Seagate Ships Nytro 141 Low-Cost Consumer SSD
NVMe continues to gain ground on SATA. The technology promises to increase performance and reduce costs, but the ecosystem isn't fully implemented.
Today we test a pair of early Maxiotek reference design SSD with Micron's 16nm and new 3D TLC using the MK8115 DRAMless controller.
Sk Hynix begins mass production of new 72-layer 3D NAND with 256Gbit capacity. The new memory will ship in a range of products including mobile, IoT, eMMC, and SSDs.
HP is a name we know and trust. The company's Z Turbo SSD series gained the most recognition, but HP also has more traditional 2.5" SSDs.
Samsung's new Pyeongtaek campus semiconductor fabrication line in South Korea begins shipping 4th generation NAND with 64-layers.
SK Hynix had a great 2016 with a pair of excellent consumer SSDs. The SC308 looks to keep the streak alive with its multi-level cell (MLC) NAND at TLC pricing.
We're testing two of LaCie's flagship Thunderbolt 2 models that pack a hefty amount of storage capacity in a small package.
Intel's 545s is the first consumer drive with IMFT's new 64-layer 3D NAND. All eyes are on Intel to see if the 545s can run with the 850 EVO.
Samsung ramps up 64-layer V-NAND flash production and prepares new memory products for the second half of 2017.
Phison showed two reference designs at Computex 2017, one for inside the PC and one for the outside. The success of the S10 and E7 gave the company confidence to engineer outside the box.