All Storage News
Friday, 25 Apr 2014
OCZ has just introduced the new RevoDrive 350 PCIe SSD, utilizing premium Toshiba NAND memory and four SandForce SF-2282 controllers, for the most discerning users and enthusiasts.
Tuesday, 15 Apr 2014
According to rumors, AMD could be teaming up with Toshiba to produce its own brand of SSDs to offer more value in the forms of bundles.
With a price comparable to SATA SSDs, the new PCIe-based SSDs will clock in a read time of 1Gbps, and reduce boot up, calculation, and graphic response times, even with 4K videos.
Monday, 14 Apr 2014
Featuring identical hardware and performance as the N7710-G and N8810U-G, the new NAS servers come with stock support for 10GbE connectivity, via a PCIe add-on card. Also, each unit houses the two HDMI and VGA multimedia ports, as well as two USB 3.0, six USB 2.0, and two single gigabit Ethernet ports.
Friday, 11 Apr 2014
The SanDisk Extreme Pro SDHC/SDXC UHS-II card offers up to 250MBps write speeds for continuous burst mode shooting and transfer speeds of up to 280MBps for maximum workflow efficiency.
Tuesday, 8 Apr 2014
Seagate has refreshed its Backup Plus lineup of portable external hard disk drives with the new Backup Plus FAST and Backup Plus Slim.
The new HDD builds on an 8th-gen platform that enables the drive to deliver up to a 25% increase in performance over present 6TB drives, making it ideal for 24x7 bulk data storage. Utilizing the latest generation of 12Gbps SAS, the drive provides customers with the scalability for future-proofing their systems.
Monday, 7 Apr 2014
LaCie has just announced three new Thunderbolt 2 storage devices that are targeted at professionals who demand the utmost in speed and bandwidth.
Monday, 31 Mar 2014
SanDisk has announced that its new ULLtraDIMM memory storage solution is now shipping for qualification with select enterprise servers, and some analysts believe it could be "game-changing".
Available in 2TB and 4TB capacities, My Passport Pro is directly powered via the integrated Thunderbolt cable, and features a user-selectable RAID function, which lets users choose data striping (RAID 0) for high performance or mirroring (RAID 1) for data redundancy, depending on the user's needs.