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QUBEX Data Recovery Denver Colorado specialize in professional data recovery services in Denver Colorado and other states. We service private parties as well as companies. No job is too small or too big or too complicated.

We provide best data recovery service for all kinds of media: hard drive, flash drive, SSD, NAS, RAID, smart phone, portable USB drive, Thunderbolt drive, Virtual iSCSI DRIVE image from VMWare (ESX, ESXi, vSphere), Hyper-V Server, Oracle Virtual Box, Virtual DSK image files (iSCSI, VMDK, VHDX, WIM), RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, JBOD and HYBRID RAID array, floppy, tape, voice recorder, SAN, DVR, NVR and many other devices. Operating systems we recover data from are: Windows, Linux, Solaris, Novell, Unix, VMWare ESX(ESXi), AIX, NetWare, VMS, HP-UX and variants.

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QUBEX Denver Data Recovery engineers are capable of performing the following operations:
- RAID array Data Recovery services
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- Head actuator exchanges
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- Electronic board (PCB) repairs
- Stuck head or spindle fix
- Physically damaged media data recovery
- Server Data Recovery services, maintenance
- Hard disk ROM Firmware services
- Password locked hard disk unlock service
- Password locked laptop unlock service
- System lock unlock service
- Damaged or failed hard disk duplication service
- Data extraction service
- Laptop boot or bios password unlock services
- OS account password unlock services
- Laptop Data Recovery services
- TAPE data recovery
- Flash drive Data Recovery
- Floppy data recovery service
- Certified Data Destruction services

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Danielle Cruz
2 weeks ago
Fantastic service! Data was recovered from my flash drive in one hour! The price was very reasonable. I would recommend Qubex to anyone looking for data recovery services!
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Tanya Val
6 months ago
Our Promise NAS backup has served us well until yesterday, when it has failed. No one would be able to connect to it and we store all our documents and financials on it. Its the end of the year and we needed all documents for tax purposes so we called around to find good, local, professional data recovery company that would help us recovering everything ASAP. Mike was professional and has described recovery process in great details and offered free evaluation with no strings attached, so we decided to give it a try. Data was recovered within promised time frame with competitive pricing, if compared against competition. We are very pleased with results and professionalism of service. They also offered to upgrade my laptop to a new solid state drive and transfer data, which was done within 1 day. Very impressed. While i am hoping i will not need data recovery services anymore, i will definitely use this company for all my computer needs. Will pass the good word. Thank you very much!
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Jenn Garber
a month ago
QUBEX recovered all of our lost data after our computer decided to self-destruct! They were also the only place I called that explained the two different types of recovery (physical vs. logical) and what those would mean. The data was recovered quickly, and things were explained to me in detail during every step of the process. I would highly recommend them for data recovery needs!
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Darleen Mancuso
8 months ago
I can't say enough wonderful things about QUBEX Data Recovery. My work computer crashed on Friday afternoon. I called QUBEX and Max was able to look at my computer Saturday morning. Despite the fact that he was quite busy, he contacted me within a couple hours with a quote for recovering my data, as well as another option to fix the computer. He was very courteous and patient with answering my questions. My work IT person ordered me a new laptop which did not arrive until today (Sunday). Although QUBEX is not open on Sunday, Max told me to contact him when I got the laptop, and he would work something out. He was extremely accommodating of our schedule, and arrangements were made to drop off the new laptop Sunday morning. Within a couple hours, Max contacted us to let us know the data recovery was successful. Before we left the office, Max made sure that we knew where our recovered files were located on the new laptop. He also offered to destroy the old hard drive and provide a Cerificate of Destruction. All of this was done at an amazingly reasonable rate. I'm extremely satisfied, and I couldn't have chosen a better company. I highly recommend them.
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Gene Parks
a month ago
I read all the positive reviews before taking my drive in, and from my own experience now, I can tell you they are all spot on - My 2TB Seagate External Hard Drive was failing/wouldn't stay mounted on my laptop - brought it to to Qubex and they diagnosed the problem very quickly and thankfully were able to recover all the data from my drive. Great expertise and all around service - Thanks for saving my data!
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Mike F
2 months ago
Top notch...timely, communicative, competitively priced and dialed. Best outcome from a bad situation! Back up, Back up, Back up....
