- News tagged "ssd"
Wednesday, 27 Jan 2016
According to reports, Toshiba could be on its way out of the HDD business to focus on building SSDs and flash memory.
Tuesday, 19 Jan 2016
OCZ has just announced that its ShieldPlus warranty program has just been extended to 66 more countries, including Singapore!
Thursday, 7 Jan 2016
This tilted aluminum box with chrome mirror finish and dual M.2 SSD drives in RAID 0 is described to be a trophy for tech connoisseurs. After coming face-to-face with it, we certainly don't deny it, even if it's a little over-the-top. Would you pay US$1,400 for it?
Thursday, 22 Oct 2015
Recognizing the importance of flash memory, Western Digital, one of the largest manufacturers of hard disk drives, has announced a deal that will see it acquire SanDisk for US$19 billion.
Tuesday, 29 Sep 2015
Samsung has just unveiled their new flagship SSD, the 950 Pro, at the Samsung SSD Summit in Seoul, Korea. Read on to find out what’s new about this premium high-end SSD.
Wednesday, 26 Aug 2015
Various options for a variety of situations, SanDisk has portable SSDs with blazingly fast speeds and wireless sticks that can hold multiple season's worth of shows. Indeed, it's a good time to be alive.
Thursday, 20 Aug 2015
Based on the recently launched 3D XPoint memory, Intel announced Optane technology to drive next generation storage and memory products. At IDF 2015, we even witnessed its performance potential over the current fastest PCIe NVMe NAND based drive from the company, so step right in and find out more about Optane!
Monday, 17 Aug 2015
Last week, Samsung veiled its 16TB SSD that features its third-generation 3D V-NAND flash memory. More on this gargantuan storage device after the jump!
Wednesday, 29 Jul 2015
Plextor has just introduced a new entry-level SSD targeted at mainstream users. The new M6V drive is driven by a Silicon Motion controller and uses Toshiba's newest 15nm Toggle NAND flash memory.
Mushkin has introduced the Atlas Vital SSD, a new M.2 2280 SandForce drive for budget-conscious consumers.