What is particularly interesting about this release is the fact that the NovaChips Bugatti NVS3600A controller is based on a 10 channel architecture, unlike present SATA 3 SSDs which are either 4 or 8 channel. To the laymen who hasn’t a clue what we are talking about, imagine driving down a 4 lane highway in rush hour. Now imagine if it was 10 lanes, vice 4. The NuvoDrive NX will be available in capacities of 80, 160 and 300GB and reported specifications display performance above 500MB/s for both read and write with 80,000 4k random write IOPS when evaluating in both compressible and incompressible data.
“The Biwin NuvoDrive NX offers superior write speed compared to existing SATA III SSDs. Its advantage increases in small block random writes. And it beats competing SSDs hands down in 4K random write operations for incompressible data. Technology innovations like the 10-channel controller architecture and beefy DRAM cache make this performance possible. ” says Joe James, Vice President of Worldwide Marketing, Biwin America.
NuvoDrive NX Enterprise 2.5" SATA III SSD