What is HSDL?
Unsatisfied with current interface options, OCZ developed High Speed Data Link or HSDL, to eliminate the existing I/O bottlenecks and take SSD technology to new heights. HSDL is capable of running up to 20Gbps of data bandwidth per channel, far surpassing the speed of existing storage interfaces. OCZ’s Cutting Edge HSDL interface is the answer to the SATA bottleneck and the driving force behind the IBIS SSD.
The OCZ IBIS Series redefines desktop storage and surpasses at the limitations currently placed on not only hard drives, but other SSDs. As the first SSD to make use of the trailblazing HSDL interface, the IBIS delivers dominating performance for a faster, more responsive PC experience that is bootable to run the latest OS. Developed for blazing speeds to increase productivity for an enhanced computing experience, the IBIS is capable of delivering 750MB/s read/write speeds and up to 125,000 random write IOPS. Each IBIS features a robust 3.5” aluminum housing and is bundled with a single port HSDL adapter card.