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    Default New Middleware Technology Quadruples SSD Speed

    A Japanese research team developed a technology to drastically improve the writing speed, power efficiency and cycling capability (product life) of a storage device based on NAND flash memory (SSD).






    New Middleware Technology Quadruples SSD Speed -- Tech-On!

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    Default Re: New Middleware Technology Quadruples SSD Speed

    Sweet, lets wait for a new SSD drives with this improvements and its benchmarks.

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    Default Re: New Middleware Technology Quadruples SSD Speed

    Interesting stuff. Give my drives a flash update and lets go!
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