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2013-07-16 Western Digital bolsters SSDs with VeloBit purchase
Western Digital's purchase builds on the company's plan to enhance the overall value of datacenter storage by integrating their SSDs with VeloBit's I/O Optimisation Software.
2008-12-03 Volume production commences for 256Gbyte SSDs
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has begun mass-producing 256Gbyte solid-state drives (SSDs) for use in notebooks and desktop PCs.
2007-12-14 Toshiba debuts SSDs with MLC NAND flash
Toshiba and TAEC announced their entry into the emerging market for NAND-flash-based solid-state drives with a series of products featuring multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash memory.
2015-05-22 Testing SATA DevSleep for SSDs
Learn about DevSleep implementation details as well as new conformance tests that help ensure critical features operate properly and achieve the desired power savings without sacrificing performance.
2008-08-29 Tech firms go head-to-head on SSDs
The solid-state drive (SSD) battle is brewing as an endless stream of companies are expanding or entering the market, leaving many to predict a shakeout in the arena.
2008-06-10 TDK rolls microSATA SSDs with high-speed controllers
TDK Corp. announced the GBDriver HS1 solid-state drive (SSD) controller for SSDs used in laptop PCs and industrial system hardware that employs PC platforms.
2014-04-15 SSDs' lustre bound to fade quickly
The growing demand for solid state drives can be attributed to their speed and non-volatility. However, a cost-efficient upgrade of the system is limited to the addition of flash memories and scaling back DRAM requirements.
2011-06-06 SSDs target data intensive enterprise apps
Micron has announced a new lineup of PCI Express (PCIe), solid-state storage drive series that delivers high performance and endurance demand by data-intensive enterprise applications.
2009-01-08 SSDs roll for servers, netbooks
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd and SanDisk Corp. have separately rolled out solid-state drives (SSDs) aimed at servers and netbooks, respectively.
2008-09-03 SSDs not yet ripe for 'storage-class' apps
Solid-state drives (SSDs) are promising, but the technology may not be ready for prime time in higher-end enterprise or "storage-class" applications, according to an analyst.
2011-08-12 SSDs integrate new SATA?SSD spec
SanDisk's new line of postage stamp-sized embedded SSDs implement the new SATA?SSD specification enables developers to produce a single-chip SATA implementation for embedded storage applications.
2010-08-24 SSDs get SATADIMM option
New SSD boasts high performance, high availability in DDR3 DIMM form factor
2014-04-03 SSDs from SanDisk eye enterprise, data centre apps
The CloudSpeed SATA product family leverage software to address endurance challenges, particularly those created by write-intensive application workloads in enterprise data centres.
2009-05-28 SSDs fit for rugged environments
White Electronic Designs Corp. has released a surface mountable solid-state drive specifically designed for use in the rugged and demanding embedded environments of defense and aerospace applications.
2008-08-14 SSDs find place in ultramobile apps
The ultra mobile PC, notebook and related sub-notebook segments could become a big driver for SSDs, said Doreet Oren, director of product marketing for SSDs at SanDisk Corp.
2010-08-24 SSDs fail to unseat HDDs
Hopes were very high that solid state drives would drive the NAND flashmarket and replace HDDs, but these hopes have not been met.
2008-11-11 SSDs drive better performance for online tasks
Samsung is now in volume production of its 25Gbyte and 50Gbyte SSDs for performance-optimized server applications like video on demand, Web serving and on-line transaction processing.
2008-05-14 SSDs can be interchanged with HDDs
Super Talent Technology's MasterDrive SSDs are 100-percent interchangeable with HDDs. But the SSDs are faster and lighter, use less power, and are more rugged and reliable.
2013-05-10 SSDs boast 3Gb/s Serial ATA support
The TDK SDG4A series can replace hard disc drives in industrial equipment and embedded devices, and promises high-speed performance, data reliability, storage lifespan, and data security.
2013-04-19 Smartphones, tablets, SSDs lift NAND flash sales
IC Insights forecasted that the NAND flash market will grow 12 per cent in 2013 from $26.8 billion in 2012.
2011-11-14 Shift to SSDs fueled by Thai floods
The shortage of HDDs due to floods in Thailand is seen to benefit the SSD market despite the expensive price tag.
2015-01-27 Self-encrypting SSDs to become de facto standard
Self-encrypting SSDs are starting to become more appealing as they allow for encryption at the hardware level, regardless of OS, and can be deployed in a variety of scenarios.
2011-08-10 SATA II flash drives compatible with industrial SSDs
TDK Corp. will start production of the SDG3B series of serial ATA II compatible industrial solid state drives (SSDs) with a maximum capacity of 128GB.
2008-07-28 SanDisk to set standards for SSDs
SanDisk is set to announce a metric that reduces to a single number the expected lifetime of a flash disk, hoping the industry will adopt its Longterm Data Endurance approach as a de facto standard for solid-state drives.
2008-11-07 SanDisk readies better format for SSDs
SanDisk will be launching a new flash-file format for solid-state drives in its 2009 products, claiming it bolsters performance 100-fold on some operations.
2011-09-16 SanDisk forms consortium for low-power SSDs
Enabling OEMs to offer SSDs with Serial ATA performance at significantly lower power consumption, SanDisk Corp spearheads the formation of the consortium.
2014-08-07 Samsung preps future SSDs with 3bit V-NAND chips
The soon-to-be-shipped chips feature a vertical architecture stacking 32 cell layers on top of one another, with each layer fitting 3bits of data. Samsung also launched a smart storage initiative to leverage unused capabilities of flash controllers.
2008-02-05 Samsung intros 128Gbyte MLC flash-based SSDs
Samsung Electronics has announced MLC flash-based 128Gbyte SSDs that will be produced in 1.8-inch and 2.5-inch versions for notebook and desktop PCs, as well as other mobile applications.
2008-07-11 Samsung drives to produce more reliable SSDs
Mass production of the 128Gbyte SSDs should help Samsung maintain its position as the leading producer of SSDs, with capacities ranging from 32Gbyte.
2008-09-02 Samsung aims low-density SSDs at low-price PCs
Samsung Electronics' low-density solid state drives with densities of 8Gbyte, 16Gbyte and 32Gbyte that are aimed to offer a replacement for existing hard drives used in low-cost PCs.
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