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Wednesday, 18 July 2012 10:52

Super Talent announces new SuperNova SATA III SSDs

Written by Slobodan Simic

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In 128GB and 256GB capacities


Super Talent has announced a new line of SATA III SSDs, the Super Talent SuperNova. Aimed at the business market, SuperNova SSDs will be available in 128 and 256GB capcities.

Although it has not announced any details regarding the new SuperNova lineup in its official press release, Super Talent did note that SuperNova features high transfer speeds and "the most secure encryption" on the planet, as well as the proprietary RAISE technology that virtually eliminates unrecoverable read errors.

After some digging around we managed to find that SuperNova is based on Sandforce SF-2200 controller paired up with ONFI Synchronous MLC NAND chips that should provide enterprise level of reliability. The sequential performance is set at 555MB/s read and 525MB/s for write while random 4K performance is at 90K IOPS read and 85K IOPS write, for both 128 and 256GB models.

The new SuperNova SSDs should be shipping as of now and will be backed by a 3-year warranty.

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