ADATA releases new SSD lines

ADATA releases new SSD lines

The popular Taiwanese maker of memory and solid-state drives ADATA has released two new SSD lines that will be known as Premier Pro SP910 and Premier Pro SP900 M.2.

The Premier Pro SP910 line includes 2.5-inch SSDs that fully support SATA 3.0. The line offers drives that range in capacity from 128 GB to 1 TB and is powered by Marvell 88SS9187 memory controllers. The drives in the line reach 560 MB/sec of read speed and 460 MB/sec of write speed. In addition to that all of them come with a special adapter that will allow them to be installed in regular PCs. As to IOPS the drives in the line reach 91 000 IOPS when reading and 77 000 IOPS when writing.

The second line makes use of the M.2 form factor and provides SSDs with capacities of 128 GB, 256 GB and 512 GB. It is based on LSI SF-2281 controllers and drives that belong to this line can be installed in ultrabooks or regular PCs. The drives offer 550 MB/sec of read speed and 530 MB/sec when writing. The line also supports Intel Smart Response technology. Both company products also arrive with various software programs that the end user may find interesting enough to use.

No word on pricing though.

Source: ADATA

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