ATTO is normally what manuf use to report resualts - They love it as it provides higher resualts than AS SSD.
ATTO is a HDD benchmark, it uses Data that is Highly compressable. Unfornatunatly this does not reflect real usage as most data/files on an OS + Program lean mort toward being uncompressable. SFxx based SSDs love Highly compressable data, Howver their performance drops when data that is NOT readaly compressable. AS SSD uses data that Does NOT compress, hense lower score for say a vertex 3.
Bottom Line is do NOT put a lot of stock in Benchmark vs real life performance. There are some benchmarks that are more realistic such as PC Mark vantage which is based on performance using real programs. AS SSD comes closeer than ATTO.
Bottom Line, ans to question "does this mean ...." - Absolutly NOT.