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    Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., the world leader in advanced semiconductor technology solutions, announced that it is now sampling its 16-gigabit(Gb) NAND flash memory with customers - the first NAND flash using 50 nanometer(nm) process technology. The first samples of this high density NAND flash memory have a multi-level cell(MLC) design with a 4Kbyte(KB) page size to enhance both its read and write features. The new 4KB page function improves the conventional 2KB paging system for MLC NAND flash to double the read speed, while increasing write performance 150%.

    By nearly doubling the overall performance of Samsung's MLC NAND, mobile consumers will enjoy faster data transfer speeds when storing or reading large data files whether they're using an external memory card, or a handset with a built-in flash solution such as Samsung's moviNAND TM.

    Early market introduction of 16Gb and higher density NAND flash memories is expected to accelerate the adoption of non-volatile memory applications such as flash-based solid state disks.

    Samsung plans to begin mass producing its 16Gb NAND flash memory in the first quarter of 2007.

    Source: Samsung


    Uhhh, solid state disk´s.... uhhh
    nunca mais começam a aparecer , isso sim é que seria mais um grande avanço.
    Última edição de Geek77 : 26-07-2007 às 15:27

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    e pensar que ha bem poucos anos não havia discos rígidos tão grandes.
    "Sábio é quem se contenta com o espetáculo do Mundo.: "

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    ui, já tinha ouvido falar mas só tinha visto isso no papel!!

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    eieieiei ate onde vamos para com tanta evolução.

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    SanDisk Corporation today introduced a 32-gigabyte (GB), 1.8-inch solid state drive (SSD) as a drop-in replacement for the standard mechanical hard disk drive. Initially aimed at enterprise users as the first step toward mass consumer adoption, SanDisk SSD offers field-proven durability to keep mobile PCs working in the toughest of conditions and improves the overall user experience.

    Previously, large capacity flash-based drives had been used primarily by the military, aerospace and telecom industries, which demanded high performance and reliability under challenging environmental conditions. But now the declining cost of NAND flash memory has made SSD a viable and economically attractive alternative to existing technologies in a wider variety of applications, including mobile PCs aimed at enterprise and consumer users.

    "This is an important milestone for SanDisk in our relentless quest to create new large-scale markets for flash storage solutions for consumers in the personal computing space," said Eli Harari, SanDisk CEO. "The 32-gigabyte SSD that we are announcing today represents the fifth generation of flash-based solid state drives developed by msystems, which we recently acquired. The 32GB SSD has been made commercially viable through SanDisk's technology leadership coupled with msystems' tremendous experience and IP, which are captured in the high-performance, low-cost system controllers that distinguish this product.

    "Once we begin shipping the 32GB SSD for notebook PCs, we expect to see its increasing adoption in the coming years as we continue to reduce the cost of flash memory. When these SSD devices become more affordable, we expect that their superior features over rotating disk drives will create a new consumer category for our retail sales channels worldwide," said Harari. It is projected that inclusion of the SanDisk 32GB SSD in a notebook PC could increase the end-user price by around $600 in the first half of 2007, he added.

    Using NAND flash enhanced by SanDisk's patented TrueFFS flash management technology, SanDisk SSD delivers two million hours mean time between failures (MTBF). With no moving parts, it does not need to spin into action or seek files in the way that conventional hard disk drives do. These characteristics, combined with SanDisk's advanced flash management technology, make it possible for SanDisk SSD to deliver excellent performance compared with hard disk drives and competing solid state drives.

    The SanDisk SSD announced today achieves a sustained read rate of 62 megabytes (MB) per second and a random read rate of 7,000 inputs/outputs per second (IOPS) for a 512-byte transfer - more than 100 times faster than most hard disk drives. Taking advantage of this performance, a laptop PC equipped with SanDisk SSD can boot Microsoft Windows Vista Enterprise in as little as 35 seconds. It also can achieve an average file access rate of 0.12 milliseconds, compared with 55 seconds and 19 milliseconds, respectively, for a laptop PC with a hard disk drive.

    Another advantage of SanDisk SSD is its extremely low power consumption rate compared to the hard disk drive: 0.4 watt during active operation versus 1.0 watt. This is particularly important to extend the battery life for the benefit of enterprise road warriors. These results enable new operating systems, such as Microsoft Vista, to provide mobile PC users with a superior overall system experience.

    "There has been a huge increase in demand for NAND flash memory over the past few years from consumer devices such as digital cameras, MP3 players and mobile phones," said Robert Gray, analyst with IDC, based in Framingham, Massachusetts. "There are dramatically higher bit capacities and lower prices, so the technology is now well positioned to be the foundation for new generations of potentially disruptive solid state drives. Enterprise mobile PC users will find the high performance and low power consumption especially attractive," he added.

