After Mushkin's Callisto and Chronos 2.5" SSD lines, several new products are expanding the company's reach in the flash memory segment.
New to the Mushkin product lineup is a 1.8" form factor SSD called Chronos GO. For mobile computing, Chronos GO offers fast throughput in a small package. Available in both standard (built with asynchronous NAND flash) and Deluxe (built with synchronous NAND flash) versions, Chronos GO touts read and write speeds of 560MB/s and 525MB/s, with the synchronous versions offering performance with multimedia data.
Mushkin also announced the Atlas mSATA SSD. This LSI SandForce SF-2281-driven MO-300B form factor drive will provide 3rd generation SATA performance in 30 to 240GB capacities. Both value-oriented models (built with asynchronous NAND flash) and performance units (built with synchronous mode flash) are planned. Maximum sequential read and write speeds are 560MB/s and 535MB/s, respectively.
Mushkin's first PCIe SSD, the Scorpion, with initial densities of 240, 480 and 960GB, is poised to become the primary data storage device of enthusiasts and professionals requiring workstation-class performance and reliability. Rated at up to 1,275MB/s sequential read, 1,500MB/s sequential write, and120,000 4K random write IOPS, the Scorpion ushers in an era of SSD technology in which both speed and available storage are easily within reach.
"With the great success of our existing flash products, we're pleased to be 'spreading our wings' into new market segments. The new flash products we're announcing at CES today cement Mushkin's position as the foremost supplier of reliable and innovative high-performance flash storage products", Brian Flood, Mushkin's director of product development.
These new flash products will be available on the company's web site website and through authorized resellers and distributors in the first half of 2012." -via storagenewsletter.com