At this year’s Computex trade show, Adata has showcased its brand new lineup of SSDs. Namely the SU800 consumer-grade SSD as well as the SR1030 enterprise-grade SSD. Both SSDs will utilise the SATA 6Gbps port to ensure fast data transfer speeds.
The first SSD that was showcased by Adata is the SU800. According to the company, the SU800 SSD uses the Silicon Motion SM2258 controller. In addition, the SSD is also equipped with a 3D NAND Flash synchronous memory.
Due to the fact that the SU800 is a TLC (triple-level cell) SSD means that it can achieve a high rate of sequential transfer speeds. To be more exact, this SSD is capable of read and write speeds of 560MBps and 510MBps respectively. Storage capacity wasn’t specified, but according to the company, there will be storage variants of up to 2TB when the SU800 SSD becomes available in the market.
Next up is the enterprise-grade SR1030 SSD. This SSD is equipped with a Seagate SF3514 controller. That said, the SR1030 uses a 3D MLC NAND Flash synchronous memory. Being an enterprise-grade SSD means that the SR1030 will most likely be used extensively, which is why Adata has equipped this SSD with its DuraWrite technology to significantly increase the endurance of the SR1030. Capacity-wise, the SR1030 SSD will come in storage capacities of 128GB up to 1TB.
According to a representative from Adata, both SSDs are expected to be available by the end of this year. Unfortunately, price was not mentioned, but do expect the company to release a statement regarding this soon.