Super Talent ships USB 3.0 Express RAM Cache drive
Super Talent Technology has announced they are now shipping their new USB 3.0 Express RAM Cache drive. Available in 32GB (ST3U32ERS) and 64GB (ST3U64ERS) capacities, these new drives implement a DRAM caching system to boost small block random performance by up to 300%.
San Jose, California – September 7, 2010 - Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of Flash storage solutions and DRAM memory modules, today announced they are now shipping their new USB 3.0 Express RAM Cache drive. Available in 32 (ST3U32ERS) and 64GB (ST3U64ERS) capacities, this new drive implements a DRAM caching system to boost small block random performance by up to 300%.
As most manufacturers are announcing their first USB 3.0 flash drive, Super Talent is announcing their fourth. Super Talent is also currently the only USB flash manufacturer offering a caching system on their drives.
Super Talent COO, C H Lee said, “we’ve made the first, fastest, hardware encrypted, and most affordable USB flash 3.0 flash drives, now with the Express RAM Cache, we are offering affordable cache support on USB 3.0.
“No longer are we talking about a 10x performance increase over USB 2, now we are talking about a real world experience that is up to 110x what our customers have experienced before. Adding RAM Cache to our USB 3.0 Express Drive line-up raises the bar we have establish with our first three USB 3.0 products and reiterates our commitment and leadership in the USB 3.0 space.”
Sequential read and write speeds only show how a drive will perform when copying large files. In ‘real world’ applications, we are often reading and writing hundreds of smaller files and in some cases even booting to the drive. In these instances traditional flash deigns show their weakness and a caching system can dramatically improve performance.
For example, say you wanted to copy 40 MP3 files to your flash drive. By adding a caching system, the Express RAM Cache drive can now write these same files 260% faster; instead of taking 13 seconds, this transfer now takes less than 5 seconds. As the file size decreases and the file count increase, this time savings becomes even more apparent.
Source: Super Talent PR