Friday, 16 Nov 2012
QNAP has released the new Turbo NAS V3.0 firmware, which incorporates enhancements to Turbo NAS multimedia applications and new business features.
Thursday, 15 Nov 2012
Powered by an LSI SandForce Flash Storage processor (FSP) solution customized for Kingston, the SSDNow V300 is optimized for industry-leading 19nm NAND Flash memory to deliver sequential read and write speeds of up to 450MBps.
Everspin Technologies has started shipping its own ST-MRAM (Spin-Torque Magnetoresistive Random Access Memory) chips to select customers. Its ST-MRAM stores data in a magnetic state and does not suffer wear-out or data retention issues associated with Flash storage technology.
Micron Technology and AgigA Technology have announced that they will collaborate to develop NVDIMM technology for high performance computing and storage platforms.
Wednesday, 14 Nov 2012
Designed with a premium aluminum enclosure, the new My Book Studio drive comes with USB 3.0 capability and is available in capacities of 1TB, 2TB, 3TB, and 4TB.
Wednesday, 7 Nov 2012
Synology has introduced its most powerful 2-bay DiskStation NAS, the DS713+. Built to save users time, the NAS is able to quickly scale up to 28TB of raw storage by taking advantage of the DX513 expansion module.
Monday, 5 Nov 2012
Seagate has joined the DECE (Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem), an open, cross-industry consortium of movie studios and technology companies which developed and operate UltraViolet.
Thursday, 1 Nov 2012
Expanding the existing NexStar HX series released earlier this year, the Vantec NexStar HX4 quad bay storage enclosure is now capable of supporting more terabytes of usable storage space up to four drives simultaneously and RAID redundancy modes for more advanced users.
The "A-Drive", one of the world's thinnest 5mm hybrid hard drive in a 2.5-inch form factor, was officially launched to commemorate the Data Storage Institute's (DSI) 20 years of R&D in the area of data storage capabilities.
The 64GB Kingston microSDXC Class 10 memory card operates on the exFAT file system that is designed to handle extremely large volumes of data, such as files bigger than 4GB, and offers a speed "class" rating known as Class 10 that delivers a 10MBps minimum sustained transfer rate for optimum performance with microSDXC compatible devices.