During Computex 2012, Corsair has revealed its 4th Generation SSDs, the Neutron Series. The Neutron series features the exclusive new Link_A_Media Devices Controller
Toshiba's new line of SSD's feature 100-percent Toshiba components and feature 19-nm NAND flash.
The Indilinx Everest 2 controller goes mainstream with the release of the Agility 4 SSD series.
You're running a notebook and you want to make the jump to a SSD but are worried about the software migration? Corsair has you covered with its new Force Series 3 SSD Notebook Upgrade Kits.
Toshiba's answer to the Seagate Momentus XT hybrid drive should arrive in September.
Buffalo said it will soon begin sampling a new solid state disk drive that complements its standard NAND flash storage memory with MRAM that is used as cache memory.
RunCore has released an SSD that features two ways of destroying data, one of which is nuking the drive itself with the press of a button!
Following Hitachi, Seagate also confirmed that it will be showcasing 12Gb/s SSDs at the SCSI Trade Association’s Technical Showcase on May 9.
OCZ just released a new firmware (v1.4RC) this morning that boosts the performance of its Vertex 4 SSD (check out: OCZ Vertex 4 Review: A Flagship SSD Powered By...Indilinx?). Random read and write performance...
Over the past 12 months, we have continually seen OCZ Technology grow alongside the SSD market.
OCZ announced that it will begin selling its 1 TB Octane 2.5-inch SSD in Japan in mid-May.
Hitachi Global Storage Technology (HGST), which was recently acquired by Western Digital, claims to be first with a demonstration of the first 12Gb/s SAS SSD.
Other World Computing has introduced the OWC Mercury Accelsior, the industry’s first both Mac-bootable and PC-bootable, fully supported PCIe SSD card.
Intel has released its budget friendly 330-Series SSDs that gives consumers a more affordable entry into the accelerated storage performance of SSDs.
SSDs serve up data quickly, and prices are low enough that some enthusiasts may want SSDs for data storage. Does the file system you use matter? We compare performance between FAT32, NTFS, and the newer exFAT...
OCZ Technology has confirmed the Vertex 4 is based on a Marvell Controller, which utilizes a custom Indilinx firmware.
Micron has creased an mSATA version of its RealSSD C400 series SSD for the ultrathin form factor.
Kingston Digital has released the HyperX 3K SSD, which features HyperX performance at a lower price.
Intel has released its new SSD 313 Series caching solution featuring Intel Smart Response Technology.
NAND flash turns 25-years-old this year, and Toshiba wants to celebrate.
Several online retailers have begun listing the new Intel SSD 330-series.
There is a way to update an old PC with PATA/IDE SSD that have been announced by Transcend.
TDK has developed a single-chip SSD that is significantly smaller than previous similar products.
Marvell announced mass market availability of its new 88SS9187 SATA controller that will find its way into SSDs for ultrabooks.
During CeBIT 2012, Super Talent revealed its RAIDDrive UpSteam PCIe SSD, which is set to hit the market in April.
Intel has announced the product discontinuance of two of its SSDs, the 311 Series and 510 Series.