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Shawna Schultz
4 months ago
We had a great experience with QUBEX. We had a hard drive fail and a project due that wasn't backed up (our bad). They worked over the weekend to get the entire 2TB drive and all 50 projects securely recovered. They were friendly and easy to work with, and they made sure we had all our data before we owed payment. 10/10 would recommend.
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Qusair Mohamedbhai
7 months ago
I used Qubex for a major data recovery project. They delivered on schedule. Great communication throughout. I couldn't be more impressed or happier. I highly recommend.

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A long awaited Samsung 850 EVO SSD Review (4TB)from THESSDREVIEW

First launched in late 2014, the Samsung 850 EVO has been one of the most successful storage products yet. With so many sold and consumers demanding more capacity, they initially expanded their capacity range to 2TB last year, however, if you thought a 2TB SSD was enough, think again. Today we have in our hands a 4TB 850 EVO with their latest 48-layer V-NAND. That’s right, a 4TB consumer SSD! Because you wanted it, they delivered. With 4TB of capacity, the Samsung 850 EVO is the largest consumer SSD out. SSDs are now starting to nip at the heels of HDDs in terms of shear storage capacity and we don’t expect it to be much longer until SSDs match or exceed them, though the price may not be as great as we hope.
Because of its large capacity, it comes with an even larger price tag. $1499.99 to be exact. While that is the cost of a whole gaming system and out of the reach of many, if you have the need for a drive of this size and the ability to buy one, there is nothing else currently comparable…except for something of the enterprise flavor, but if that were the case, you probably wouldn’t mind a few of these on top as backup drives now would you? We sure wouldn’t! Anyways, the thought of a 4TB in a laptop or desktop system used to be a dream to many, but now it can be a reality to some. Enough with the gibber gabber, let’s get on with the review shall we?
SPECIFICATIONS, PRICING, AND AVAILABILITY
The Samsung 850 EVO is a SATA 6Gb/s SSD that comes in a 2.5″ 7mm form factor as well as M.2 and mSATA form factors for those of you who need a more compact storage product. Capacities are now available from 120GB to 4TB. The 4TB model we are reviewing today goes for $1499.99. Sequential performance is rated for up to 540MB/s read and 520MB/s write while random performance is rated for up to 98,000 IOPS read and 90,000 IOPS write. Of course, RAPID mode will allow for even greater speeds for cached items when you download and install Samsung Magician, Samsung’s SSD toolbox. Furthermore, the endurance is rated for 300 TBW, the same as the 2TB model.
The Samsung 850 EVO supports TRIM, garbage collection, SMART monitoring, and AES 256-bit Full Disk Encryption (FDE) TCG/Opal V2.0 and Encrypted Drive (IEEE1667). In terms of power consumption, it also supports DevSleep, which is great for those of you who are swapping this drive out in a newer mobile platform. In addition, the MTBF rating is 2 million hours and it is covered by an impressive 5-year warranty.
PACKAGING AND COMPONENTS
The SSD ships in the traditional Samsung 850 EVO packaging. It is a nice white and grey themed box with an image of the drive on the front and the 4TB capacity. As a part of marketing we can see it is labeled with V-NAND before the 850 EVO name. On the backside we see a quote and it states the 5-year warranty among other text.SSD itself, we can see that it is no different than any other Samsung 850 EVO. It is the same black and grey design, which has always been quite favored by us.Once disassembled we can see a total of just eight 48-layer TLC V-NAND packages on a single PCB, which amazes us. Each NAND package contains 512GB of storage. That is half a terabyte of storage in the space of a thumb nail!
