SSD introduced last year.

It is expected that the new SSD’s ability to perform over conventional moving hard drive may replace it in the near future.

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