2011 Computex P6000_G2000 Press release v1 0
六 13, 2011

Pretec Releases World's Fastest SATA SSD
and Most Green SATA SSD

Taipei, Taiwan, May 31th, 2011 - Pretec, the flash pioneer since 1993, offering the fastest USB flash drive (266X), the fastest CF cards (667X), fastest SD cards (SDXC 64GB), the first CFast Storage Card, and the smallest SSD in the world (PDrive), continues its tradition to offer the P6000 SSD, world's fastest 2.5" SATA III SSD drives with access speed up to 550MB/s* and G2000 SSD, world's most environmental friendly SSD at the 2011 Computex Taipei (Booth#: Nangang
Exhibition Hall, K309a).
While SATA II interface offers the theoretical speed up to 3Gbps (375 MB/s), SATA III breaks its bottleneck with a staggering speed up to 6Gbps (750MB/s), making it ideal to meet the increasing market demand for higher-bandwidth PCs. Based on SandForce-driven next-generation controller, Pretec P6000 SSDs take the championship of the world's fastest 2.5" SATA III SSD, reaching both the sequential Read/Write speed to up to 550/520MB/s*. In addition, P6000 SSDs achieve the excellent random access performance of 20,000 IOPS and support the SMART and TRIM command in Windows 7 for SSD performance enhancement. Featuring impeccable read/write endurance and error correction with sophisticated wear-levelling algorithm, P6000 SSDs also achieve better reliability and longer lifespan, a perfect storage solution for high-end enterprise grade systems, such as servers or professional workstations. Capacities range from 64GB to 512GB, P6000 will start sampling in June.

While most SSD consumes only a fraction of power of those HDD counterparts, in addition to the benefit of much higher access speed. With Read/Write speed up to 130/100MB/s*, Pretec G2000 consumes less than 50% of the power than most leading brands SATA SSD, with active current of around 100mA range, making G2000 the most environmental friendly high speed SATA SSD in the world. Capacities range from 32GB to 256GB, G2000 will be available immediately after Computex.
Pretec's SATA SSD family encompasses a spectrum of models for commercial or industrial demands. For instance, PDrive is the smallest PATA SSD in the world with BGA package in a single chip; G2000 SATA II 2.5" SSDs are the utmost cost/performance value product for PC upgrade in addition to be the most environmental friendly SATA SSD, while N2000 SATA II 2.5" SSDs offer the dual-processor structure with largest capacity up to 1TB; and P6000, world's fastest 2.5" SATA III SSD. The industrial applications also adopt the small form factor SATA drives such as Pretec SATA DOM, mSATA, and CFast, one of the smallest SATA module in the world same as the size of a CF card, which Pretec pioneered in 2009, ranging from 4GB to 128GB.
*Speed may vary depending on different testing environments.

About Pretec
PretecTM ( offers a complete spectrum of small form factor memory cards and card readers such as CF, SD/MMC, USB Flash Drive, and wireless communication devices for digital imaging, mobile communication, and industrial flash markets. As the 2nd company in the world to offer CF cards since 1995 and the company to create CF I/O and SD I/O cards since 1998, Pretec has consistently demonstrated the highest capacity flash cards in the world: such as CF 3GB, 6GB, 12GB, 16GB, 24GB, 48GB, 64GB and SD 4GB, SDHC 8GB and 16GB; the fastest flash card in the world: such as CF 333X/433X, SD 166X, USB 166X, and SSD (IDE/SATA) 400X. With more than 200 patents granted or filed, Pretec has also been offering the smallest USB flash drive in the world with unique technology: such as i-Disk Tiny ("Best Gear of 2003" by TIME Magazine) and i-Disk Diamond; the most reliable flash card in the world: such as rugged PCMCIA, rugged CF card, and i-Disk Bulletproof, a water-proof, fire-proof, and bullet-proof USB flash drive.
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*Note: i-Disk, i-Disk Tiny, i-Disk Diamond and i-Disk Bulletproof are trademarks of Pretec. All other trademarks
mentioned herein are recognized as the property of their respective holders.

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