Displaying items by tag: Solid State Drive

Kingston Technology has launched its new NV1 NVMe PCIe SSD, promising efficient performance in a single-sided M.2 design, making it an "ideal entry-level drive for first-time NVMe users with laptops and small form factor PCs."

Published in Home Tech

WD says its new SanDisk portable SSD "offer great speed and durability to help consumers move rich content with ease, including two drives offering nearly 2x speeds over the previous generation".

Published in Home Tech

Promising its new 860 QVO SSDs will "combine high capacity with fast performance and trusted reliability to reach a broader consumer market" at an accessible price, let us fervently pray the death of consumer hard disk drives is finally nigh.

Published in Home Tech

Memory and SSD storage maker Crucial has crucially revealed detail on why hard disk drives fail when SSDs don't, and if you thought its because there's no moving parts in an SSD, you'd be right

Published in Home Tech

Promising its new NVMe M.2 970 series enables "high-performance computing through enhanced speed, exceptional endurance and system design flexibility", Samsung says it has set a new bar in all aspects of the technology.

Samsung's excellence at flash storage has seen its 700 and then 800-series SSDs prove extremely popular. Now the latest 860-series EVO and PRO models for consumer and business use have arrived, promising "ultimate performance and reliability".

Published in Hardware

The most crucial upgrade today isn't your processor or RAM anymore, it's your storage device, so if you're still using an HDD with your desktop or laptop, why?

Published in Development

Western Digital still makes top-notch hard drives in ever larger capacities, and is now a true SSD competitor with its 64-layer 3D SSD tech making moves for market supremacy.

Published in Home Tech

Although competitors have been offering portable SSDs for some time, WD has finally ensured its plans to do the same have entered a solid state of reality.

Published in Home Tech

Samsung’s new next-gen SSD T3 will shock you with its shock-resistance, multi-terabyte capacity, insane performance and UBS 3.1 Type C connectivity to standard USB connector.

Published in Mobility

A massive 13TB solid state drive (SSD) has launched for object storage, streaming content distribution and those with deep, deep pockets.

Thursday, 22 October 2015 02:40

Western Digital to buy SanDisk for US $19 Billion

Is WhatsApp really worth as much as SanDisk? Facebook eventually paid even more, but with Western Digital buying SanDisk for $19 billion, the combined companies' future looks to being a brightly solid state.

Published in Deals

Samsung’s first NVMe M.2 form-factor SSD with V-NAND tech has arrived, delivering enterprise-class memory and speeds in a consumer SSD. 

Published in Home Tech

SanDisk's new CloudSpeed Ultra Gen. II SSD is designed for cloud service providers and software-defined storage environments.

Originally teased during the S6 launch, Samsung’s T1 USB 3.0 SSD drive has arrived, delivering the future of portable storage today - and it rocks!

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 10 September 2014 14:32

HGST goes big, fast, dense, cool...

Enterprise storage vendor HGST has announced a raft of new products aimed at a variety of data centre applications.

Published in Hardware
Tuesday, 23 July 2013 18:12

SanDisk's flash flurry

Flash storage specialist SanDisk has announced a flurry of new consumer products, including the "world's fastest 64GB microSDXC card."

Published in Home Tech
Friday, 11 January 2013 17:36

SanDisk pushes SSD barrow

Flash memory specialist SanDisk has announced a pair of new solid state drives, along with a new distribution channel aimed at SME customers.

Thursday, 27 September 2012 14:33

LaCie claims fastest bus-powered drive

According to LaCie officials, the company's latest Rugged drives are the world's fastest bus-powered storage devices.

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