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AMP Inc Launches Line of SATAsfaction SSDs

Santa Ana, California-based Accelerated Memory Production (AMP) Inc. is developing a new family of Sandforce SATA-II 2.5-inch solid state drives (SSDs) for server and mobile use. Dubbed as the "SATAsfaction" SSDs, the drives will come in both SLC and MLC versions, and will range between 32GB and 256 GB storage capacities.

According to Tech Connect Magazine, the new line features a SATA 3.0 Gbps interface, 32 and 64 MB of buffer memory, native Command Queuing support, and built-in 12 byte per sector ECC and EDC to ensure error-free transactions. The drives will also deliver a maximum read speed of 260MB/s, and write speeds of up to 150MB/s.

"Data protection makes the SATA-II SSD an ideal storage solution for the server, embedded defense and mobile environment," AMP Inc's Linda Deming told Benchmark Reviews. "Due to its non-mechanical nature it has higher shock resistance and lower access time than a traditional rotating hard disk."

The SATAsfaction line also supports Trim, PIO, UMDA-6, advanced power management, and more. So far pricing and availability hasn't been set, however consumers should expect to pay hefty prices for the SLD NAND versions when they become available.

  • jonpaul37
    Yeah, but will be at SATAsfactory prices? My guess is no...
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  • SLC NAND you mean. Typo.
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  • dman3k
    The irony is most of the used memory will be pr0n.
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  • donovands
    Yet another brand of expensive SSDs? I can't get no SATAsfaction.
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  • apache_lives
    why so many brands blaarrggg I DONT TRUST YOUR PRODUCTS LITTLE BRAND
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  • Gin Fushicho
    the only "SATAsfaction" I want is rices.
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  • blasterth
    built-in 12 byte per sector ECC and EDC to ensure error-free transactions
    Error-free is impossible!
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  • alextheblue
    dman3kThe irony is most of the used memory will be pr0n.Is that ironic, or just hilarious?
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  • matt87_50
    best name ever
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  • td854
    If they're a new line of products why don't they have SATA III?
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