The TR200 is another new generation product that is expected to contribute to increased competitiveness in the storage world
As it continues to seek the right buyer for its chip manufacturing division, Toshiba is trying to present business as usual to all its potential customers, launching the brand's new TR200 series of drives OCZ, Which will replace the TR100 and TR150 models with (how not) new 3-D TLC chips.
Third-generation BiCS chips in 64 multi-layer structures will give us 240 gigabytes, 480 gigabytes, and 960 gigabytes in standard 2.5-1 configurations with a SATA III connector,SSD Toshiba 's first designed for the home market and includes Memories This technology.
In terms of performance itself, Toshiba declares fairly promising data with continuous speeds of up to 550 megabytes per second in read up to 525 megabytes per second in writing, as well as up to 80,000IOPS in random work with small 4 files in read and up to 87,000IOPS in states Along with three-year warranty (with total write volumes of 60 GB for 240 GB, 120 GB for 480 GB and 240 GB for 960 GB Of storage).
Like most of Toshiba's bookcases, even those of the TR200 series will be based on a controller SSD With a DRAM-free array but with a heavy-duty cache that simulates the use of SLC chips for increased performance in short bursts. There will also be support for DevSLP technology for significant energy savings in a situation where the drive is not in direct use, making the products suitable for both desktop and computer use Mobile Where battery life is a critical feature.
We still do not know how much these new offers will cost us, but as with any 3D drive NAND No other DRAM - hope for something that will surprise us, with less than 30 cents per gigabyte of storage, For example.