Wednesday, 25 Jun 2014
Following up on its big acquisition of LSI Corporation last year, Avago has just announced that it is acquiring PCIe specialists PLX Technology for US$309 million in cash.
Wednesday, 18 Jun 2014
HP Chief Technology Officer Martin Fink has recently announced the Machine, which he claims will radically change the state of current computing architecture. If it ever see the day of light, the Machine will boast of memristors for storage, and photonics-driven interconnect technology.
Tuesday, 17 Jun 2014
SanDisk has just announced that it has acquired Fusion-io for US$1.1 billion in cash. The move signals SanDisk's determination to battle in the tightly-contested enterprise and flash data center market.
Friday, 13 Jun 2014
Intel has just announced three new series of PCI-based enterprise-level SSDs. They also feature NVM Express (NVMe) technology that is touted to reduce latencies and boost system performance.
JMicron has announced its JMF670H SATA Express SSD controller series, the new application of its USB3.0 to SATA controllers, as well as made its USB3.1 technology debut at Computex 2014.
Tuesday, 10 Jun 2014
Seagate has announced that the Seagate Wireless Plus mobile device storage now consists of a family of capacities at 1TB and 2TB versions with integration with cloud services, such as Dropbox and Google Drive.
Friday, 6 Jun 2014
At Computex 2014, OCZ Storage Solutions is unveiling a new Vector Series drive which includes an advanced feature-set specifically designed for workstations and entry-level servers.
HyperX has introduced the HyperX Impact memory for gamers and enthusiasts who want to upgrade and boost performance in their laptops and small form factor PCs, as well as the HyperX Fury SSD for entry-level gamers.
Kingston has announced its second generation MobileLite wireless media streamer, the MobileLite Wireless G2, as well as its M.2 2280 SATA SSD, at Computex 2014.
Toshiba's latest and greatest A19nm Flash chips found its way into OCZ's latest Vector 180 Series SSD. It's not surprising at all, but it'll be interesting to see where it'll take us in terms of performance.