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ZipServers Releases Solid State Drives In DuoZ Servers

April 24, 2009 by  

ZipServers 190x60 LogoWebmaster ToolsDALLAS, TX – ZipServers, Inc., provider of Managed Dedicated Servers & VPS solutions announced today it has enhanced its portfolio with the introduction of solid state drives (SSD’s) on its duoZ line of servers. SSDs are an enterprise-level solution for reliable and secure storage. Unlike disk-based storage drives, SSDs have no moving parts. This decreases power consumption, cooling needs, and performance latency. It also greatly reduces their risk of mechanical failure, making SSDs more durable than traditional disk-based drives.

“Performance and reliability is of the utmost importance to our customers,” said Charles Nix, Vice President of Sales for ZipServers. “Providing customers with solid state drives is yet another way ZipServers is meeting the needs of its customers. SSDs is an enterprise-class, leading-edge technology solution providing greater performance and power efficiency, which can be leveraged to attain a higher margin of cost-effectiveness.”

Beyond the advantages of low latency and decreased power and cooling, ZipServers solid state drive offering provides:

* Latest generation SATA interface
* 10 parallel NAND Flash channels equipped with single-level cell NAND Flash memory
* Native Command Queuing to enable up to 32 concurrent operations
* Sustained sequential read: up to 250 MB/s
* Sustained sequential write: up to 170 MB/s

For more information about ZipServers, Inc., please visit www.zipservers.com or call 1-866-ZIP-HOST.

About ZipServers, Inc.
ZipServers, Inc. (www.zipservers.com) is a provider of high-quality, low-expense managed hosting solutions. ZipServers.com is proud to provide small to medium sized businesses the same award winning support, industrial grade hardware, data center facilities, and network that Fortune 500 companies enjoy.

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