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Tuesday, 21 June 2011 17:12

OCZ launches its Deneva 2 SSD

Written by Slobodan Simic
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For enterprise market
OCZ has announced its second edition of the Deneva series SSDs aimed at the enterprise market. The drives feature a Sandforce SF-2000 series controller in combination with eMLC NAND flash chips.

The new OCZ Deneva 2 SSDs will be available in 1.8-inch, 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch form factors and are capable of reaching speeds of up to 550MB/s and 80,000 IOPS for 4k random write performance. OCZ also noted that the Deneva 2 SSDs can be customized and come in a wide variety of interface options including PCIe.

Unfortunately, OCZ didn't shed any light on the price or the availability date but due to the wide option of customization and wide variety of models we are looking at a wide price range.

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Last modified on Tuesday, 21 June 2011 20:04
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+2 #1 crackerz 2011-06-21 20:40
eMLC - enterprize grade Multi-Level Cell.. why? instead try to reduce the SLC price and you've got same result with higher speed and much higher reliability

P.S. Just my opinion
 
 
+2 #2 Ferdinand 2011-06-22 08:19
Quoting crackerz:
eMLC - enterprize grade Multi-Level Cell.. why? instead try to reduce the SLC price and you've got same result with higher speed and much higher reliability

You want to double the price per GB. Increase speed by 10%. And have a reliability so high that the company will cease to exist before the ssd fails.
 
 
+2 #3 crackerz 2011-06-22 09:29
Quoting Ferdinand:
You want to double the price per GB. Increase speed by 10%. And have a reliability so high that the company will cease to exist before the ssd fails.



You want some cheapy sh*t that have a label of enterprise, the price of enterprise and they are not enterprise at all?
 
 
+2 #4 Memristor 2011-06-22 13:10
Quoting crackerz:
Quoting Ferdinand:
You want to double the price per GB. Increase speed by 10%. And have a reliability so high that the company will cease to exist before the ssd fails.



You want some cheapy sh*t that have a label of enterprise, the price of enterprise and they are not enterprise at all?

What are you talking about. No magnetic disk comes even close to the lifespan of this drive. The Sandforce controller offers wear leveling which extends the life of eMLC NAND significantly and many other security features not found in any other disk.
 
 
+1 #5 crackerz 2011-06-22 13:41
Quoting Memristor:
What are you talking about. No magnetic disk comes even close to the lifespan of this drive. The Sandforce controller offers wear leveling which extends the life of eMLC NAND significantly and many other security features not found in any other disk.


Try doing 100 defrags to an MLC nand drive or eMLC or whetever MLC nand you want and come back to tell me the result, why doing defrag? ..to have better recovery if it needed to (No one can deny that defragmenting an SSD is VITAL if the recovery is a MUST)
 
 
+2 #6 Ferdinand 2011-06-22 13:45
Quoting crackerz:
Quoting Memristor:
What are you talking about. No magnetic disk comes even close to the lifespan of this drive. The Sandforce controller offers wear leveling which extends the life of eMLC NAND significantly and many other security features not found in any other disk.


Try doing 100 defrags to an MLC nand drive or eMLC or whetever MLC nand you want and come back to tell me the result, why doing defrag? ..to have better recovery if it needed to (No one can deny that defragmenting an SSD is VITAL if the recovery is a MUST)

Consumer SSD's already use something like RAID5. Enterprise SSD's go 10 times further. I think you don't have to worry about defragging/destroying your enterprise SSD.
 
 
+1 #7 crackerz 2011-06-23 00:13
Quoting Ferdinand:
Consumer SSD's already use something like RAID5. Enterprise SSD's go 10 times further. I think you don't have to worry about defragging/destroying your enterprise SSD.


SSD are created to avoid raid ..so if you put a RAID 5 as you say you need XXXX multiple x4 ..not very convinient(tons of money compared to 15k server HDD's)

BTW TRIM is not supported on raid, so over time the SSD would perform like crap even on RAID5 and in servers you don't do a format often so imagine after a week or so the ssd's writing/reading tons of data.. performance? 100MB/s read/write haahahahah
 

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