Advanced Media to introduce Solid State Disk Flash Memory

January 5, 2007

Advanced Media will introduce a non-volatile Flash Solid State Disk (SSD) storage medium to its RIDATA line at CES 2007 next week in Las Vegas.

The new medium is available in 16GB and 32GB capacities. Because it has no moving parts, the RIDATA Flash SSD produces virtually no noise, no heat and no vibration.

It also has the same host interface as a hard disk drive, so there is no issue with compatibility or upgrading. The new solid state medium, which meets the bus interface industry standard ATA/IDE and SATA, plugs into a device's IDE slot.

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