The ECLLPSE is a portable SSD with up to 2TB of storage and data transer speeds up to 500 MBps.
Kioxia and Western Digital detail new NAND flash architecture that should be significantly better than their previous designs.
Asus creates a new screw-free mounting system for M.2 SSD's with the use of a plastic latch that stays permanently on the motherboard.
Fujifilm to use epsilon iron oxide nanoparticles, focused‐millimeter‐wave‐assisted magnetic recording for future tapes.
Seagate brings future closer with commercial HAMR hard drives, expansion of dual-actuator HDD evaluation program.
Novachip's NVS3800 storage controller is now compliant with the FIPS 140-2 Level 2 security certification.
Intel killed off all of its Optane-only SSDs for consumers with little fanfare, marking a big shift in its consumer storage lineup.
Intel announced it is developing 5-bit-per-cell PLC flash along with two new SSDs for the consumer market.
Intel announces its PCIe 4.0 Optane P5800X that it says takes the throne as the world's fastest SSD.