RevoDrive PCI-Express SSD Released By OCZ Technology

OCZ Technology RevoDriveThe leading provider of high-performance solid state drives for computing devices and systems, OCZ Technology Group, announced the release of the innovative storage solution that focuses on performance and value, the RevoDrive PCI-Express Solid State Drive.

The OCZ RevoDrive comes with the PCI-Express interface in order to deliver extreme speeds such as 500 megabytes per second, and random small file writes up to 80,000 IOPS, which is twice the speed of the normal consumer Solid-State Drives. The RevoDrive promotes a faster PC Experience compared to normal SSDs and Hard-Drives.

CEO of the OCZ Technology Group, Ryan Petersen, said that the RevoDrive is the first PCI Express Solid-State Drive that delivers both performance and affordability and radically alters the SSD landscape. He also said that up to this point PCI Express Solid-State Drives have been reserved for enterprise application and priced out of the range of many consumers, and that the bootable RevoDrive SSD changes the game by delivering a PCI Express based solution that costs as low as three dollars per gigabyte, exceptional small file write IOPS of over 80.000, which is the most available in any low-cost solution.

The OCZ Technology RevoDrive will be available in 120GB and 240GB capacities at the price of $389 and $699.

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