We are updating our SSD migration guide, so whether you are using Windows or Mac, here's how you can clone your existing hard drive onto a spanking new SSD, thereby relieving you of the tedious process of re-installing your OS and apps.
Crucial has announced new high-density Ballistix DDR4 16GB modules for gamers and professional content creators. It's also updated its Storage Executive SSD Toolbox, introducing a new intelligent caching feature called Momentum Cache.
Micron has announced new 16nm triple-level-cell NAND at Computex 2015, targeted at providing cost-effective and reliable flash for consumer applications.
The interface on NVMe-based 2.5-inch SSDs shall henceforth be known as U.2 from today. If you still haven't found what you're looking for in SSDs, U.2 will be the answer in terms of efficiency and performance.
SanDisk has announced its Z400s SSDs, a low-cost series of drives targeted at PC OEMs and embedded systems designers. The new drives will be available in a variety of form factors and capacities.
OCZ has just announced its new NVMe compliant Z-Drive 6000 PCIe SSD. Available in various capacity points, endurance ratings and for different workloads, these drives are targeted squarely at enterprise applications.
A senior researcher at Seagate has just published a paper that says that heat can significantly reduce the "shelf life" of data stored on SSDs.
OCZ has refreshed its Vector drive with the new Vector 180. The new drive uses OCZ’s in-house developed Barefoot 3 controller and now features power loss protection. We check out this new drive to see if it’s a worthy alternative to kingpins from Samsung and Crucial.
Patriot has completed its SSD line-up with the M.2 version of its Ignite series SSDs. The company now offers the full range of SSDs in the 2.5-inch, M.2 and mSATA form factors.
Intel’s new SSD 750 series is designed for very high throughput performance and low latency thanks to a third generation Intel controller, optimized for the NVMe protocol to take advantage of the ultra fast PCI Express interface. Trust us, you'll want one in your system.