Toshiba intros new enterprise-oriented SSDs and HDDs

Toshiba presents a new family of 2.5-inch enterprise-class solid state drives and also a high capacity 3.5-inch line of HDD.

The new MK x001GRZB SSD series use the latest 32 nanometer (nm) enterprise grade single-level cell (SLC) NAND flash memory and have a 6Gb/sec Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) interface. The drives  offer read and write speeds of 510 MB/s and 230 MB/s, and random sustained 90,000 read IOPS and 17,000 write IOPS. The new series will be available in 100GB, 200GB and 400GB capacities starting first quarter of 2011.

Toshiba MKx001GRZB series SSDs

Toshiba also announced a new high capacity 3.5-inch MK x001TRKB and MKx002TSKB series HDDs, which have aSAS 6.0 Gbps / SATA 3.0 Gbps interface. The drives also features 7,200rpm platter speed, 16MB/64MB buffer, Error Correction (ECC), Rotational Vibration (RV) compensation technology for multi-drive systems, and enhanced power condition state technology. They will will start shipping in Q1 2011 1TB or 2TB capacity.

Toshiba MK2001TRKB HDD and MK4001GRZB SDD

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