Old 25-06-2012   #1
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Seagate's SSDs to be powered by DensBit's Memory Modem controller

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Old 26-06-2012   #2
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Thanks Whappo, great find, I'll try to find some time to write a newspost about it for the frontpage
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Seagate found this controller in Isreal, they originally developed this controller for the military and yes I do think that this will be a big splash, Densbit might not be a household word in SSDs like Sandforce but its a very advanced technology and I would not be surprised if it were very expensive at the start, but these are just my thoughts, I have no facts to back up my opinions. I believe and I might be wrong but I think these are for caching your Hard drives not a full SSD.
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