Enmotus Launches First-Ever Artificial Intelligent Enabled SSD
FuzeDrive, The World’s Smartest SSD Delivers Performance, Capacity and a new “Gold Level” Endurance Rating
Enmotus, the leader in AI powered storage technology, launched the industry’s first AI powered SSD – FuzeDrive SSD. FuzeDrive blends high endurance static SLC with QLC on the same M.2 board, offering high capacity storage that performs higher in real world applications and lasts considerably longer. The Artificial Intelligence, which is based on the company’s enterprise server technology, analyzes usage patterns and automatically moves active and write intensive data to the SLC portion of the drive. Quite simply, the SSD self-optimizes to ensure that heavy or frequently used storage traffic from applications or the operating system is directed to and from the SLC and utilizes the QLC to store less used or inactive games or volumes of data, thereby not taxing QLCs lower endurance. Taking advantage of the SLC’s low latency and high endurance enables gamers and professionals alike to experience lightning fast responsiveness and work or play harder for longer.
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“When more typical consumer workloads are in play, the FuzeDrive delivers excellent performance. This is where it matters and where we find the FuzeDrive delivering better than many more expensive TLC-powered SSDs. Excellent,” said Jon Coulter of Tweaktown.
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“Enmotus developed a solution that reacts to the way the user actually uses their storage, rather than focus on raw speeds and feeds. We wanted to offer the community a device that performs more smoothly and consistently over it’s life,” said Andy Mills, CEO/co-founder of Enmotus. “Furthermore, we wanted to offer a new classification system that helps users understand the level of endurance they are buying with any SSD now that we have much lower enduring type of NAND technology entering the market. This will greatly simplify the buying process for end users who are becoming increasingly concerned about the durability of the newer SSDs,” continued Andy.
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