- News tagged "solid state drives"
Wednesday, 15 Jun 2016
In August last year at IDF15, Intel announced its high-endurance, high-performance Octane-based SSDs. Now, there are rumors that these SSDs will be launched by the end of this year, so read on for more details!
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!
Friday, 6 Jun 2014
Toshiba's latest and greatest A19nm Flash chips found its way into OCZ's latest Vector 180 Series SSD. It's not surprising at all, but it'll be interesting to see where it'll take us in terms of performance.
Friday, 18 Oct 2013
The 128MB internal cache on the Super Talent PCIe DX1 further speeds up application load times and the overall unit is easily mounted without any cables.
Monday, 9 Sep 2013
Super Talent has announced its NGFF SSD lineup that's based on the M.2 form factor for next gen notebooks.
Tuesday, 25 Jun 2013
Western Digital has just announced its plans to acquire sTec for US$34 million. sTec was an early leader in the enterprise solid state drive industry. This acquisition is expected to augment the existing solid state storage business of HGST, a Western Digital company.
Wednesday, 8 May 2013
Seagate has announced its first ever range of consumer-focused solid state drives (SSDs) alongside next-generation enterprise offerings including a low-profile PCIe flash memory storage device targeted at servers operating database and virtualization applications.
Friday, 3 May 2013
The new Micron P420m combines consistent performance with the inherent power efficiency of an all-flash system to deliver improved economics for enterprise data centers.
Friday, 5 Apr 2013
Available in capacities of 120GB, 240GB, and 480GB, the new SSDs feature a smaller, lighter footprint than the previous generation, enhancing performance and reliability for power users.
Monday, 25 Feb 2013
Supporting the SATA 6Gbps interface, the SSD 840 Series is ideal for general computing purposes, while the more advanced 840 PRO Series is more suited for serious users.