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    July 26, 2006

    Samsung Electronics says the 4GB solid-state disk (SSD) it's readying for production will be used in various markets such as industrial needs. But most of all, it'll let Windows Vista PC users forget the usual hard-disk delays of a few seconds when moving within and between their favorite applications. Serving as a 4GB NAND cache under ReadyBoost -- a Vista feature that intelligently loads applications and data into cache memory, anticipating user requests -- the Samsung SSD promises to make working with a PC lightning fast.

    Working either alongside a conventional drive or as a secondary buffer for a cache-equipped hybrid hard drive, the SSD will hold up to 8GB, thanks to Vista's automatic compression of ReadyBoost data. According to Samsung, it'll service up to 5,000 requests per second, versus the 100 or 200 requests satisfied by today's hard disks. Connected to the ATA port, it can be located almost anywhere on a motherboard.

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