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Toshiba Memory Corporation to Deliver Value SAS SSDs Targeting SATA  - PCSTATS.com Toshiba Memory Corporation to Deliver Value SAS SSDs Targeting SATA
Thu, Jun 28 2018 | 10:57AM | Filed under: Hard Drives/SSD| PermaLink Posted by: STAFF

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Toshiba Memory Europe (TME), European subsidiary of Toshiba Memory Corporation, unveiled today a new, game-changing category of SAS SSDs expected to replace SATA SSDs in server applications. The RM5 12Gbit/s value SAS (vSAS) series features capacity, performance, reliability, and manageability and data security advantages – at a price that obsoletes SATA SSDs.

A homogeneous SAS environment has long been the gold standard for enterprise server and storage systems. With vertical integration expertise in flash technology, firmware and controller design, Toshiba Memory Corporation leveraged its leading position as the world’s leading[1] SAS SSD line optimising RM5 to close the cost gap with SATA – and usher in a new class of SSDs. SATA simply cannot compete with SAS, falling well short in terms of performance, robustness, and encryption options.

“Designed with affordability and server applications in mind, the Toshiba RM5 vSAS series seeks to provide a cost effective and much higher performing solution to overcome the bottlenecks that are inherent with SATA today,” Comments Paul Rowan, General Manager for the SSD unit at Toshiba Memory Europe.

Where SATA drives often use SAS expanders to scale out, the RM5 enables the use of native SAS from end-to-end, eliminating the need for protocol translation to SATA. Customers can now take full advantage of SAS’s richer feature set and realise performance throughput superiority over SATA.

Featuring Toshiba Memory Corporation’s BiCS FLASH TLC (3-bit-per-cell) 3D flash memory, the RM5 series will initially be available in capacities up to 7.68TB[2] with a single 12Gbit/s port, SFF-8639 connector and in a 2.5-inch form factor. Sample shipments to OEM customers started in limited quantities, and Toshiba will gradually increase shipments from the third calendar quarter of 2018.

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