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Toshiba Developing High-Density 1TB SSD

February 14th, 2010 02:29 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

MojoKid writes “A new partnership between Toshiba and Tokyo’s Keio University has led to the creation of a new technology that could allow SSDs up to 1TB in size to be made "with a footprint no larger than a postage stamp." The report states that the two have been able to integrate 128GB NAND Flash chips and a single controller into a stamp-sized form factor. They’ve even made it operational with a transfer rates of 2Gbps (or about 250MB/sec) with data transfer that relies on radio communication.”

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