CeBIT 2011 - Patriot showcase Javelin S4 NAS and Wildfire SATAIII SSD

👤by David Mitchelson Comments 📅13-03-11

Patriot had an impressive booth at CeBIT 2011 and were out to impress with a plethora of new and existing products some of which included a new NAS solution called Javelin, Wildfire SATAIII SSD, memory kits and USB 3.0 solutions.

Javelin S4

On display at CeBIT Patriot had their new Javelin S4 which is a NAS solution that can accommodate up to 12TB drives (4x3TB). The S4 can act as a media server providing a solid platform for audio, video and image streaming. Check out the impressive features and specifications below:

- 4 x 3.5-inch drive bays
- Supports SATA & SAS HDDs
- eSATA external expansion
- 2 x USB 2.0 ports
- 256MB DDR2-800 ram
- 128MB flash memory (for OS)
- Print server capable
- iTunes server capable
- Logitech Squeezebox? Server capable
- TimeMachine compatible
- Integrated BitTorrent client
- UPnP Compatible
- DLNA� compatible
- Remote media playback (via browser or Android/iOS app)
- Share your media with anyone in the world
- Automatic backup
- Multiple user management

The S4 should be available to buy anytime soon.


As well as memory, Patriot has been a brand that have been providing the consumer with SSDs since they entered the market. Their current range is both affordable and competitive. Their latest SSD series named Wildfire sees the SSD take on the SATAIII interface, so as you would imagine – greater bandwidth is available. Patriot had their Inferno SATAII SSD compared against the Wildfire SATAIII SSD to illustrate the performance gain that can be had. See the photo below showing ATTO benchmark performance for Inferno vs. Wildfire. Wildfire offers almost double the performance from a SATAII SSD. Impressive stuff!

Expect the Patriot Wildfire to ship in Q2 2011 in 64GB, 128GB and 256GB capacities.

- SandForce® SF-2200 SSD processor
- SATA 6.0 Gb/s interface
- Up to 500 MB/s sequential read and write speeds