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Transcend's 720 series has its fans. No exceptional specs, but they've been in the flash business for a long time and know how to put out a quality product.
But SSDs don't only come in SATA-based, drive-shaped packages. Another popular way to use SSDs is as PCIe cards, especially for servers, though hard-core gamers also buy them.
Big advantage: lower latency since they don't have to go through the entire storage stack to read and write data.
Fusion-io pioneered this form factor for servers. Their design uses ECC for all DRAM buffers - a nice detail if data integrity is vital - but you pay for the quality. Most system vendors OEM Fusion-io for their servers.
Virident - who won a big investment from Seagate - has PCIe SSDs in a variety of capacities. Usually less expensive than Fusion-io.
If you are running a storage area network - SAN - you might want a shared resource accessible over Fibre Channel. You'll pay enterprise prices, but the performance is stunning.