MSI's Spatium M480 Pro may be the world's fastest PCIe Gen4 SSD available, now or ever.
Latest tests show that Crucial’s T700 PCIe 5.0 SSD throttles, as it’s supposed, to when temperatures get out of hand.
Publications Phoronix and TechPowerUp share their experience running Corsair's MP700 PCIe 5.0 SSD without a cooler.
Pure Storage exec predicts the demise of the HDD industry by 2028, but such a rapid decline might simply be wishful thinking by the flash-centric firm.
Kingston SSD firmware released in early 2020 contains lyrics to Coldplay's 2002 hit 'The Scientist.'
The Western Digital online store is still closed and planned to reopen about 6 weeks after the March cyber attack.
Over 10,000 Chinese chip developers closed up shop during the past two years, as the investment bubble crash and global semiconductor downturn hit hard.
Nextorage is releasing a new PCIe Gen 5 SSD with a beefy heatsink and up to 10,000MB/s rated read and write speeds.
Phison executive expects further 3D NAND production cuts, as producers lose billions in the first quarter.
Western Digital has released a press release with details on the latest security breach along with plans to restore online store access.
Kioxia, Western Digital, and Tokyo Electron will present papers covering next-generation 3D NAND memory with over 300 – 400 layers.
Backblaze has poured through its HDD failure rates to find out exactly how long drives can be counted on for the company's cloud storage business, and the results are not what you might expect.
The Corsair MP700 is one of the first PCIe 5.0 NVMe SSDs available on the market. Performance is good and there are no real drawbacks, but it is an early adopter product.
Crucial's T700 Gen 5 SSD is now available for pre-order and will start shipping May 30. The T700 is the world's fastest SSD to date, with read speeds of up to 12 GB/s.
The Inland TD510 is the first accessible baseline PCIe 5.0 NVMe SSD, and it’s been priced aggressively. This makes it the first chance at getting this type of bandwidth for your desktop.
The Corsair MP600 Core XT is a mid-range PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD with the advantages and drawbacks of QLC. It brings capacity at a lower cost but is limited in performance and TBW.