Sony's PS5 can take now an M.2 SSD. Do you have to use a heat sink and keep the SSD cover in place?
You can build your own Xbox Series X|S expansion card with Sintech PA-CFEBM2-C conversion adapter, but there's a catch.
Backblaze has proof from its own servers that SSD failure rates are almost as bad as hard drives, from nearly 5 years of drive analysis.
YMTC, one of the foremost NAND manufacturers in China, has announced the mass production status of its 128-layer, QLC-based 3D NAND.
TeamGroup has introduced its new family of SSDs that are equipped with a dedicated all-in-one liquid cooling system (LCS).
Sony has announced an SSD upgrade solution that's meant to be paired with the PS5 system. Under the Nextorage sub-brand, the "NEM-PA" M.2 NVMe SSD promises top-tier performance.
A team of researchers with Stanford University have developed flexible, bendable memory based on phase-change materials.
TeamGroup's T-Force Cardea Z44L has a PCIe 4.0 x4 interface, but it will shine in PCIe 3.0 systems too.