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SAMSUNG Introduces 1.8” 64GB Flash-based Solid State Drive - PCstats.com SAMSUNG Introduces 1.8” 64GB Flash-based Solid State Drive
Fri, March 30 2007 | 4:13PM | PermaLink Feedback?
PCSTATS.comSamsung Electronics announced at its annual Mobile Solution Forum in Taipei that it has developed a 1.8"-type 64 Gigabyte (GB) flash-solid state drive (SSD). The new flash-SSD is based on an eight gigabit (Gb) single-level-cell (SLC) NAND, which provides significantly higher performance over conventional SSDs.

The read and write performance of the new SLC flash-SSD have been increased by 20 percent and 60 percent respectively over the 32GB flash-SSD Samsung introduced last year, meaning that the new SSD's ability to outperform conventional rotating-media hard drives is even greater than had been anticipated. Samsung plans to start mass production of the 1.8"-type 64GB flash-SSD in the second quarter of this year.

Samsung's continued nano-technology migration is a key enabling factor in the continued market segmentation for storage media. Besides the use of the 64 GB flash-SSD for notebook PCs, 8~16GB flash-SSDs will become viable solutions for use in personal navigation systems and digital camcorders, as will and hundred GB-level flash-SSDs for use in the server market.

The flash-SSD, a drop-in replacement for a hard disk drive, is a secure and reliable means of storing personal or work-related data. It uses instantly-accessible, non-moving NAND flash memory instead of the noisier, power-hungry, jarring-sensitive rotating disc found in conventional hard drives, allowing it to upload and download data quickly and quietly with minimal power consumption.

The SSD market is expected to reach US$6.8 billion by 2010 - an impressive compound annual growth rate of over 200 percent.
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