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August 18, 2014

BiTMICRO Debuts MAXio E-Series SSDs

BiTMICRO (News - Alert), a developer of flash-based SSD (solid state drive) technology, stated its newly released MAXio E-Series SSDs leverage the Talino ASIC architecture to deliver high capacity, high performance and improved reliability.

These features make the solution ideal for supporting high volume application workloads such as non-linear editing, gaming, file servers, web applications and cloud services. The Talino ASIC Architecture is termed as a unique offering that is specifically designed to cater to the burgeoning application demands and enterprise storage requirements.

BiTMICRO asserted that its new MAXio SSDs is capable of not only meeting the ideal performance for a variety of application workloads, but it also ensures lower operational expenses. These SSDs can be used instead of upgrading existing enterprise servers and infrastructures.

The SSDs are packed with proprietary flash controller along with an easy to use SSD management tool. Its capacity is up to 3TB raw flash and supports a wide range of operating systems and can work on operational temperature ranging from 0 to 70 degree Celsius.

Another notable feature of the MAXio SSDs is the ‘dynamic wear leveling’ which is said to be the usable life of MAXio SSDs, with dynamic wear leveling managing the usability of the drive’s flash chips is up to 5 years.

Additionally, the MAXio E-Series SSDs can ensure data integrity with Full Data Path Protection technology, from the moment data arrives at the host interface until it is stored on the NAND flash chips.

Zophar Sante, vice president of worldwide marketing and sales at BiTMICRO commented, “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. 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.”

Edited by Maurice Nagle

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