ADATA debuts 2 TB solid-state drive

ADATA debuts 2 TB solid-state drive

The famous Taiwanese maker of computer memory and solid-state drives ADATA has presented a new company product that is known as SR1020. The device is a solid-state drive but there’s more to it – it comes with the large capacity of 2 TB. The ADATA SR1020 line will be the company’s newest flagship product and will also include models with capacities lower than 2 TB.

The new line targets corporate customers and comes in the usual 2.5-inch form factor. The drives feature the latest SATA-Express interface and make use of an integrated LSI SandForce SF-3739 memory controller. ADATA says the drives reach 1800 MB/sec of data transfer speed when reading and then 150 000 IOPS when operating. They also support S.M.A.R.T, TRIM, NCQ, AHCI and other technologies, which is hardly surprising nowadays.

Source: ADATA

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