Introducing ExpressCache from Diskeeper
ExpressCache from Diskeeper improves PC speeds by incorporating Solid State Drive (SSD) technology advances into a Windows 7 system to provide near-instantaneous access to the most frequently accessed data.
Comprised of User mode and Kernel Mode components, ExpressCache uses the SSD as an intelligent cache, coupled with an HDD, to improve overall system performance and greatly speed up Windows PC startup, application launches and data access speed.
· Reduces boot times by up to 60%+ and keeps them optimum for the life of the system
· Intelligent automatic caching of the applications and data that the user needs
· Ability to preload applications in cache for optimal first use performance
· Selectable quantity of SSD storage to be used
· Compatible with other Windows applications as it operates as a Windows component
· Monitors application I/O activity, cache use and cache hit rates and adjusts caching to maintain maximum application performance from the amount of SSD storage available
· Maintains full safety and integrity of all data in event of SSD failure or removal, as well as unclean shutdowns resulting from power outages
· Operates automatically, invisibly and silently in the background, with no user interaction required
· Uses file fragmentation prevention technology to improve file system performance using Diskeeper® high performance defragmentation engines
· Supports ATA8-ACS2 TRIM specifications for SSD optimization
· ExpressCache speeds up overall system, boot up and application performance (cache hit rates in 80%-99% range)
· Any combination of SSD and HDD can be used, making it a far more flexible solution than Hybrid Hard Drives. Individual components can be upgraded independent of the other
· ExpressCache increases file system performance while maintaining the full safety and integrity of all system data
· ExpressCache provides superior overall performance than SSD systems at a fraction of the cost
ExpressCache is available for license to OEMs and computer manufacturers for broad scale deployment in 2011, so expect to see it on a laptop near you very soon! I think this looks very interesting and we will bring you more on this in the near future.
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