Enterprise SSD solutions that incorporate eMLC NAND memory are an area of active innovation with a variety of players bringing solutions to market. PureSi is looking to carve out an eMLC niche with its new Kage K1, a 2.5-inch SATA 3.0 SSD that will be offered in a variety of capacities from 50GB to 400GB. We've been putting a 200GB Kage K1 through its paces for a few weeks in order to see how PureSi's eMLC solution stacks up to comparables from incumbents Hitachi, Intel, and Samsung.
PureSilicon Kage K1 Enterprise SSD Review
PureSilicon Kage K1 Enterprise SSD Review Discussion
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