- News tagged "ssd"
Tuesday, 8 Jan 2013
Mushkin is unveiling its latest range of products at their 1,800 square foot suite at CES 2013.
Thursday, 6 Dec 2012
Plextor has just released a new firmware for their M5 Pro SSD that will enable the drive to achieve up to 100,000 IOPS.
Wednesday, 28 Nov 2012
OCZ has just announced their new flagship Vector SSD Series, featuring an all-new proprietary Barefoot 3 controller.
Thursday, 15 Nov 2012
Powered by an LSI SandForce Flash Storage processor (FSP) solution customized for Kingston, the SSDNow V300 is optimized for industry-leading 19nm NAND Flash memory to deliver sequential read and write speeds of up to 450MBps.
Friday, 12 Oct 2012
The shipments of SSDs have risen sharply this year despite weak ultrabook sales. This is according to iSuppli who expects this trend to continue as these flash memory-based drives become increasingly common in non-budget notebooks and desktop PCs by the latter half of this decade.
Tuesday, 18 Sep 2012
An easy-to-install SSD caching solution, it boosts a desktop computer's boot, shutdown, and application launch time, allowing for a more responsive computing experience, while utilizing the existing hard drive's storage.
Friday, 7 Sep 2012
The Neutron Series and Neutron Series GTX SSDs are now available in 120GB and 240GB capacities. The Neutron Series GTX 480GB is expected to be available in 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.