OCZ has boosted the speed and doubled the capacity of its solid state Z-Drive as well as making it upgradable with interchangeable NAND modules. The existing Z-Drive 1 is a PCI-e connected 256GB-1TB solid state drive (SSD) with good performance: up to 800GB/sec read, 750GB/sec write and a 500MB/sec sustained write speed for the …
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The units seem to be jumping around an awful lot -
800GB/sec read, 750GB/sec write and a 500MB/sec sustained
up to 1.3GB/sec read, up to 1GB/sec write and up to 550GB/sec sustained writes.
Hotswappable Flash Modules are BRILLIANT!
...because every IT manager wants to stick his hand inside of a powered server trying to yank out two-inch-long chips. No, that's not looking to cause damage to the server or worse yet get electrocuted AT ALL. Health Insurance much?
Agreed its a bit beyond the engineering competence of most IT Managers. I think you'll find your chances of getting electrocuted are rather greater doing the ironing than changing a component in a PC, most of the voltages are extremely low.
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