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The SF-2100 offers read and write rates of up to 250MB/s while the SF-2200 peaks at 500MB/s. Both feature SandForce's "DuraClass" technology, a name that includes DuraWrite, Redundant Array of Independent Silicon Elements (RAISE), and AES encryption technologies. As with previous models, the latest SF chips don't require an external DRAM chip and other key features include:
With SSDs appearing in various mainstream products and many vendors offering them as options, SSD prices are bound to fall and DRAM-less solutions will drive a hard bargain according to Gartner research director Joseph Unsworth. "SSD controllers that can deliver superior performance and reliability without the dependence on DRAM will have a compelling value proposition."
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