OCZ Ibis isn’t content to stay cooped up in your system

by Rafael Hernandez on September 29, 2010 · 1 comment

Solid State Drives have brought about a new era of performance to the personal computer but their performance is somewhat limited by the storage interfaces we have in our systems…so the obvious fix is to implement better ones. OCZ’s Ibis prototype drive can link up with its custom built board that, in theory, can accept even more Ibis drives for a massive amount of storage and bandwidth possibilities (all PCIe X16 powered) moving forward. This has interesting implications for future storage products and will no doubt make its way into the server space in some form of sick rackmount experiment.

OCZ Ibis High Speed Data Link (HSDL) 240GB SSD Review @ PC Perspective

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