Storage editor Christopher Ryan returns from LSI's Accelerating Innovation Summit 2013 with details about SandForce's next-gen controller. Read along as he walks us through some of the processor's features, and...
Consolidation drastically changed the face of enterprise solid-state storage in 2013. One of the bigger moves was SanDisk's acquisition of SMART Storage Systems. Today, we're looking at the first branded...
Kingston has announced KC300 SSD which is Opal 1.0 compliant.
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Samsung's newest line of EVO drives includes a 1 TB offering.
The transaction should be final within 60 days.
This 2.5 inch drive combines an SSD with an HDD.
OCZ is re-launching its flagship consumer SSD as the Vector 150. Armed with 19 nm Toggle-mode flash and new encryption functionality, this new drive is purported to be the pinnacle of of enthusiast-class...
Intel recently lifted the veil on a replacement for its SSD 520, not surprisingly called the SSD 530. It partners new SandForce silicon with IMFT's 20 nm flash for better power consumption and a more modest...
Akitio has announced its fully thunderbolt-powered external SSD.
Adata has introduced its new stainless steel external SSD.
Super Talent is introducing its DuraDrive ZT3 SSDs.
Toshiba's three new SSDs will arrive later this month although two are already listed on Best Buy.
Intel lent us six SSD DC S3500 drives with its home-brewed 6 Gb/s SATA controller inside. We match them up to the Z87/C226 chipset's six corresponding ports, a handful of software-based RAID modes, and two...
GeekStuff4U is selling a MicroSD to SSD converter, allowing you to use up to 4 MicroSD cards in a RAID array to build your own SSD.
New drives are already on sale online.
sTec is rolling out its s260 mSATA SSDs.
OWC now has a 3TB model of its Mercury Elite Pro Dual Mini external storage solution in RAID 0 and RAID 1 flavors.
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IDF officially starts today, and Intel is kicking things off with the introduction of a brand new family of professional SSDs aimed at business computers.
This may be a compression method to speed up transfers.
After the success of its P320h, Micron is following up with the P420m, an MLC-based PCI Express x8 add-in card aimed at more read-oriented enterprise customers. How does it compare to the company's SLC-based...