Solid state DDR drive goes into prototype

A firm is readying a solid state disk drive aimed at the computer enthusiast and likely to be released this quarter. The DDR Drive X1 is a PCI Express based plug in card with 8GB of capacity, and bootable. According to sources close to the firm, the drive will have a custom and upgradeable high performance DMA Engine, an external power jack with a switching AC adaptor, and will go into a 512 unit initial production run.


News source: The Inq

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