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Super Talent USB 3.0 RAIDDrive reaches transfer rates of over 370MB/sec

With second-generation USB 3.0 host controllers starting to emerge, Super Talent has announced that its USB 3.0 RAIDDrive can now reach even faster transfer rates of over 370MB/sec. By connecting the RAIDDrive to a newer host controller, the completely unchanged drive gives users a good 55MB/sec speed boost.

San Jose, California – November 22, 2010 – Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of Flash storage solutions and DRAM memory modules, today announced their USB 3.0 RAIDDrive is now even faster.

When we introduced the USB 3.0 RAIDDrive, we knew that we had reached the limit of the USB 3.0 host controllers currently available. Now that 2nd generation USB 3.0 host controllers are beginning to emerge, this drive is able to show its true performance. Completely unchanged since its debut in January 2010, this drive now posts scores over 370MB/s; a full 55MB/s faster.

“This product yet again underscores Super Talent’s continued leadership in the USB 3.0 storage market. We now have five USB 3.0 flash drives: from the very fastest, RAIDDriveTM, to the ultra-affordable, Express DUOTM”, said Super Talent COO, C.H. Lee.

This drive was benchmarked using the new Fresco Logic FL-1009B, the fastest USB 3.0 solution we have tested to date.

All our USB 3.0 drives are fully backward compatible with USB 2.0 ports, at USB 2.0 speeds. Both our USB 3.0 RAIDDriveTM and USB 3.0 Express DUOTM drive use SuperTalent patented technology and are protected under US Patent # 7457897.

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