- News tagged "storage"
Tuesday, 17 Sep 2013
Capable of achieving read and write speeds of up to 420MBps and 330MBps respectively in UAS Turbo Mode, the Drive SSD comes with significantly increased shock resistance and high temperature tolerance.
Tuesday, 10 Sep 2013
Silicon Power has announced that it is ready to showcase its Thunderbolt storage products, including Thunder T11, Thunder T20, Thunder T30, and Thunder T50, at the IDF 2013.
The Seagate Ultra Mobile HDD comes integrated with the Seagate Mobile Enablement Kit which includes Seagate's Dynamic Data Driver software technology. It delivers up to 7 times the storage capacity of a traditional 64GB tablet with the same power, performance, and reliability of a flash device.
Wednesday, 21 Aug 2013
Available in capacities of 60GB, 120GB, and 240GB, the 7mm-high Force Series LS SSDs can be installed into most desktop or notebook PC with a standard 2.5- or 3.5-inch drive bay.
Wednesday, 7 Aug 2013
Samsung has just introduced the world's first 3D Vertical NAND memory chip, which it says can help overcome the limitations of current flash technology.
Friday, 2 Aug 2013
Diablo Technology's new MCS architecture will enable ultra-fast storage and terabytes of flash storage by implementing NAND flash on your memory channel.
Thursday, 1 Aug 2013
Dell has announced new storage solutions and expanded analytics capabilities designed to help businesses improve their IT performance, support data insights and reduce overall costs.
Wednesday, 31 Jul 2013
Based on a native USB 3.0 controller chip and implementing advanced dual-channel technology, the MX-LX USB 3.0 flash drive is encased in a durable aluminum housing, and is fully backward compatible with USB 2.0 ports.
Monday, 29 Jul 2013
Intel has announced its new SSD 530 Series of high-performance, high-end SSDs. The new drives will come in a variety of form factors, including mSATA and M.2, and capacity points, from 80GB to 480GB.
Wednesday, 24 Jul 2013
The Seagate Enterprise Turbo SSHD comes in capacities of up to 600GB, and provides up to a threefold increase in random performance over existing 15K-RPM drives.