News tagged ‘ssd’
Sunday, 22 Dec 2013
On the ninth day of Christmas... we suggest a solid-state drive to super-charge your PC or notebook. The Samsung 840 Evo SSD has a maximum sequential read speed of 540MB/s and a maximum sequential write speed of 520MB/s. Click on through to find out more about this product and also discover how you can win some gifts this holiday season with HardwareZone!
Tuesday, 17 Dec 2013
Avago Technologies has just announced that it has agreed to a deal to purchase LSI Corporation for US$6.6 billion, making it the company's largest acquisition to date.
Monday, 16 Dec 2013
Toshiba is extending its family of enterprise SSDs to include the new HK3R series that support one full DWPD, and are ideal for server and storage systems for online transactions, cloud computing, online gaming, and big data analytics.
Wednesday, 11 Dec 2013
Buffalo's speediest portable storage device to date, the DriveStation Mini Thunderbolt SSD edition (SSD-WAT), features two SSD drives and two Thunderbolt ports, and offers more than double the interface transfer speeds as compared to the regular Thunderbolt SSD drive.
Tuesday, 10 Dec 2013
A leaked Intel SSD roadmap has revealed the company’s plans to release three new SSD series. The Fultondale and Pleasantdale series SSDs will come in 2.5-inch and PCIe add-in card formats; while the Template Star drives will be available in 2.5-inch and M.2 form factors.
Samsung has announced its 840 Evo mSATA solid-state drive lineup, which includes the industry's first 1TB mSATA SSD.
Tuesday, 3 Dec 2013
Following news of OCZ filing for bankruptcy last week, Toshiba has announced and confirmed that it will indeed be purchasing assets of OCZ.
Thursday, 28 Nov 2013
OCZ has just announced that it is filing for bankruptcy, while Toshiba has also announced its intent to purchase OCZ's assets in the bankruptcy proceeding.
Friday, 8 Nov 2013
OCZ has refreshed its flagship Vector drive with the new Vector 150, which is based on newer 19nm NAND technology.
Wednesday, 30 Oct 2013
Seagate has just announced two protection plans, which are named 'Rescue' and 'Rescue and Replace'. The 'Rescue and Replace' plan offers device replacement and data recovery for the damaged device. This plan starts at US$ 39.99. The 'Rescue' plan is a data recovery service that starts at US$29.99.