Some people still think standard-def DVD is "good enough" compared to Blu-ray Disc.
Our old 3.6 GHz Xeon is making way for a brand new X58-based Core i7 solution with PCI-X and PCIe, which we will use to test hard drives, SSDs, controllers, and other storage products. We introduce you to our...
PhotoFast's new G-Monster-PROMISE PCIe SSD claims to be the first in the industry to reach 1000 MB/s
Selling any sort of media is tough in China due to piracy.
Samsung’s new 256 GB flash SSD is a screamer, while Solidata created a questionable RAID-based SSD that runs incredibly hot. Check out one example of what a new SSD should be and another example of what not...
Intel SSDs now a little cheaper, but still not cheap.
Axxana's slogan reads, "Built to last," and with its latest Phoenix System data system, they may very well survive with the cockroaches in a nuclear holocaust.
General Electronics this week announced a breakthrough in holographic storage technology which could allow us to store up to 500 GB of data on one disc. In other words, ten Blu-ray Discs in one.
Seagate Replica purportedly works like Apple's Time Machine
Today we're running a series of benchmarks on the latest SSD offering from Intel and Samsung to see how performance changes over time. We discovered that there are some severe performance issues, but also...
OCZ announced today its Z-Drive, a PCI-Express based solid state drive that offers up to 1 TB of storage.
Loaded with features and set up for maximum enterprise storage flexibility, we're looking into the performance and management capabilities of three SAS controller products by Adaptec, Areca, and Promise.
Would Heart be proud of this version of Barracuda?
Cheaper, but will be they cheap enough?
IBM is developing a new memory technology called "Racetrack" that could replace all current forms of memory and storage solutions.
There's no doubt about it: one of the best ways to boost your computer's performance, is to upgrade your hard drive to a cutting edge solid state drive (SSD).
Today we're testing and dissecting Samsung’s Spinpoint F2, Seagate’s Barracuda 7200.12, and WD’s 2 TB Caviar Green. They all hold 500 GB of data per platter, but the similarities stop there. Which one...
Earlier today, Pioneer introduced the BDR-2203, its internal 8x dual-layer Blu-ray writer, however general consumers may tremble at the knees by the sight of its monstrous pricetag.
A company called SandForce is in the last stages of prepping its new SF-1500 SSD processor for the mainstream. According to SandForce, its new SSD processors will give lower-cost, and slower MLC-based SSD...
OCZ is adding Mac compatible solid state drives to its Vertex series of SSDs, and also debuted several different Apple specific memory kits.
Network storage is great for centralizing data on a home or small business network. The real question is: do you build your own NAS or buy one that's already primed for action? We round up three ready-made...
Active Storage said that its new XRAID ES for the Mac OS X will come in both 4 TB and 16 TB versions. However, both solutions may require a monthly payment plan.
Super Talent has let loose its new MasterDrive RX family of Solid State Drives in capacities up to 512 GB.
Using 2.5” hard drives in RAID arrays provides increased storage and I/O performance with improved efficiency—as long as they are properly installed. We looked at three backplane solutions that operate and...
Seagate is boasting that its SV35.5 Series is the next step in the HDD evolution, geared to deliver optimal performance in digital video surveillance systems.
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