05-26-2010 12:47 PM - edited 05-27-2010 07:55 PM
I was not able to find answers online about the ST95005620AS.
RAID0- Do these drives have RAID0 support and continue to use the Adaptive Memory technology across the NAND memory in the RAID array? For example, using two drives in RAID0 has an effective SSD memory capacity of 8GB. Will memory algorithm utilize the 2 SSDs jointly to provide faster response times than using one XT?
SATAIII- Will Seagate be launching 6G versions of this drive?
Desktop Form Factors- Does your Roadmap show Desktop models with higher capacity NAND flash? Specifically will the large form factor allow of more SSD memory per HDD? Is 6G coming too?
With any of the answers, please include projected RTS dates.
Thanks for your time. This product appears to bridge the gap between HDD and SSD performance at a much lower cost per gigabyte than dedicated SSD drives.
06-10-2010 03:04 PM
I too am very curious about this topic, but dont have answers lol, hopefully someone will answer so we can both find out. Heck is there a case like the ice pack used on Velociraptors we could use to fit into a desktop?