News tagged ‘storage’
Tuesday, 3 Dec 2013
ASUStor will be displaying its series of NAS devices at the upcoming CES 2014 happening on the 6th-9th of January.
Monday, 2 Dec 2013
As man seeks to quench his insatiable thirst for faster memory and greater capacities, over 20 firms have agreed to jointly developed MRAM as the new memory standard.
Tuesday, 19 Nov 2013
Netgear has just launched the ReadyNAS 716, a high-end NAS that enables easy storage and extreme throughput for businesses and campus environments, supporting up to 500 concurrent users.
Thursday, 7 Nov 2013
Seagate has just announced that its Samsung hard drive division will be shipping the 2.5-inch Spinpoint M9T, a 2TB HDD that measures only 9.5mm, making it the world's thinnest in the market -- for now.
Tuesday, 5 Nov 2013
OS X Mavericks have reported that upgrading to the latest OS has caused them to lose data on their external storage devices.
Friday, 25 Oct 2013
Toshiba has just launched its first 7mm thick, two-platter 2.5-inch hard drive, which has up to 1TB of storage capacity. Its small form factor is ideal for use in Ultrabooks, a category of notebooks that are extremely thin-and-light.
Tuesday, 8 Oct 2013
The ZT3 has a ZIF/IDE interface and 1.8-inch form factor and is available in both MLC and SLC NAND Flash and capacities of 16GB to 256GB.
Thursday, 3 Oct 2013
By simply connecting a My Cloud personal cloud drive to the Internet, consumers get the anywhere, any-device access they can get from the public cloud, without having to pay monthly fees or giving up control of their personal data.
Friday, 27 Sep 2013
The new models are 2.5-inch, 6Gbps MLC drives that implement the Deneva 2 SSD Series feature-set and are built around a smaller NAND flash process geometry.
Wednesday, 18 Sep 2013
The AS 2 NAS series consists of two sub-series - the AS-20XT series (AS-202T/AS-204T) offers users the essentials for creating a personal cloud, while the AS-20XTE series (AS-202TE/AS-204TE) provides users both personal cloud and digital entertainment functionality.