Leveraging Toshiba?s Alishan SSD controller and A19 TLC flash memory technology, the Trion 100 series was designed to deliver a balance of performance and value and will be available this summer. Trion 100's preliminary performance ratings include up to 550MB/s of bandwidth and up to 91,000 random read IOPS.
In addition to OCZ?s new consumer offering, the company will provide a first look of its upcoming Z-Drive 6300 NVM Express (NVMe) Add-In-Card (AIC) for enterprise customers, which will be the newest addition to the recently announced Z-Drive 6000 Series. The new series is featuring speeds close to 3GB/s and 700,000 IOPS with capacities up to 6.4TB. Along with the 6300, the OCZ booth will host a live demo of the newly released 2.5-inch NVMe Z-Drive 6000 SSD with AIC, a provider of OEM/ODM server and storage solutions.