SanDisk reported that they have figured out a way to make Solid State Drives (SSD) write 100X faster using a technology called Extreme Flash File System. This approach has new design elements such as Page-based algorithm, Fully non-blocking architecture and User Pattern learning.
“A new flash file system known as ExtremeFFS uses a page-based method that no longer ties the logical location of data on the drive to its physical space. Instead, it dynamically writes and alters the position of data based on where it would be most efficient as well as the user’s own habits.”
Estimated shippind date? SanDisk promises, sometime in 2009.