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e-disk

(1) (Electronic Disk) A brand of solid state disk drives from BITMICRO Networks, Inc. See SSD.

(2) (Emulated-disk) See RAM disk.
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BiTMICRO has responded to these challenges with its E-Disk Fibre Channel and Ultra320 SCSI flash disks featuring random I/O rates of up to 11,700 IOPS and duplex burst read/write rates of up to 400 MB/sec.
The EPCI-PSC-000 was certified to be interoperable with E-Disk 3S40 while EPCI-UL4S-000 and EPCI-UL4D-000 are compatible with the E-Disk 3S320.
A small Edinburgh firm have beaten electronics giants to perfect a cheap, computerised card called an E-disk.