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Marvell's public demo of the HyperDuo hybrid storage solution at CES 2011.

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The controller as seen here has two SATA ports to support a solid-state drive and a hard drive.

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A 256GB Micron RealSSD SSD drive and a 1TB hard drive that supports 6Gbps SATA interface are used for the demo.

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The whole system is similar to that of a normal desktop computer that has two separate drives.

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The demo shows the read and write speeds of the solution: around 350MBps for reading and 210MBps for writing.

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The BIOS interface of the controller card, which allows users to switch between Capacity and Safe modes.

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Hardware components that support the HyperDuo solution from third-party vendors.

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