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Whether you're looking for a safe way to store and share your family photos, or high-speed access for mission-critical data, or something in between, we can provide you with the information and benchmarks to find a storage solution for your needs.

news - MARCH 3 27

We're not quite at the third generation of Intel SSDs yet, but there's been a considerable performance upgrade in the latest offering from the chipmaker in the new 510 series that offers SATA 6.0 Gbps...

news - MARCH 1 42

Seagate has begun shipping its 3 TB Barracuda desktop hard drive.

news - FEBRUARY 28 9

Corsair is also shipping SSDs using the SandForce SF-2200 processor.

news - FEBRUARY 26 13

SandForce has officially announced the SF-2200 and SF-2100 SSD processors.

news - FEBRUARY 25 9

This summer LaCie is shipping a version of its Big Little Disk external drive that uses Intel's new Thunderbolt technology.

news - FEBRUARY 25 35

Patriot's new line of SSDs use the SandForce SF-2200 Client SSD processor.

news - FEBRUARY 24 54

It's got the logo fit for a superhero.

reviews - FEBRUARY 24 57

Last week we had our first look at OCZ's Vertex 3 Pro drive, based on SandForce's impressive second-generation controller. Smoking-fast, our sample was also very expensive. Now, OCZ is ready to show off its...

news - FEBRUARY 24 49

Researchers have discovered that many SSDs don't erase all the stored physical data.

reviews - FEBRUARY 21 55

Several readers contacted me in the past two weeks, complaining about OCZ's recent adoption of 25 nm NAND and its effect on the capacity and performance of certain SSDs that they expected to be both larger and...

news - FEBRUARY 19 10

Need some cheap external storage?

reviews - FEBRUARY 18 35

Intel's X25-M revolutionized the SSD market. But then SandForce turned it upside down, coming out of nowhere to establish a dominant position. Today we see the company preview its second-generation controller,...

news - FEBRUARY 16 44

OCZ claims to be the first SSD manufacturer to use 2Xnm NAND flash.

news - FEBRUARY 14 24

Get involved with your favorite tech publication in Europe! If you can speak and write in some of the languages, don't hesitate to apply now if you've got what we're looking for!

reviews - FEBRUARY 14 30

We've seen mini SSDs before. But none of them conformed to a standard. Now, Intel is introducing its SSD 310-series drives and the mSATA interface, which employs the mini-PCI Express edge connector, but is not...

reviews - FEBRUARY 3 31

We know that adding drives to a RAID array can help improve performance. But does adding storage to a NAS device really help push throughput higher? We put four-bay and five-bay units from Qnap up against each...

news - FEBRUARY 1 13

StarTech is offering two SATA HDD/SSD docking stations supporting up to two drives at the same time.

news - FEBRUARY 1 29

ARM announced its R5 and R7 MPCore processors.

news - JANUARY 28 40

Intel's 510 Series may arrive in February instead of the G3 SSDs.

reviews - JANUARY 27 24

Hard drives aren’t dead yet! And they won’t die out anytime soon. The latest 2.5” drives for notebooks deliver relatively high performance and ample storage for little money.

news - JANUARY 17 65

Pew pew pew.

news - JANUARY 14 25

It's the "world's smallest SSD" encased in a Swiss Army Knife.

news - JANUARY 12 25

OCZ's Vertex 3 Pro, seen at CES 2011, was shown to have sustained read speeds of 550 MB/s and sustained write speeds of 525 MB/s. Kapow!!

news - JANUARY 12 25

OCZ said on Monday that it's leaving the DRAM market.

reviews - JANUARY 12 47

In a storage market where it's easiest to take one vendor's controller, another vendor's NAND flash, and put the two in a standard 2.5" SATA drive, OCZ continues innovating, giving IT professionals and power...

news - JANUARY 10 63

Are ioSafe's new hard drives as rugged as they claim? We head to the shooting range to find out!

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