    SanDisk SSD 1.8-inch 32GB solid state drive is now available for original equipment manufacturers. It is the first in a range of solutions that SanDisk will be offering to bring flash to the mainstream mobile PC market.

    Source: SanDisk


    É caso para dizer, para quando na aquapc?

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    Eu tinha lido a pouco um artigo no tomshardware sobre isto, parece ser muito jeitoso isto.

    Ter isto só para ter o Windows instalado e programas fundamentais pode dar muito mais performance, principalmente no boot e leituras.

    E um raid0 disto? se for possível lool xD


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    Quote Post Original de sox Ver Post
    Eu tinha lido a pouco um artigo no tomshardware sobre isto, parece ser muito jeitoso isto.

    Ter isto só para ter o Windows instalado e programas fundamentais pode dar muito mais performance, principalmente no boot e leituras.

    E um raid0 disto? se for possível lool xD
    Raid? Para que queres Raid num sistema equipado com este disco? Ele praticamente não falha, não tem partes móveis etc...
    Isto realmente vai ser uma revolução, mas até terem a capacidade dos discos actuais vai demorar um tempo.
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    Raid? Para que queres Raid num sistema equipado com este disco? Ele praticamente não falha, não tem partes móveis etc...
    Isto realmente vai ser uma revolução, mas até terem a capacidade dos discos actuais vai demorar um tempo.
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    para que quer um raid?

    para o memso que agora, praticamente duplicar a velocidade de transmissão....

    é para que setem raid 0 hoje em dia, pelo menos comigo é assim para carregar coisas pesadas ou trans de ficheirosd
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    Raid? Para que queres Raid num sistema equipado com este disco? Ele praticamente não falha, não tem partes móveis etc...
    Isto realmente vai ser uma revolução, mas até terem a capacidade dos discos actuais vai demorar um tempo.
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    não confundas raid1 com raid0

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    Taipei, Taiwan ~ PQI, the leader in industrial storage solutions has just released two new products to start the new year. PQI's Turbo SATA DOM and Turbo SATA Solid State Disk (SSD) 2.5" 64GB both are PQI patented. The application of SATA technology and specially designed clip-on connector on SATA DOMs provide stability and prevent connectors detaching unexpectedly. The implementation of SATA interface on industrial storage is a world's first. Another breakthrough is the maximum capacity of 64GB on Turbo SATA SSD 2.5" drives. If you are looking for fast and large capacity industrial solutions, PQI's got them!



    PQI DiskOnModule Manager, Bob Chu states, "With flash storage technology catching up to traditional disc platter storage devices and motherboard designs being more compact than ever, most IDE connectors have been replaced by the smaller and faster SATA interfaces. At the same time, available spaces for device(s) have been reduced dramatically and hence, SATA DOM was developed. SATA interface takes up less space and provide faster transfer rate (up to 100MB/sec) than IDE connectors and maximum SATA DOM capacities will likely reach 128GB in 2007.

    Apart from the benefits of clip-on feature of Turbo SATA DOM, the SATA connector is designed directionally. Meeting the needs of current motherboard SATA connectors, as they are closely packed together, PQI Turbo SATA DOM is actually available in 2 flavors - left and right directional designs. The left and right directional placement design allows motherboard SATA connectors to be fully populated without interference.

    its comming

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    Esses discos em computadores portáteis deem ser realmente úteis!

    Têm quase apenas metade do tamanho, muito menos consume enerético.. E pela maneira de como crescem... Mais capacidade!

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    aleluia! adeus discos duros.

    ao tempo que me interrogo porque raio ainda usamos discos duros, parece que tudo evolui e os discos ficam na mesma, ainda fomos brindados com SATA e tal mas mesmo assim...

    isto é muito bem vindo, mas... e os preços?

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    Boas!

    500-600€
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    600 dólares para a versão de 32GB O_O

    quanto custara a de 64? ou até mesmo a de 128?

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    dakia um ano ou dois compramos os de 32 a 50€
    deixem.nos pousar...
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    Boas!
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    deixem.nos pousar...
    Tal qual.
    Entretanto, vão pensando em usar o ReadyBoost do Vista.
    Lá em cima há planícies sem fim; Há estrelas que parecem correr; Há o Sol e há dia a nascer;
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    sim, lembrem-se que estao a esses precos porque esses discos sao fabricados em quantidade muito mas muito limitada. Tou a ver que finalmente andaram para a frente com um novo tipo de discos. Vamos la ver isso a bulir forte e feio, farto destes calhamassos.

    Mais semana menos semana deve haver 1 fanatico a fazer review's disso, tou para ver

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    ASSIM SIM

    ja tinha ouvido falar nestes discos!
    sao bem pequenos! ruido? zero! aquecimento? zero! tempo de resposta? quaze nulo! querem melhor?
    em duas palavras... maravilha! lol

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