Apacer has introduced a new line of hardware-based RAMDISKs, the AvataRAM. Specifically developed for the data-intensive market and enterprises handling big data, these 3.5-inch hardware-based RAMDISKs (32GB & 64GB sizes) come with a SATA3.0 (6Gbps) connection interface, 4 sets of Micron made DDR3 ECC SO-DIMM (8GBx4 or 16GBx4) and a built-in 2300mAh lithium-ion battery for data retention.
Offering cache performance with high-speed stability, especially for reading and writing applications of random, intensive and large volumes of small data, the AvataRAM Hardware-Based RAMDISKs promise to deliver random read IOPS (512B) of up to 250,000 and random write IOPS (512B) of up to 200,000, respectively. Unfortunately, there’s no word on pricing yet. [Product Page]