You will hear a lot about Phison's upcoming PS5008-E8 NVMe controller over the next two months. The next step on the ladder is a pair of new controllers that will support QLC NAND technology.
We learned exclusively that Chinese flash device manufacturer Longsys has acquired the Lexar assets from Micron, which gives the manufacturing giant a retail name to enter the U.S. market.
MicroSD is the de facto storage media for drones, phones and gaming consoles. Today SanDisk announced the new Ultra MicroSDXC UHS-I card with a massive 400GB capacity size.
Crucial rethinks the transition to 3D TLC for all consumer SSDs and releases a brilliant entry-level product that takes aim at the dominant Samsung.
Drobo lowered the price of the B810 products, and the SAN model moved to just $999. Let's take a closer look.
SanDisk and parent company WD plan to take SATA to the max with two new SSDs designed to leverage new 3D TLC BiCS NAND. Can the these SSDs unseat the 850 EVO?
Samsung released its latest 3D V-NAND in the Portable SSD series again. The new T5 matches the previous generations' capacity, physical size, and pricing.
Tucked in the back of the Microsemi booth we found Toshiba's BiCS Gen 3 768Gbit NAND running. With the show floor closed due to a fire Microsemi gets the credit for showing the first working QLC.
Three words to gain your attention: FASTEST CONSUMER SSD. SMI displayed four new NVMe controllers at Flash Memory Summit 2017, and one of them is the fastest we've ever tested.
Adata released its latest NVMe 1.2 SSD, the XPG SX9000, with the hope of catering to "gamers and PC overclockers."
Corsair's new flagship NX500 SSD is the first Phison E7 in the US and Europe with a 1TB option, and a 2TB follows next month.
A fire torched the Innodisk booth at FMS this morning. No one was hurt, but the show floor is temporarily closed.
Samsung has a ten-year road map, and it starts with a massive 128TB QLC SSD announcement, updated Z-SSD using optimized MLC, and a leak about the successor to the 960 series.
Adata finally tames Micron's 3D NAND, but the magic came from SMI's new firmware. Armed with new-found glory, can Micron 3D compete with Samsung 3D?
Today we see the future of client storage first hand with the Toshiba XG5 NVMe SSD featuring 64-layer BiCS TLC NAND.