BiTMICRO Launches New MAXio E-Series of PCIe Family of Solid State Drives

I’ve taken a look at a lots SSDs, the regular ones, but never a PCIE one, but I think I’d like to as I’d like to see how they perform. On that note BiTMICRO has just announced the MAXio E-Series or PCIE SSDs with capacities from 1.5tb up to 6tb. All the details below for you..

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BiTMICRO® Networks, Inc. today announced MAXioTM E-Series PCIe solid state drives (SSDs). Powered by BiTMICRO’s patentedTalino™ ASIC Architecture, the new MAXio E-Series SSD delivers superior capacity, performance and reliability for companies that need to support high volume application workloads.

BiTMICRO MAXio E-Series SSDs are based on the company’s industry proven Talino ASIC Architecture which is used by strategic partners including RunCore, one of the largest manufacturers and suppliers of solid state products and solutions in China. “BiTMICRO has developed a truly revolutionary architecture that is very high performance, but also high capacity to meet the burgeoning application demands of our customers in China and around the globe,” said Limuel Yap, Vice President, Technical and Business Development, RunCore. “It changes the way people think and address their enterprise storage requirements.”

The MAXio™ E-Series SSD delivers an optimum mix of capacity, performance and reliability. It is an ideal solution for enterprise applications with heavy load demands including video-on-demand, video streaming, online transaction processing, non-linear editing, gaming, file servers, web applications and cloud services.

“Combining some state of the art controller technology with some out of the box firmware innovation, BiTMICRO looks to be setting a new bar for capacity silicon with blazing speed,” said Jon Toigo, Managing Principal Toigo Partners International and Chairman, Data Management Institute. “In a crowded SSD market, this product is definitely worth a look.”  

Key features of BiTMICRO MAXio E-Series PCIe SSDs include:

· High Capacity: MAXio E-Series SSDs incorporate a Split-ASIC architecture utilizing BiTMICRO designed Talino ASIC and BiTMICRO FBX flash expansion ASIC. MAXio E-Series SSD capacities are from 1.5TB  to 6TB.

· MAXio E-Series SSD Capacity and Performance balance: The MAXio E-Series PCIe SSD is designed for ideal performance in read-intensive applications. MAXio SSD’s flash controller optimizes flash, performance and scalability.

· Dynamic Wear Leveling: The usable life of MAXio SSDs, with dynamic wear leveling managing the usability of the drive’s flash chips is up to 5 years.

· Easy-to-use SSD Management Tool: DriveLight™ Management Software allows users to easily change drive settings for optimal use.

“For years we have proven the value of our SSD technology in high-demand military and industrial computing environments such as air and space, military systems and mobile industrial solutions,” said Zophar Sante, Vice President of Worldwide Marketing and Sales, BiTMICRO. “Now we are bringing this expertise to enterprise and mid-market customers. With MAXio E-Series SSDs, organizations of every size can achieve faster storage performance, greater reliability and true business availability.”

BiTMICRO MAXio E-Series SSDs are available now with pricing starting at $3.99/GB.

For more information, please visit: http://bitmicro.com/

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