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Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Toshiba 19nm NAND SSDs Available In Europe


Toshiba has made available its new 19nm NAND SSDs in Europe, coming in capacities from 60GB to 512GB.

The solid state drives are built on the company's 19nm Multi-Level Cell (MLC) NAND flash. Toshiba was the first company to develop 19nm NAND SSDs and the family includes the world's smallest and highest density NAND flash drives.

Toshiba's THNSNH family hve been designed for high-end notebooks, tablets, PCs, all-in-one desktop computers and industrial PCs.

Capacities of 512GB, 256GB, 128GB and 60GB are all now available in 2.5-inch form factors with a choice of 7.0mm and 9.5mm profiles. mSATA modules with capacities of 256GB, 128GB and 60GB are also available.

The SSDs also include data protection through use of Quadruple Swing-By Code (QSBC), Toshiba?s error correction code technology.

  THNSNH060GCST THNSNH128GCST THNSNH256GCST THNSNH512GCST
Formatted storage capacity 60 GB 128 GB 256 GB 512 GB
Memory 19mn MLC NAND Flash Memory
Maximum data read (ave.) 534 MB/s (510 MiB/s)
Maximum data write (ave.) 450 MB/s (430 MiB/s) 471 MB/s (450 MiB/s) 482 MB/s (460 MiB/s) 482 MB/s (460 MiB/s)
Host transfer rate max. 6 Gbit/s
Form factor 2.5 inch case
Height 7 mm
Width 69.85 mm
Depth 100 mm
Weight (typ.) 48 g 48 g 52 g 52 g
MTTF 1,500,000 Hours

 

  THNSNH060GBST THNSNH128GBST THNSNH256GBST THNSNH512GBST
Formatted storage capacity 60 GB 128 GB 256 GB 512 GB
Memory 19mn MLC NAND Flash Memory
Maximum data read (ave.) 534 MB/s (510 MiB/s)
Maximum data write (ave.) 450 MB/s (430 MiB/s) 471 MB/s (450 MiB/s) 482 MB/s (460 MiB/s) 482 MB/s (460 MiB/s)
Host transfer rate max. 6 Gbit/s
Form factor 2.5 inch case
Height 9.5 mm
Width 69.85 mm
Depth 100 mm
Weight (typ.) 50 g 50 g 54 g 54 g
MTTF 1,500,000 Hours

 

  THNSNH060GMCT THNSNH128GMCT THNSNH256GMCT
Formatted storage capacity 60 GB 128 GB 256 GB
Memory 19mn MLC NAND Flash Memory
Maximum data read (ave.) 534 MB/s (510 MiB/s)
Maximum data write (ave.) 450 MB/s (430 MiB/s) 471 MB/s (450 MiB/s) 471 MB/s (450 MiB/s)
Host transfer rate max. 6 Gbit/s
Form factor mSATA-Module
Height 3.95 mm
Width 30 mm
Depth 50.95 mm
Weight (typ.) 7.4 g 7.4 g 7.7 g
MTTF 1,500,000 Hours


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