Toshiba is producing 64 Gb NAND chips using its second-generation 19 nm processing tech.
BIWIN's upcoming SSDs will use 99 percent less power than standard full-size mSATA SSDs while running idle.
Kingston is releasing a new lineup of business-oriented SSDs.
OCZ is shaking up its current product stack by replacing the year-old Vertex 4 SSD. The Vertex 450 matches Barefoot 3 controller silicon with 20 nm synchronous NAND for something slightly more economical than...
Innodisk has announced an absolutely tiny SSD that should still perform alarmingly well.
OCZ is unleashing a new lineup of SSDs, the Vertex 450 series.
Samsung has started the production of a high-performance SSD for servers and data centers.
Transcend is releasing a tiny mSATA SSD.
SanDisk is now sampling flash memory products based on the company's second-generation 19-nm process tech.
The DXT08B0Q and DXM05B0Q firmware updates provide the Samsung 840 and 840 Pro SSDs with improved read performance and enables DAS function as a default option.
I-O Data has announced the arrival of the SSDN-3V Series SSDs.
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Seagate has revealed four storage solutions spanning the consumer to the server.
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WD revealed a bit more about its Black SSHD storage solution.
After years of halfhearted attempts to join the solid-state storage market, Seagate is finally ready to reinvent itself with a new family of SSDs. The first one we're looking at is the enterprise-class 600 Pro....
The Corsair SSD & Hard Drive Cloning Kit is aimed to help data migration; the SSD Toolbox is advertised as offering a convenient way for users to monitor the health of their drives.
Smart Storage systems has released some SSDs aimed at enterprise environments which boast some impressive capacities.
Apple has added the option for SSD storage to its iMacs.
Micron is working on its new PCIe I/O Accelerator for the enterprise environment.
RunCore has released some SSDs which don't pack the most impressive performance or price, but do come in a very small size.
Other World Computing has released two portable USB 3.0 SSDs.
Through joint company collaboration, Intel’s 910 Series Solid State Drives have received VMware certification.
OWC has released its Thunderbolt-based SSD storage solution for Macs.
Monster Digital has launched a line of external SSDs that use a USB 3.0 connection.