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Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of NAND flash storage solutions and DRAM memory modules, has announced its Super Hybrid drives for enterprise and desktop consumers. The hybrid storage solution integrate a 3.5” hard disk drive with a large solid-state drive and come with PCI Express interface to provide ultimate performance.

The Super Hybrid is a proprietary custom-built group of solid-state drives and an hard disk drives combined together that is connected to a system through a PCIe slot. This new product supports sequential read and write speeds of up to 800MB/s with a cache of 192GB. Initially, STT will offer Super Hybrid solutions with 1.2TB (PP4192C12H) and 2.2TB (PP4192C23H) capacities, e.g., with 1TB and 2TB 3.5” hard drives and 192GB solid-state cache.

STT’s Super Hybrid product line is the solution for high performance storage at a relatively low cost. While SSDs are very fast, they are currently limited by storage space. By combining SSD with a hard drive, Super Talent is able to bring great performance with large storage space to the market at a competitive price.

The drives come pre-installed with the Marvell Storage Utility and allows plug and play usage right away. Not only can these drives be used for NAS and servers, but desktop users can take advantage of the large storage space and impressive speeds as well.


Tags: Super Talent, SSD, HDD, PCIe, NAND, Flash, SuperTalent


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