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A-DATA Introduces SSD RAID

Category: Manufacturers, Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: January 1, 2009 08:55PM
Author: gebraset

A-DATA, the company that have brought consumers with all sorts of tech products to aid their computing needs, will be launching a product that allows solid state disk drives to be used in seven support RAID models. The company claims that a user who has two or more SSDs can use then in JBOD, RAID 0, RAID 1, Span, SADE33, SAFE50, or GUI, all with one click of a switch. This will allow owners of SSD drives to experience even faster speeds than they have with the new RAID setup, and the hardware that A-DATA is releasing for this to happen mounts to a 3.5-inch slot, just as a regular hard drive does. Both versions will be available around the first-quarter of this year, and the version that does not include RAID will run about $30, while the enclosure that features RAID functionality will cost around $60.



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