Toshiba to catch up with 18 TB drives in the coming months.
Earlier reports stated that Samsung's PCIe 4.0 SSD would only come in a capacity of up to 1TB, but it turns out those reports are wrong.
Joengdong Choe, Senior Technical Fellow at TechInsights, Inc. outlines the future of 3D flash at FMS 2020.
NEO Semiconductor has plans to enable SLC performance on next-gen QLC through advanced X-NAND architecture.
WD alters the model numbers on its "5400 RPM-Class" drives to reflect that don't actually spin at 5400 RPM.
Powered by Phison’s first-gen PCIe 4.0 x4 NVMe controller and Micron’s 96L QLC flash, Sabrent’s Rocket Q4 offers up faster-than-Gen3-performance at lower-than-Gen4-pricing.
Micron is shipping 176 layer replacement gate TLC NAND flash for mobile, enterprise, and client storage.
Powered by a USB 3.2 Gen 2x2 bridge controller and a WD Black SN750 NVMe SSD, WD’s Black P50 Game Drive offers up near Thunderbolt 3 performance at more affordable prices.
Adata is now shipping the XPG SX8200 Pro SSD with lower-clocked hardware than the initial release model, without changing its specification sheets or retail listings.