Super Talent’s NGFF SSDs for Mobile Computing Arrive

Super Talent’s NGFF SSDs for Mobile Computing Arrive

Data storage solutions built for the next generation of lightweight laptops

 

San Jose, California – September 5, 2013 – Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of NAND Flash storage solutions and DRAM memory modules, announces its NGFF SSD lineup.

Super Talent’s NGFF lineup is based on the M.2 form factor for next generation notebooks.  NGFF DX1 is 22.00mm x 80.00mm x 3.5mm that supports speeds of up to 480/400 MB/s sequential read and write with a SATA-III interface.  These space saving SSDs are the perfect solution for next generation mobile computing.  The NGFF DX1 also has an internal cache to further speed up application load times and is easily mounted without any cables.

Super Talent’s NGFF SSDs

“Super Talent’s NGFF SSDs are the perfect solution for high speed non-volatile storage to be used in upcoming high performance laptops.  Our NGFF SSDs are sure to keep mobile device applications running at peak performance!“
-Shimon, VP of Engineering, Super Talent Technology


Capacity NGFF DX1 P/N NGFF DX1 P/N
16GB - FN4016MRRM
32GB FN8032JCRM FN4032MRRM
64GB FN8064JCRM FN4064MRRM
128GB FN8128JCRM FN4128MRRM
256GB FN8256JCRM -

The NGFF ST1 is a 22.0mm x 42.0mm x 3.5mm that has read and write speeds of up to 250/80 MB/s on a SATA-II interface.  It is smaller, lighter, and consumes less power while still providing sufficient storage space to load an OS and serve as a bootable drive for embedded applications.

About Super Talent Technology
Super Talent Technology Corporation based in San Jose, California, designs and manufactures flash based SSD and USB storage devices for computers and consumer electronics. An ISO 9001 certified company, Super Talent utilizes its state-of-the-art factories and leading-edge components to produce award winning products with outstanding reliability. Super Talent is an active member of the JEDEC and ONFI. With over 200 patents, the company was ranked in the top 50 of the Wall Street Journal’s Patent Scorecard for the IT industry three consecutive times.

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