Mushkin Unveils New Chronos SATA III 960GB Solid-State Drive at CES 2013
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Mushkin, Inc., an industry-leading designer and manufacturer of high-performance and mission-critical computer products, today announced the worldwide launch of its new 960GB Chronos(TM) solid-state drive (SSD), slated to start shipping this month.
The newest addition to the Chronos(TM) line of SSDs offers 960GB of space, almost double the storage capacity of typical 2.5-inch form factor drives. The much higher storage capacity, combined with the performance and reliability benefits of an SSD, make the 960GB Chronos(TM) an ideal choice for disk intensive applications like workstations and servers.
“With the growing demand for higher capacity and higher performance storage, we are excited to now offer our Chronos(TM) SSD in an industry-leading size, and continue our commitment to meeting market needs,” said Brian Flood, Director of Product Development at Mushkin. “For CAD, animation or similar applications where speed and space are key, the new 960GB high-capacity Chronos(TM) SSD really shines.”
- 04 Apr 13 Mushkin Begins Shipping New Line of 1.8-Inch Chronos GO Deluxe SATA III SSDs
- 29 Mar 13 Silicon Power Expands Its SATA III 6Gb/s SSD Lineup Velox V55 and Slim S55
- 26 Mar 13 ADATA Solid State Drives get slimmer – Entire SSD lineup in 7mm form factor
- 28 Feb 13 Micron Introduces SAS Solid-State Drive
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