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|6th November 2008, 09:30||#1|
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SanDisk announces speedy SSD file system
This morning, we posted a story about the tweaks Microsoft plans to build into Windows 7 to improve solid-state drive performance. We now see that flash memory vendor SanDisk has announced a new file system geared specifically toward SSDs.
SanDisk claims the new ExtremeFFS "flash management system" can deliver up to a 100-fold increase in random write performance by writing sectors where it's "most convenient and efficient."
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