In addition, there is a single 4GB DRAM package as a cache buffer and Samsung’s 3-core SATA 3 MHX controller, the same as the one used in the 2TB model and part number S4LP052X01-8030. Let’s move on and get to testing! More here:https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=1182151961826355&id=473541326020759
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New World Record Setting Hard Drive Writes Information One Atom At a Time:
The advent of devices based on single dopants, such as the single-atom transistor1, the single-spin magnetometer2, 3 and the single-atom memory4, has motivated the quest for strategies that permit the control of matter with atomic precision. Manipulation of individual atoms by low-temperature scanning tunnelling microscopy5 provides ways to store data in atoms, encoded either into their charge state6, 7, magnetization state8, 9, 10 or lattice position11. A clear challenge now is the controlled integration of these individual functional atoms into extended, scalable atomic circuits. Here, we present a robust digital atomic-scale memory of up to 1 kilobyte (8,000 bits) using an array of individual surface vacancies in a chlorine-terminated Cu(100) surface. The memory can be read and rewritten automatically by means of atomic-scale markers and offers an areal density of 502 terabits per square inch, outperforming state-of-the-art hard disk drives by three orders of magnitude. Furthermore, the chlorine vacancies are found to be stable at temperatures up to 77 K, offering the potential for expanding large-scale atomic assembly towards ambient conditions.

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WD Announces My Cloud Pro Series NAS And My Passport Wireless Pro

WD unveiled the Wireless Pro Wi-Fi and My Cloud Pro, which are the latest additions to its #NASPro Series. The company ties the NAS products into the cloud with its My Cloud mobile app (iOS and Android), which allows users to edit, share and stream content. The app is also compatible with the Adobe Creative Cloud and Plex Media Server.
#WD is the fastest-growing #NAS vendor for a few reasons, such as its "finished" NAS products that come with the drives already installed. The company also offers a simplistic GUI as well as management features that are easy for normal consumers to use, as opposed to the somewhat intimidating management GUIs found with some NAS vendors. WD has a significant presence in traditional brick and mortar stores, such as #BestBuy and #Walmart, and it can be aggressive on the pricing front because it makes its own hard drives.

My Passport Wireless Pro
The svelte #WirelessPro allows you to connect via Wi-Fi (up to 802.11ac) and backup and transfer files from up to eight connected devices simultaneously. Up to four users can also stream content directly from the mobile device (albeit without transcoding), and it features up to 10 hours of battery life (under the best circumstances, of course). You can also charge other devices from the integrated 6,400 mAh battery, but this will reduce the Pro's battery life.
You can also use a direct USB 3.0 connection to transfer files quickly, and the device houses a USB 2.0 port and an SD 3.0 memory card reader. The 0.9 x 5.0 x 5.0-inch device houses a 2.5" WD Blue HDD in either 2 TB or 3 TB capacities. The lightweight device weighs only one pound.
The 3 TB Wireless Pro retails for $229.99, and the 2 TB model is selling for $199.99 and includes a two-year warranty.

My Cloud Pro Series NAS
The Pro Series NAS provides up to 32 TB of storage. The 1.6 GHz quad-core Intel Pentium N3710 with the Braswell SoC powers both models and is much faster at transcoding (due to Intel's Quick Sync technology) than the ARM-based #Marvell processors that WD employed in the past. Both models come with 4 GB of DDR3L RAM, use the My Cloud OS, and are designed to work with the Plex media server.
The two-bay #MyCloud PR2100 NAS is available without drives, or populated with 4, 8, 12 or 16 TB of storage. The four-bay My Cloud PR4100 is also available without drives, or with 8, 16, 24 or 32 TB of capacity.
The Pro Series NAS units are available on Amazon.com, B&H and the WD Store. The #PR2100 is retailing for $399.00 without drives, and up to $899.99 with 16 TB of capacity. The PR4100 weighs in at $499.99 without drives, and up to $1,649.99 with 32 TB of capacity.
The WD site indicates the #MyCloudPro Series will be in stock on June 27, 2016. The #diskless variants feature a two-year warranty, whereas the populated models come with a three-year warranty. More here:https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=1162527217122163&id=473541326020759
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‪#‎Drobo‬ 5Dt Supports Both Thunderbolt 2 And USB 3.0
Drobo has released five new products in the past year and shows no signs of slowing down. The newest entry to the list is a direct-attached storage system that features five 3.5-inch drive bays and a special ‪#‎mSATA‬ slot for SSD cache. The real performance increase comes from the available bandwidth back to the host system.
The ‪#‎Drobo5Dt‬ increases performance with two ‪#‎Thunderbolt2‬ (20 Gbps) connections. Thunderbolt allows products to be daisy chained using cables connected from one device to the next. The interface is capable of delivering high storage throughput performance and still carry a 4K video signal to a monitor.
