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2013-07-19 Flexstar rolls NVMe test systems, test suites for PCIe SSD
NVMe is designed to optimise the performance of next generation SSDs and enables variable device throughputs of up to 8Gb/s per lane through the specific PCIe lane architecture.
2012-02-17 FlashSoft buy strengthens SanDisk's SSD sol'n offering
FlashSoft's software products complements SanDisk's growing offering of SAS, PCIe and SATA Enterprise SSDs.
2015-10-27 Flash storage: 3D TLC NAND to beat MLC (Part 1)
In the first instalment of this series, we look into the advantages as well as challenges associated with solid state drives (SSDs).
2008-01-02 Flash into the future: Mtron marches ahead
Mtron Co. Ltd is a start-up company that produces flash memory SSDs. According to senior executive vice president and co-founder Young-Hyun Bae "Mtron's SSD are the world's best in terms of performance."
2013-07-25 FCI rolls 12Gbps SAS receptacles for enterprise storage apps
The 12Gbps SAS connectors from FCI complies with the SAS 3.0 and SFF8680 specification and are designed to support hot plugging and blind mating of HDDs and SSDs.
2009-08-21 Experts take on NAND, SSD issues
The recently-concluded Flash Memory Summit brought a range of opinions on the state of the NAND industry, scaling, 3-bit-per-cell and solid-state drives (SSDs). Here are some of the comments from the experts.
2010-01-08 Enterprise SSD achieves 20,000 P/E cycles
The device provides more endurance than SSDs based on commercial MLC NAND flash.
2004-05-12 BiTMICRO acquires Solaris Ready certification
BiTMICRO Networks Inc. has acquired a Solaris Ready certification from Sun Microsystems on both SPARC and x86 platforms for its 3.5-inch Fibre Channel, IDE/ATA and SCSI Wide E-Disk solid state disks (SSDs).
2015-08-26 XMC SATA SSD aimed at industrial, defence apps
The SSD from Microsemi features an XMC x2 PCIe interface per ANSI/VITA 42.3-2014; XMC SATA interface (configurable); 256GB and 512GB SLC NAND flash; and up to 185MB/s read/write speed.
2016-05-12 Win some, lose some: DRAM stands on shaky ground
DRAM has found itself in the situation of being a low-margin, commodity memory in a slowing tablet and PC market, while it still makes the most sense from a performance, density and cost perspective.
2011-11-23 Will SSD go the distance?
Here's an overview of the SSD technology and how vendors have been able to improve its endurance and reliability to a level that meets enterprise requirements.
2015-04-27 Wave of change to sweep computer storage space
In just five years, SSD had the "enterprise" drive makers forming a defensive circle, trying to justify a performance-based existence where hard drives were out-classed by a factor of 1,000 times in IOPS.
2011-03-07 VLSI raises IC growth forecast to 8.9%
While the IC market is projected to grow 8.9 percent in 2011, market analysts see mixed signals, specifically less order activity due to a weak DRAM market and falling LCD panel prices.
2015-02-25 Violin seeks uptake of all-flash array as primary storage
The company's Flash Fabric Architecture comprises a mesh of thousands of flash dies organised into intelligent flash management units offered at a lower price point.
2009-06-05 Vendors fuel netbook hype at Computex
A handful of semiconductor companies announced new chips and software for netbooks and other mobile systems at the opening day of Computex.
2012-07-13 Unigen introduces family of 6Gb/s mSATA SSD modules for embedded applications
Smaller form factor enables developers to improve overall system performance.
2013-07-22 Ultrathin PCs, tablets drive demand for slender HDDs
Thin hard disc drives 5mm and 7mm thick are expected to enjoy fast sales growth in coming years, as mobile computers drive up demand by a factor of more than 25 from 2012 to 2017, predicted IHS.
2012-11-05 Ultrabooks to grow by 30% next year, says analyst
DRAMeXchange forecasted that ultrabook market size may exceed 30 million units in 2013, growing by more than 30 per cent compared this year and accounting for 17 per cent of the notebook market.
2012-10-01 Ultrabooks to boost motion sensor sales
Global sales of motion sensorsincluding accelerometers, gyroscopes and compassesused in ultrabooks will expand to $117.3 million by 2016, up from just $8.3 million this year, said IHS.
2012-04-24 Ultrabooks to benefit global NAND flash market
According to IHS, NAND flash memory market is expected to achieve eight percent growth this year because of major sales drivers such as solid-state-drive equipped ultrabooks.
2013-01-25 Ultrabooks strategic to increasing SSD shipments
IHS said global SSD shipments are set to rise to 83 million units this year, up from 39 million in 2012, with shipments to continue to rise 239 million units in 2016.
2014-02-20 UFS innovations trend towards mobile computing applications
EE Times' Designline editor Janine Love asks "What's the latest on universal flash storage?" as she talks about a panel on UFS that she moderated at DesignCon2014.
2014-05-22 Two-lane PCIe SSD controller transfers data up to 1GB/s
The 88SS1083 controller from Marvell is designed with 28nm low-power process technology, and features SATA Express standard compliance.
2008-03-26 Toshiba readies 128GByte notebook SSD
Toshiba last week said it plans to ship before April a 128Gbyte SSD that will appear first in Toshiba notebooks sold in Japan.
2015-12-23 Toshiba lets go of consumer biz amid reorg plan
The Japanese company that makes everything from NAND flash chips to washing machines expects roughly $51.28 billion in sales for its current fiscal year, down from $55 billion last year.
2015-04-02 Toshiba flexes muscle in 3D NAND arena
The transition to 3D NAND is picking up speed as Toshiba announced in late March that it was shipping samples of its 48-layer 3D Bit Cost Scalable (BiCS) stacked cell structure flash.
2012-09-07 Thin hybrid HDDs to make headway in storage market
The 5mm drives, which contain a built-in layer of NAND flash memory, are intended to serve as storage media for new computers such as Ultrabooks.
2010-01-28 Temperature sensors up reliability of DD3 modules
The temperature sensors can trigger shutdown of a subsystem if the temperature reaches a critical point, enhancing reliability.
2014-05-23 Synopsys adapts IP solution for PCI Express 4.0
The DesignWare IP supporting the PCIe 4.0 architectureincluding controller, verification, and PHYlowers integration risk and accelerates availability of devices integrating the 16GT/s speed.
2012-11-27 Swissbit SATA II SSD can handle up to 240Mb/s data rate
Swissbit X-500 series of industrial SATA II solid state drive boasts a data rate of 240Mb/s and a 14,500 IOPS with 4k random accesses.
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