- News tagged "storage"
Tuesday, 25 Feb 2014
Designed to scale video storage, the drive now incorporates rotational vibration (RV) sensors enabling it to reliably perform in systems with up to 16 drives, making it ideal for SMEs where bulk storage for HD video and video analytics are highly valued.
Wednesday, 5 Feb 2014
Toshiba has announced the addition of storage products to its Singapore online store. In addition to Toshiba laptops, customers can now purchase Toshiba FlashAir Wireless SD cards, high performance Exceria SD cards, as well as Q-series SSDs online.
Thursday, 23 Jan 2014
Evolving from the 20nm-based Vertex 450, the new Vertex 460 uses the company's proprietary Barefoot 3 (BF3) M10 controller with Toshiba's 19nm MLC NAND flash memory, and are rated to deliver 20GB of host writes per day for a 3-year warranty.
Wednesday, 22 Jan 2014
Ewan Birney, Associate Director of the European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI), has noted that a single gram of DNA can store about one petabyte (1000TB) of data.
Friday, 17 Jan 2014
SATA too limiting for you? Plextor has got you covered with their new M6e PCI-e SSD, which was designed for gamers and was only just announced at CES 2014.
Monday, 13 Jan 2014
The new Professional 1066x 256GB CF card and Professional 800x 256GB/512GB CF cards include a free copy of the latest version of the Image Rescue software, and are backed by a limited lifetime warranty.
Tuesday, 7 Jan 2014
Who says external hard drives have to look boring? LaCie's latest external hard drives are out of this world gorgeous and look nothing like the gadgets we've known.
Monday, 6 Jan 2014
Named the "Little Big Disk", it powers on a set of 500GB PCIe Gen 2 SSDs in RAID 0, and allows streaming and editing of 4K or 3D videos while in the field, making it ideal for video professionals.
Tuesday, 24 Dec 2013
Western Digital is halting production of its hard drives with PATA interface from 29 December. Read on for more details.
Thursday, 19 Dec 2013
Despite its minute size, the Atom retains USB 3.0 extreme performance while exercising low power consumption. Backwards compatible with USB 2.0 and 1.1 standards, the new flash drive lets you plug and leave it in the USB port while working on-the-go without obstruction.