The system also features a single USB 3.0 (5 Gbps) connection for legacy devices, as many home computers still don't have support for Thunderbolt technology. The high speed interface allows the system to increase burst and large sequential file performance that's available from Drobo's BeyondRAID architecture.
The Drobo 5D series has been the go-to-product for users who need to travel with large capacity, high-bandwidth storage. Giving users the ability to connect the system over two interfaces increases the number of systems with which the 5Dt is compatible.
The Drobo 5Dt is available today at the Drobo Store for $899.99 (diskless). Drobo also offers the system fully configured with hard disk drives for an additional fee. Options range from 15TB ($1,549) to 30TB ($2,999). All of the configurations include a 128GB mSATA SSD for improved performance. Drobo claimed the SSD delivers up to a 3x performance increase. The systems ships with three years of DroboCare warranty coverage standard.https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=1161024480605770&id=473541326020759
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Samsung's First 1TB NVMe M.2 SSD: SM961 Shipping Next Week
Rod Bland, CEO and Upgrade Evangelist of RamCity, revealed that a shipment of Samsung ‪#‎SM961‬ 1TB SSDs are en route to his company. The SM961 is faster than the previous generation SM951 and retail ‪#‎950Pro‬. The new OEM-targeted ‪#‎NVMeSSD‬ uses a new controller that should produce less heat, a move aimed at reducing thermal throttle conditions. The Polaris controller boosts ‪#‎VNAND‬ performance up to 3,200 MB/s (sequential read) and up to 450,000 random read IOPS at queue depth 32.
The SM961 will ship in four capacity sizes, but we don't expect to see the small 128GB used outside of the OEM and system integrator market. ‪#‎RamCity‬ plans to carry the 256GB, 512GB and 1TB drives. We learned the initial pricing details and found a presale page for the SM961 1TB.
The first thing that stands out to us is the pricing. The SM961 costs less than the Samsung 950 Pro 256GB and 512GB. The large 1TB model is unrivaled in the NVMe M.2 form factor. The drive sells for half of the price of Intel's SSD 750 1.2TB. The pricing listed above comes from RamCity and was listed in USD.
Samsung hasn't replied to our questions about the new Polaris controller nor the ‪#‎flash‬. We suspect the controller uses an 8-channel design and a new process node to reduce heat output to combat thermal throttling. We also expect the SM961 1TB to use 3rd generation V-NAND technology like the ‪#‎Samsung‬ #Portable SSD T3. Samsung's third-gen V-NAND stacks 48 layers high and doubles the density of previous 32-layer (Gen2) V-NAND flash.More here:https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=1159627900745428&id=473541326020759
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Seagate Announces 10TB Consumer HDD Lineup With Five Year Warranty: ‪#‎Barracuda‬ ‪#‎BarracudaPro‬ ‪#‎FireCuda‬ ‪#‎IronWolf‬ ‪#‎IronWolfPro‬ ‪#‎SkyHawk‬
Seagate unveiled its new 10 TB helium-powered Guardian Series range of HDDs. The series includes the 10 TB Seagate BarraCuda and Barracuda Pro HDDs for desktop PCs, the IronWolf for NAS and the SkyHawk for surveillance environments. Seagate also threw in a speedy FireCuda SSHD, but its capacity is limited to 2 TB.
All of the new offerings feature conventional PMR technology, and Seagate extended some enterprise-class features and market-leading warranty periods to several of the new consumer products.
BarraCuda and BarraCuda Pro
Seagate abandoned the BarraCuda naming convention a few years ago, but it is back with the unveiling of the BarraCuda and the BarraCuda Pro HDDs. Both products offer a 10 TB model that uses a helium design with 7 platters and 14 heads, while lower capacity models have standard air-based designs and varying head/platter counts.
The BarraCuda Pro is the more attractive of the two models, largely because it is faster than the standard BarraCuda model. The Pro comes in the 3.5" form factor at 6, 8 and 10 TB capacities, spins at 7,200-RPM and features a 5-year warranty. The 10 TB of capacity is impressive because it is the largest desktop HDD on the market (displacing the Toshiba 8 TB X300), but the five-year warranty period is even more impressive.
