[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2010/06/nFU2YY.jpg[/newsimage]Anobit plans to use a new controller in upcoming solid-state drives that will help increase long-term reliability for SSDs used in the enterprise. Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/anobit-shows-off-long-life-mlc-ssd-with-high-reliability-30946/](http://www.myce.com/news/anobit-shows-off-long-life-mlc-ssd-with-high-reliability-30946/) Please note that the reactions from the complete site will be synched below.
Interesting. It looks like they are also using a large amount of NAND over-provisioning, just like SandForce based SSDs.
“Anobit isnâ€™t a company youâ€™ve likely heard of before, as theyâ€™re a small Israeli company trying to carve itself a piece of the SSD market.”
Maybe a review published at the website of one of the world’s top SSD reviewers would help them carve out that piece of the market?
[QUOTE=BussyB;2525991]Maybe a review published at the website of one of the world’s top SSD reviewers would help them carve out that piece of the market? :-D[/QUOTE]I’m sure it would.
[QUOTE=Dee;2526041]I’m sure it would. :)[/QUOTE]
I’m sure it would too - however Anobit just let me know that they are focusing on large OEMs at this moment. Understandable, but still a pity for the end-consumer!