ADATA Technology Co., Ltd. will be revealing several new products this coming Computex 2014. Some of these new products are the ADATA XPG Z1 DDR4 and XPG V3 DDR3 memory modules, a new enterprise class 2TB SSD called the ADATA SR1020, other storage solutions, wireless charges and power banks. Check out the rest of the details below.
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1. PCIe SSD: 2.5” and M.2
With transfer speeds up to three times faster than SATA 6Gb/s, support for the latest LDPC (Low-Density Parity-Check) technology, and maximum storage capacity of 2TB per platter, ADATA’s new PCIe SSDs in the 2.5” and M.2 specifications are ideal for a wide array of enterprise and business server applications.
2. Small Form Factor SSD: μSSD and M.2
Ideal for ultrabook and tablet storage applications, ADATA’s SATA 6Gb/s μSSD (microSSD) and small form factor M.2 specification are 16×20 and 22×30 mm, respectively – which is less than 1/10th of the size of a 2.5” drive. These small form factors are available in capacities up to 128GB, have transmission speeds up to 500MB/s, and support DevSLP power save function greatly enhancing the stand-by time, which is the best storage solution for mobile devices.
3. Customizable Industrial SSD Solutions
ADATA will also be showing their first foray into customizable SSD solutions at COMPUTEX 2014. With year’s of experience in the storage market, ADATA will use their expertise to offer SSDs designed from scratch according to a client’s need. Customizable features include A+SLC mode, Power loss protection (PLP), write protect (WP), firmware customization, maximized performance depending on operation, and increased life-span over 15 times than standard SSDs. Combined with SSD tool box, users are able to well manage their SSDs with multiple functions provided by ADATA, enlarging the SSDs’ stability and longevity.
Server and Enterprise Memory and Storage
ADATA will be displaying a wide array of Server and Enterprise memory and storage products at COMPUTEX. As one of the strategic partners of Intel®, ADATA will be presenting a server grade DDR4 RDIMM supporting the latest Intel® Xeon™ processor E5-2600 v3 series, with the beneficial features of up to 16GB density, 1.2V low power consumption, and maximized 2133MHz high speed transmission. Other than that, ADATA will be also showcasing Enterprise class SSDs in the 2.5” as well as customizable SSD solutions.
Overclocking Memories: DDR4 XPG Z1 and DDR3 XPG V3
For the overclocking arena, ADATA will be giving a first glimpse of their latest high-performance memory modules – DDR4 XPG Z1. Not only do these memory modules offer significant overclocking capabilities, but they also adopt a design concept of airfoil for heat sinks, bringing power users into the DDR4 era and enjoying the tremendous high speed performance. The latest ADATA DDR3 XPG V3 series includes a replaceable heat sink design allowing users to customize the memory modules’ color to complement their high performance system.
Interactive Area for Hands-on Experience: d&i Award Winning CE700 Wireless Charger
Visitors will also be able to receive a hands-on experience with ADATA’s d&i award winning CE700 wireless charger. Allowing convenient inductive charging without the hassle of plugs and cables, the CE700 gives users the option to recharge their phones in either an upright or flat position. In addition to CE700, ADATA will be welcoming visitors to charge their mobile devices via diversified power bank series, including colorful ones.
2 thoughts on “ADATA XPG V3 DDR3, XPG Z1 DDR4, SR1020 SSD and Many More To BE Showcased at Computex 2014”
What does it mean “maximum storage capacity of 2TB per platter”? SSD has no platters.
Hehe you noticed as well. Actually I noticed that and I’ve contacted ADATA to clarify their statement. Haven’t heard from them yet. Perhaps too busy with Computex.