News tagged ‘ssd’
Friday, 7 Sep 2012
Micron and SanDisk shares both jumped after OCZ lowered its forecast for second quarter earnings due to an impending shortage of NAND memory chips.
Tuesday, 28 Aug 2012
Named Hawk, these Hynix-built SSDs was based on SandForce's SF2281 controller and SK Hynix Flash. Available in capacities of 120GB and 240GB, the 2.5-inch Hawk drive offers sequential read and write speeds of 510MB/s and 470MB/s respectively.
The new enterprise-class E100 SSD achieves up to 10 times improvements in endurance and reliability over client SSDs on existing hardware, while significantly reducing the physical footprint as notably fewer SSDs are needed to handle tasks of many traditional HDDs.
Tuesday, 17 Jul 2012
A new 2.5-inch SATA 3Gbps SSD, the Velox V70 comes in a brushed aluminum cover coated in metallic gold and features optimized firmware and advanced Toggle/Synchronous NAND flash while using the latest SandForce SF-2281 controller.
Friday, 13 Jul 2012
Adopting the SATA 3.0 interface, the SAFD 25A SSD offers a maximum sequential speed of 475/360MBps and IOPs of up to 50,000, making it as efficient as a RAID array consisting of 50 to 60 mechanical hard drives.
Thursday, 5 Jul 2012
Designed for industrial computer systems and automatic applications, it is capable of running stably even under very low or very high environments.
Monday, 2 Jul 2012
Named the RunCore Mini DOM, the first single chip SATA II DOM SSD by RunCore is designed for use in a variety of different mission-critical system setups even under the most taxing circumstances.
Wednesday, 27 Jun 2012
Seagate has announced a partnership with DensBits, an Israeli company whose memory controller (Memory Modem) technology will be used in its low-cost, high-performance upcoming SSDs. Seagate also made an undisclosed investment in DensBits as a development of their new strategic relationship.
Thursday, 14 Jun 2012
Apacer hopes to capitalize on the popularity of SSDs (Solid-state drives) among the Ultrabook and Tablet PC brethren with the release of its compact mSATA A1 modular SSD.
Wednesday, 13 Jun 2012
It was unearthed that the 'self encrypting' feature which Kingston had marketed on both the SSDNow V+200 and KC100 lines run in 128-bit AES encryption mode, not the originally stated 256-bit mode.