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Old 2nd May 2012, 18:52   #1
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HGST to demo SAS-12Gb/s SSDs

Serious speed for enterprise users.

http://www.bit-tech.net/news/hardwar...s-12gbps-ssd/1
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Old 3rd May 2012, 02:09   #2
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hmmm im assuming performance on this level wont be available to us mere mortals in the near future
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I wish they would make 12GB/s SAS DDR3 drive instead in 64GB+ capacity.
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Since when 12Gb/s equals 4.8GB/s (as stated in the third paragraph)?
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Since when 12Gb/s equals 4.8GB/s (as stated in the third paragraph)?
Don't look at me - those figures are direct from Hitachi. You and I both know that 12Gb/s = 1.5GB/s, but Hitachi reckons its demo will be running at 4.8GB/s and I don't have enough details to claim otherwise.

I'll be watching to see what they're actually showing off on the 9th, though...
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Old 5th May 2012, 13:16   #6
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It could be like the Revodrives with multi RAID SSD's, that'd saturate that connection...
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Since when 12Gb/s equals 4.8GB/s (as stated in the third paragraph)?
Don't look at me - those figures are direct from Hitachi. You and I both know that 12Gb/s = 1.5GB/s, but Hitachi reckons its demo will be running at 4.8GB/s and I don't have enough details to claim otherwise.

I'll be watching to see what they're actually showing off on the 9th, though...
If there's no surprise, 4.8GB/s should refer to 2x lanes bi-directional aggregation with 12Gb/s data rate each lane, each direction (TX or RX).
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