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Old 21st June 2008, 11:59   #1
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Default Mtron Reveals Next Generation 260MB/S SSD Controller Technology

Mtron Storage Technology Co., Ltd. (KOSDAQ:046320), a manufacturer of Solid State Drive (SSD) in South Korea, announced today that they were going to reveal new 260MB/s SSD controller technology at 'World IT Show 2008' and OECD Ministerial Meeting on the Future of the Internet Economy in Seoul, Korea from June 18 to 20. Mtron also added that they would launch new SSD products equipped with the new controller technology in early 2009.

Improved from current 4-channel system with the maximum read/write speed of 130/120MB/s, Mtronís next generation controller technology provides an outstanding performance based on its 8-channel system with the maximum read/write speed of 260/240MB/s (based on SLC) and random write IOPS 8,000(4KB). It is twice faster than current controllers and the fastest speed in the current SSD market by far.

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So is this next generation controller something internal to the disk package or something that external like a card?
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Internally. Improved PCB
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Is this number of channels the same type as in the ioDrive?
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