This could be the most powerful SSD ever made, but your PC can't use it

This could be the most powerful SSD ever made, but your PC can’t use it

Phison X1 SSD marks expanded partnership with Seagat Phison has partnered with Seagate to launch its most advanced SSD yet.

The Phison X1 SSD provides excellent performance while consuming very little power. The U.3 Enterprise PCle Gen4x4 eTLC SSD is the most advanced SSD Phison has ever created. This advancement was made possible by the combination of an ARM R5 CPU with dozens of tiny CPU co-processors, which offers both performance and power efficiency.

According to the business, the X1 platform was created to provide users the best of both worlds in terms of performance and battery usage. This is achieved by combining two powerful ARM cores with a large number of tiny co-processing chips, which do jobs incredibly quickly and with minimum power consumption.

Raising the bar

“Current industry solutions miss the mark and the X1 reinforces Phison’s commitment to elevate the bar in enterprise storage by delivering the world’s best-in-class enterprise SSD,” said Sebastien Jean, Chief Technology Officer of Phison.

“Coupled with Seagate’s deep industry knowledge and Phison’s advanced architecture, the X1 SSD was created to bolster the industry’s enterprise-class product offerings for a variety of applications such as AI, Cloud Storage and 5G edge computing.”

Phison also highlighted how IT professionals know that lagging computing environments with tens or hundreds of employees running similar programs from centralized servers is an issue – and that the X1 SSD provides the fastest application speeds to help accomplish more.

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Due to its high random read IOPs and speedier performance compared to its rivals, the company claims that the X1 offers an ideal storage solution for use in artificial intelligence applications. It can also more effectively turn raw data into actionable intelligence.

According to Sai Varanasi, senior vice president of product and business marketing at Seagate Technology, “we combined Seagate’s proprietary data management and customer integration capabilities with Phison’s cutting-edge technology to create highly customized SSDs that meet the constantly changing needs of the enterprise storage market.”

“Seagate is thrilled to collaborate with Phison on the development of new SSD technology to give the market more density, higher performance, and power efficiency for all mass capacity storage providers,” the company said in a statement.

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