Mach Xtreme Technology Intros 1.8-inch micro-SATA MX-MDS Series Solid State Drives

By April 2, 2011 | 0 Comments

Mach Xtreme Technology has unveiled the 1.8-inch micro-SATA MX-MDS Series SSD in market. This SSD is designed to deliver superior performance including faster application loading, fast data access and enhanced boot times, and longer battery life.

Mach Xtreme Technology MX MDS SSD Mach Xtreme Technology Intros 1.8 inch micro SATA MX MDS Series Solid State DrivesMach Xtreme MX-MDS Series SSD is based on the SandForce SF1222 controller, which enables it to deliver the excellent performance. This SSD delivers maximum read and write peformance along with its long overall life. The MDS series SSDs from MAch Xtreme features DuraClass, DuraWrite and unique RAISE technologies. These technologies enhance the overall performance of the SSDs and make them power efficient. The DuraClass technology ensures performance and low power, whereas DuraWrite technology extends the endurance of MLC memory providing at least 5 year lifecycles with 3-5K cycle MLC flash. The RAISE provides the protection and reliability of RAID on a single drive without the significant write overhead.

The Mach Xtreme MX-MDS is a 1.8-inch SATAII micro-SATA MLC Solid State Drive, which delivers up to maximum 285 MB/s read speeds and up to 275MB/s Write speeds. The SSD has maximum up to 30,000 IOPS and consumes lowest power (0.5W on stand-by and 2.0W while active. It is super durable compared to traditional rotating mechanical hard disk drives. The company says this SSD’s life expectancy is up to 1.5 million hours MTBF. The SSD is available in 40GB, 60GB and 90GB storage capacities. The SSD has 78.5 x 54.0 x 5.0 mm (LxWxH), weight: 36gPrice Details are as follows:

40GB (MXSSD2MMDS-40G): Price €135/ $191

60GB (MXSSD2MMDS-60G: Price €165/ $233

90GB (MXSSD2MMDS-90G): Price €220/ $311

The new Mach Xtreme Technology MX-MDS SSDs carries 2 Year warranty and they will be available in market by April 11, 2011.

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