Larger and faster: Toshiba upgrades its SSDs • HWzone

Larger and faster: Toshiba is upgrading its SSDs

The three-dimensional BiCS chips enable Toshiba to offer us drives Fast in M.2 configuration with up to 2 terabyte volume

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The chip stabilization arm of the company May be in the midst of moving into new hands, but above the surface it seems that we continue to get stubborn signs that everything is working normally - as Japanese company launches drives Updated and enhanced XG5 family, which will be named XG5-P.

The new models will contain the same controller Self-developed Toshiba and those 3D memories In the structure of 64 layers, although improvements to the firmware, to the production process and to realize the potential that the combination of cattle and memories will allow them to provide More Competitive - With 1TB and 2 terabytes in M.2 one-sided Selling 80 millimeter length, with Built-in fast cache and a very high power efficiency guarantee that will make them very effective for mobile systems integration.

BiCS 'technology Continues to shine, despite all the troubles surrounding it

The XG5-P duo will enjoy maximum continuous read speeds of up to 3 GB per second, along with continuous 2.1 GB write speeds per second, support for encrypting the information on the TCG Opal 2.0 standard in specific sub-models - and random performance With small 4 files up to 320,000IOPS read and up to 265,000IOPS in writing. Not much like the top NVMe drives from home - but also not far away.

The original XG5 models were very relevant to systems based on And need every possible energy saving - let's hope the XG5-P models won't disappoint in this regard either

The official prices of the XG5-P models are not yet known, mainly because these are drives designed for marketing to manufacturers and computer makers rather than home end consumers - but we lovingly accept any addition to the competition in this prestigious market, especially at the level Modern and uncompromising.

Computers And stationary with complex volumes Of terabytes and above will become more accessible and cheaper thanks to it?


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