SK Hynix's 238-layer 512Gbit 3D NAND devices enable inexpensive solid-state storage.
Phison demoed its PCIe 5.0 SSD with an AMD Ryzen 7000 system, marking the first time the platform has been spotted outside of AMD's own presentation.
The new Solidigm P41 Plus drives offer capacities up to 2TB, with up to 4,125 MB/s sequential read speeds. Hopefully at competitive prices.
The Adata Legend 960 is the latest in a long line of PCIe 4.0 SSDs that easily surpass the 7,000 MBps threshold.
Sabrent has created a new gaming-focused NVMe SSD, which has been built from the ground up to support Microsoft's new Direct Storage API.
The Japanese government will help Kioxia and Western Digital to build Fab 7 at Yokkaichi Operations.
Cloud storage provider Backblaze has shared its life expectancy numbers for HDDs as they've experienced them ever since the company opened doors back in 2013.
Samsung's 2nd gen computational SSD makes use of a Xilinx Versal FPGA from AMD to cut power consumption, CPU utilization and processing time.
NAND market oversupply is now expected to hit harder than previously thought, with TrendForce revising its price drop estimates for Q3 from 3-8% to a larger 8-13%.
The James Webb Space Telescope is one of the modern miracles of engineering. Why then did its $10 billion cost only cover 68GB of SSD space?
Convert one M.2 PCIe (NVMe) 2280 slot into five SATA 6Gbps ports with the Silverstone ECS07 featuring an alloy heatsink on the controller for stability. Plug and play, no drivers required.
Valve has made a new change to the Steam Deck's original specifications, and is now allowing either a two-lane or four-lane NVMe SSD, which will reduce storage bandwidth on some models.