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FiXT August 27, 2010 11:29 AM

Viking Modular Solutions Unveils First Solid State Drive in DIMM Form-Factor
 
Viking Modular Solutions, a division of Sanmina-SCI Corporation, and leading manufacturer of innovative DRAM modules and flash solutions, today announced that its SATADIMM is available for immediate customer qualification. SATADIMM is the first of its kind - an Enterprise Class SATA II Solid State Drive (SSD) in an industry-standard DDR3 240-pin DI... [ Read full article ]

martin_metal_88 August 27, 2010 11:40 AM

Woa! This is what I call innovation! Really nice! Any price tag out here?

LarkStarr August 27, 2010 11:45 AM

Now that's interesting..

I can't imagine it taking off though. I think for server class systems 3.5 or even 5.25 inch SSD systems will become more popular simply because they'll have more capacity. plus you'd have to get a motherboard manufacturer to design these systems with a tubload of 240 pin DDR3 slots.. that's A LOT of circuitry!

fishingfanatic August 27, 2010 12:13 PM

Press Release
 
This could actually bring SSD costs back to earth. lol Interesting indeed.
:haha::biggrin:

_dangtx_ August 27, 2010 01:59 PM

nice. for 6 dimmed mobos or more i see no issue. below that youre kinda limited.

Zero82z August 27, 2010 05:15 PM

It's an interesting concept, but I don't see much advantage to this compared to standard 2.5" or even 1.8" SSDs.

AkG August 27, 2010 05:27 PM

The only place I can see this being a good idea is in cases with limited storage capability. Say a HTPC, or a NAS. I cant see this in a server envrio (the good ones dont use SATA) and for most enthusiasts with large cases...its a non starter.

ipaine August 27, 2010 06:32 PM

Actually this would be really cool in something like a mini-ITX HTPC.

lowfat August 27, 2010 06:45 PM

I think this is utterly useless. I have my doubts you will find any system that is too small to fit at least a 1.8" SSD.

zoob August 27, 2010 06:47 PM

I was thinking it'd be great for mITX as well, until I realized a lot of mITX boards only have 2 DIMM slots! :doh:


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