HDD vendors abandoned long warranty periods for consumer-class HDDs in the wake of the supply-restricting 2011 Thailand floods. The "new normal" for desktop PC HDDs is two years, which the BarraCuda Pro more than doubles. The WD Black, which tops out at 6 TB, also offers a five-year warranty. Seagate has the majority of desktop market share (at 43 percent Q1 2016), but it has been the subject of persistent accusations of poor quality. This is due, in part, to the Backblaze HDD reliability reports, so Seagate likely geared the warranty extension to address those reliability concerns in the desktop/enthusiast space. In either case, the five-year warranty could spur other vendors to reciprocate in the broader desktop HDD segment.
HDDs have workload ratings, which are an endurance meter that indicates how much use the vendor designed the drive for. The BarraCuda Pro breaks new ground with a 300 TB-per-year workload rating. Seagate also designed the Pro to withstand 24x7 use, while most companies design standard desktop models for 8x5 use-cases. From outward appearances, the 10 TB Pro model is very similar to the Seagate Enterprise Capacity 10 TB drive, albeit with the removal of a few enterprise features.
The Pro uses Seagate's Multi-Tier Caching (MTC) technology, which boosts random write performance significantly. The Pro model also features a relaxed 1 per 10^14 error rate compared to the enterprise models (standard for desktop HDDs). The Pro employs a 256 MB buffer on the 8 and 10 TB models and a 128 MB buffer on the drives with less capacity. Seagate indicates that the Pro offers up to 220 MB/s of sustained sequential transfer speed.
Seagate designed the standard BarraCuda model, which comes in 2.5" (500 GB to 2 TB) and 3.5" form factors (500 GB to 4 TB), for the regular 8x5 use-case. It features a 55 TB-per-year workload rating and does not include the performance-boosting MCT technology. The standard model slots in as the value-centric offering and comes with the standard two-year warranty and a 5,900-RPM spindle speed.
The 10 TB BarraCuda Pro debuts at $534.99, while the standard BarraCuda 2TB and 3TB models retail for $80.99 and $99.99, respectively.
FireCuda
The FireCuda appears to be a new spin on the old SSHD jam, and it comes in 2.5" (1TB) and 3.5" (1, 2 TB) flavors. The drive only carries 8 GB of flash, which is curious because Seagate's latest Desktop SSHDs employ up to 32 GB of flash. The drives feature an upgrade to a five-year warranty, however, which might make them a competitive entry in the entry-level performance segment. The FireCuda 1TB and 2TB models retail for $84.99 and $109.99, respectively.
IronWolf And IronWolf Pro NAS HDDs
The IronWolf NAS HDDs bring helium to the Seagate NAS platform with a wide range of capacity points that span from 1 TB to 10 TB. The IronWolf drives feature a standard three-year warranty and a 180 TB-per-year workload rating, both of which are less desirable in comparison to the BarraCuda desktop HDDs. However, the IronWolf series features AgileArray NAS-optimized firmware (for RAID applications), dual-plane balancing, advanced power management and the notable addition of RV (Rotational Vibration) sensors.
Seagate added the RV sensors on the 6, 8 and 10 TB models to help the drive sense, and thus counteract external vibrations. RV sensors increase durability and reliability in multi-drive environments. HDD vendors typically restrict RV sensors to enterprise-class HDDs, so the addition is a significant improvement for smaller consumer-oriented NAS. No other NAS drive for 1 to 8 bay devices offers RV sensors.
The IronWolf HDDs are good for up to 8-bay deployments and feature an industry-leading 256 MB cache. Seagate also offers its Seagate Rescue as an optional "just-in-case" data recovery insurance.
The 10 TB IronWolf has a $469.99 MSRP. Seagate is launching an IronWolf Pro in the fall, but we do not have details yet.
SkyHawk Surveillance HDDs
Seagate also introduced 10 TB helium HDDs to the surveillance space. Surveillance HDDs feature optimized firmware that reduces dropped frames in multi-stream recording environments (up to 64 cameras simultaneously) and are designed to operate 24x7. The drives feature RV sensors, a 180 TB-per-year workload rating and a three-year warranty. The 10 TB SkyHawk retails for $459.99.
What It All Means
Seagate is planting its 10 TB helium flag in the ground in several segments that its competitors have not addressed with 10 TB drives. The desktop PC drives do come at a premium, but Seagate is currently the only game in town for a 10 TB desktop HDD, not to mention a 10 TB with a five-year warranty.
