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Dennis Hissink : September 1st 2007 - 01:35 CET

SanDisk uSSD 5000 solid state drive


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SanDiskSanDisk uSSD 5000 solid state drive : Joining global efforts to bring affordable personal computers to millions of people in developing nations, SanDisk announced the SanDisk uSSD 5000 solid state drive, which can be used as an economical substitute for hard disk drives in sub-$250 PCs. Among the first computers using uSSD solid state drives will be the Intel-powered classmate PC, intended for educational markets in emerging nations. The SanDisk uSSD 5000 solid state drive is the first SSD product from SanDisk to be offered with SanDisk’s patented multi-level cell (MLC) technology. MLC technology doubles data- storage capacities in the same physical space as single-level cell (SLC) technology, resulting in significant cost savings.
SanDisk uSSD 5000 solid state driveSanDisk uSSD - Operating System
SanDisk’s uSSD 5000 solid state drive is a USB module designed to be embedded directly onto the motherboard of low-cost PCs as a hard disk replacement. The SanDisk uSSD 5000 solid state drive supports a variety of operating systems, including Microsoft’s Windows XP Professional, Windows XP Embedded, Windows Embedded for Point of Service and Windows CE, as well as Linux. The SanDisk uSSD 5000 solid state drive is expected to be available in capacities from 2 gigabytes (GB) to 8GB.

SanDisk uSSD 5000 solid state drive - PC category and Requirements
“The low-cost educational PC category is an emerging market for flash storage where low cost, ruggedness and low power consumption will be the primary factors for broad-based adoption,” said Greg Rhine, senior vice president and general manager of the Consumer Products Division at SanDisk. “At 2GB, the SanDisk uSSD 5000 solid state drive delivers the necessary storage capacity for low-cost PCs at significantly less cost than conventional hard drives, while meeting performance and reliability requirements for this market. We are proud to have been chosen for the Intel-powered classmate PC, a product that demonstrates how inexpensive SSDs can contribute to the worthy cause of improving education in the developing world.”

SanDisk uSSD 5000 SSD - Storage solutions
Compared to conventional hard disk drives, SanDisk’s uSSD 5000 solid state drives are advantageous in low-cost PCs for a variety of reasons: Cost Effectiveness; uSSD 5000 solid state drives at 2GB are significantly less expensive than even the lowest-capacity conventional hard disk drives. Future generations of flash memory will usher in higher storage capacities at the requisite price points. Ruggedness; with no moving parts, SanDisk’s uSSD 5000 solid state drives are a perfect fit for kid’s classroom wear-and-tear. The durability of uSSD 5000 solid state drives surpasses mechanical hard disk drives. Reliability; SanDisk’s uSSD 5000 solid state drives deliver high reliability based on advanced flash management technology including powerful error detection and correction algorithms. Small; At 27mm x 38mm, uSSD 5000 solid state drives are about one-fourth the size of 1.8-inch hard disk drives. Strong Performance; uSSD 5000 solid state drives with MLC technology offer performance more than sufficient for the low cost PC market.

SanDisk uSSD5000 solid state drive - Availability
SanDisk uSSD 5000 solid state drives are expected to be available for customer sampling in 30 days, with volume availability expected in the fourth quarter, in capacities ranging from 1 to 8 gigabytes. In addition to the uSSD 5000 brand, SanDisk offers other SSD products in 4-, 8-, 16-, 32- and 64GB capacities.

About SanDisk Flash Memory
SanDisk is the original inventor of flash storage cards and is the world’s largest supplier of flash data storage card products, using its patented, high-density flash memory and controller technology. SanDisk is headquartered in Milpitas, California, and has operations worldwide, with more than half its sales outside the U.S.





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