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OCZ unveils latest SSD

OCZ has announced the latest addition to its SSD line. The new Agility 4 series uses the Indilinx Everest 2 controller which was first introduced in the flagship Vertex 4 SSD line.
 
OCZ promises that the Agility 4 is able to deliver consistent data transfer rates of up to 400 MB/s and up to 85,000 random write IOPS. The new controller promises twice the transactional performance of first-generation Everest controllers. The new controller also allows the Agility 4 series to provide users with superior endurance and reliability without needing to compress internal data. 
 
The dual-core controller architecture takes advantage of advanced ECC, dynamic wear leveling, auto encryption, and features Indilinx Ndurance 2.0 technology. That technology is able to overcome the manufacturers rated program and erase cycle specifications on the NAND flash memory chips inside the storage device.
 
“For mainstream storage applications, there is no product better suited in the industry than our Agility 4 SSDs, providing the ultimate in access speed, application performance, endurance and reliability, at price points that most cost-conscious users will find appealing,” said Ryan Petersen, CEO of OCZ Technology.  “As mobile users and applications continue to grow, adding to the deluge of data being generated on a daily basis, our Agility 4 SSD series provide great IOPS performance at a reasonable price enabling the user experience to be heightened especially for video streaming, music, photos, gaming, and online transaction processing (OLTP).”
 
The Agility 4 will be offered in capacities of 64 GB up to 512 GB. The access latency promises to be as low as 0.02 ms. The SSD is available now with prices of around $600 for the highest capacity model.

Source: OCZ





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