The five-year warranty periods are a welcome sight in the desktop segment. Only 10 percent of shipping desktop PCs come with an SSD, and that is not projected to change radically any time soon. This means that the desktop segment is still a competitive market for the HDD vendors, and we can expect others to respond in kind with 10 TB HDDs with longer warranty periods soon, which should also help reduce prices. Seagate also has SMR HDDs shipping, which utilizes a new denser recording method to store data than its new 10 TB HDD platform. The addition of SMR technology to this same helium platform could provide 12+ TB HDDs in the very near future. More here:https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=1182143918493826&id=473541326020759
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Samsung Introduces World’s First Universal Flash Storage (‪#‎UFS‬) Removable Memory Card Line-up, Offering up to 256-Gigabyte (GB) Capacity
Samsung Electronics, the world leader in advanced memory technology, today unveiled the industry’s first removable memory cards based on the JEDEC Universal Flash Storage (UFS) 1.0 Card Extension Standard*, for use in high-resolution mobile shooting devices such as DSLRs, 3D ‪#‎VR‬ cameras, action cams and drones. Coming in a wide range of storage capacities including 256, 128, 64 and 32 gigabyte (GB), Samsung’s UFS cards are expected to bring a significant performance boost to the external memory storage market, allowing much more satisfying multimedia experiences.
“Our new 256GB UFS card will provide an ideal user experience for digitally-minded consumers and lead the industry in establishing the most competitive memory card solution,” said Jung-bae Lee, senior vice president, Memory Product Planning & Application Engineering, Samsung Electronics “By launching our new high-capacity, high-performance UFS card line-up, we are changing the growth paradigm of the memory card market to prioritize performance and user convenience above all.”
Samsung’s new 256GB UFS removable memory card ─ simply referred to as the UFS card will provide greatly improved user experiences, especially in high-resolution 3D ‪#‎gaming‬ and high-resolution movie playback. It provides more than five times faster sequential read performance compared to that of a typical microSD card, reading sequentially at 530 megabytes per second (MB/s) which is similar to the sequential read speed of the most widely used SATA SSDs. With this UFS card, consumers have the ability to read a 5GB, Full-HD movie in approximately 10 seconds, compared to a typical UHS-1 microSD card, which would take over 50 seconds with 95MB/s of sequential reading speed. Also, at a random read rate of 40,000 IOPS, the 256GB card delivers more than 20 times higher random read performance compared to a typical ‪#‎microSD‬, which offers approximately 1,800 IOPS.
When it comes to writing, the new 256GB UFS card processes 35,000 random IOPS, which is 350 times higher than the 100 IOPs of a typical microSD card, and attains a 170MB/s sequential write speed, almost doubling the top-end microSD card speed. With these substantial performance improvements, the new 256GB UFS card significantly reduces multimedia data downloading time, ‪#‎photo‬ ‪#‎thumbnail‬ loading time and buffer clearing time in burst shooting mode, which, collectively, can be particularly beneficial to DSLR camera users. To shoot 24 large/extra fine JPEG photographs (1,120 megabyte (MB)-equivalent) continuously with a high-end DSLR camera, the 256GB UFS card takes less than seven seconds, compared to a UHS-1 microSD card which typically takes about 32 seconds, at 35MB/s.
To achieve the highest performance and most power-efficient data transport, the UFS card supports multiple commands with command queuing features and enables simultaneous reading and writing through the use of separately dedicated paths, doubling throughput.
As the leading memory storage provider, Samsung has been aggressive in preparing UFS solutions for the marketplace, while contributing to JEDEC standardization of the Universal Flash Storage 2.0 specification in September 2013 and the Universal Flash Storage (UFS) 1.0 ‪#‎Card‬ Extension standard in March 2016. Following its introduction of the industry-first 128GB embedded UFS chip in January 2015, the company successfully launched a 256GB embedded UFS memory for high-end mobile devices in February of this year. As of earlier this month, Samsung also completed the Universal ‪#‎Flash‬ Storage Association** (UFSA)’s certification program that evaluates electrical and functional specifications for compatibility of a UFS card, and Samsung’s new UFS card products were approved as UFSA-certified UFS cards with the right to use the official UFS logo for the first time in the industry.
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