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  1. The main use cases for the new Ultrastar SS300 drives are virtualized storage systems, databases, and private and hybrid cloud environments. The drive come in capacities up to 7.68TB, enabling customer to consolidate their data centers a bit and get the same data in a smaller footprint. Not only does the new drive have high random performance and high capacity, it is also offered in several endurance classes and power settings (high power consumption for more performance and lower for energy savings). The levels of variety give OEMs lots of flexibility as they create data center gear. WDC Announces HGST Ultrastar SAS SS300 SSD
  2. I've been looking online for various SSDs, and I was leaning in favor of the Micron MX100 (for obvious reasons - price:performance). Anyways, a quick check and I found something else of interest: http://www.ebay.com/itm/331352229879?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649 Is this a good deal? It is somewhat more expensive but you get eMLC, and real power loss protection (the Micron drive is not complete enterprise level power loss protection). The seller claims that they are new drives as well.
  3. The Samsung 845DC EVO SSD is an entry-enterprise drive that delivers consistent high-performance and low-latency in virtually every category. This, in addition to its enterprise feature set and low cost, make it a very attractive option for read-heavy data centers looking to deliver applications reliably with the lowest possible TCO. Samsung SSD 845DC EVO Review
  4. The Seagate 1200 enterprise SSD performed well in database application benchmarks and demonstrates Seagate's ability to manufacture and distribute a competent enterprise SSD. Seagate 1200 Enterprise SSD Review
  5. The Toshiba PX02SS is a 2.5-inch enterprise SSD designed for transaction-intensive workloads including OLTP database applications and features a dual-port 12Gb/s SAS3 interface. The PX02SS and is available in 100GB, 200GB, 400GB, and 800GB capacities and offers notable write endurance among its class due to an overprovisioned Toshiba 24nm eMLC architecture. The Toshiba PX02SS is specified for 5.48PB total bytes written for the 100GB edition up to 43.8PB TBW for the 800GB SSD. Toshiba PX02SS Enterprise SSD Review
  6. When we originally reviewed the HGST Ultrastar SSD800MM, at the time we were limited to showing SAS 6Gb/s performance in our primary enterprise testing platforms. Though we did run a synthetic data performance data at 12Gb/s using a custom cable harness, it didn't follow our standard protocol of testing on enterprise-ready platforms and hardware. The results represented more of a technology preview than an actual performance review. Now with the Supermicro SuperStorage Server AR24NV SAS3 certified platform, we’ll be able to capture real world results of this and future SAS3 drives. HGST Ultrastar SSD800MM SAS3 Enterprise SSD Review
  7. The Optimus Eco uses SanDisk’s Guardian Technology Platform to improve the performance characteristics for 19nm multi-level cell (MLC) flash in order to suit read-intensive application workloads in capacities of 400GB, 800GB, 1.6TB, and 2TB. SanDisk Optimus Eco 400GB SAS SSD Review
  8. Toshiba America has announced the HK3R, an enterprise SSD with 2.5-inch form factor and a 6Gb/s SATA interface integrated with Toshiba 19nm NAND flash for high-quality performance and reliability. The HK3R eSSD is optimized for read-intensive applications including read-caching, error logging, boot, and low-duty storage applications that require power-loss-protection as well as end-to-end data protection features. Toshiba HK3R 2.5-Inch Enterprise SSD Announced
  9. OCZ Technology has introduced its next-generation Intrepid 3000 Series of enterprise-class SATA III-based SSDs with what the company calls the industry’s best sustained performance and consistent I/O responses. The new series takes advantage of the Everest 2 Platform, which is a combination of the Marvell 88SS9187 controller and OCZ’s proprietary firmware, featuring advanced flash management and endurance capabilities that extend NAND flash life and enhance drive reliability. OCZ Intrepid 3000 Series Enterprise SSDs Announced
  10. Toshiba has rolled out a new read-centric enterprise SSD based on their 19nm NAND. Toshiba PX03SN Enterprise SSD Announced