Toshiba will launch its own in 19nm SSD
In the words of the family of SSD THNSNH manufacturer, its designed to deliver high performance and energy efficiency in all sorts of devices, ranging from desktops to tablets themselves. Welcome to the new TOSHIBA discs.
As the inventor of NAND Flash storage technology, nonvolatile memory that is characterized by maintaining data even if it does not have a power supply, Toshiba Storage Product Division has always been a leader in the storage industry, this is not new, but has gone a step further by launching it via a 19nm SSDs. Although this time it was not the pioneer.
These new SSDs are available with a size of 2.5 inches and in capacities ranging from 512GB up to 60Gbs.
In addition, there are more compact mSATA modules that are available for smaller devices and 60GB capacities, 128GB and 256GB.
Finally all discs released by the Japanese company support the SATA III 6 Gbps, with read speeds up to 534 Mb and 482Mb of writing. Of course these faster read / write capacity vary depending on the disc.
Another advantage of the new drives from Toshiba is the use of technology-native Swing Quadruple By Code (QSBC), allowing us to detect and correct errors detected in the data stored.
It seems that NAND Flash technology in SSDs has not yet being obsolete despite being a technology that has been on the market for many years, it still has plenty to say.