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2009-06-29 SATA mini-card SSD aims at netbooks
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd is now sampling a SATA-interface mini-card solid state drive (SSD) with some of its customers for use in the netbook market.
2011-01-10 SATA 7-pin SSD series has 17-mm ultra-slim profile
Matching the SATA ports on the motherboard, Apacer's 17mm profile SATA Disk Module is ultra-slim. Capacities ranging from 512MB to 4GB in angles of 90, 180, 270 degrees configurations are available.
2014-08-27 SanDisk Ultra II: Cheap SSD upgrade to consumer PCs
The Ultra II SSD series provides performance boost of up 28 times that of a spinning disc and as much as 15 per cent battery life for PC consumers who favour price over performance.
2007-03-15 SanDisk releases 32Gbyte SSD for notebooks
Broadening its offerings for HDD replacement in the notebook market, launched a 32Gbyte, solid-state flash memory drive.
2008-04-04 SanDisk eyes mobile, CE markets in India
SanDisk plans to increase market presence and diversify product offerings in India, addressing the country's growing demand for flash memory cards used in cellphones, digital cameras and music players.
2013-05-29 SanDisk announces sampling of 1Ynm process tech
The firm takes its memory cell size from 19 x 26nm to 19 x 19.5nm, promising a 25 per cent reduction of the memory cell area and allowing SanDisk to build smaller, more powerful flash products.
2012-07-10 Samsung, Toshiba mull plan to foil NAND flash price drop
The companies are considering slowing capacity expansion at their 12in fabs with an aim to prevent further falls in chip prices.
2014-05-21 Samsung, Toshiba launch all-out 3D NAND production efforts
Both companies are gearing up for the production of 3D NAND devices, with Samsung in China and Toshiba in Japan, in preparation for the market that is believed to take off in the second half of 2015.
2008-07-22 Samsung, Sun tie up to enable flash drive stability
Samsung Electronics has worked with server maker Sun Microsystems to develop a new 8Gbit single-level-cell design for computer servers that it claims increases the number of read/write cycles for NAND flash memory chips five-fold.
2005-05-27 Samsung's SSD is based on NAND Flash memory technology
Samsung Electronics has developed what it touts as the first Solid State Disk (SSD) based on NAND flash memory technology for consumer and mobile PC apps.
2013-05-22 Samsung's debuts SATA 6.0 SDDs for enterprise servers
The SM843T offers up to 960Gb of memory storage for cloud computing environments and reaches up to 98,000 random read input/output operations per second and 20,000 sequential Terabytes Written.
2006-09-14 Samsung's 32Gbit 40nm NAND uses high-k
Samsung Electronics announced what it touts as the industry's first 32Gbit NAND flash memory, based on 40nm design rules and the company's proprietary Charge Trap Flash architecture.
2014-10-17 Samsung to build $14.7B IC fab
In order to maintain leadership in memory IC sales and support new markets, Samsung is building a new wafer fab in South Korea, estimated at $14.7 billion.
2008-06-10 Samsung remains upbeat despite memory slump
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd gave a progress report on its flat-panel display and semiconductor businesses, saying the LCD segment is seeing strong growth but the IC sector is showing mixed results.
2014-01-16 Samsung reinforces 840 EVO SSD for enterprise security
Samsung has added new security features to its self-encrypting drive, the 840 EVO SSD, making it compatible with professional security software employed by enterprise organisations.
2007-03-29 Samsung offers 64Gbyte solid-state drive for ultraportables
Samsung Electronics has unveiled a 64Gbyte solid-state flash drive that could find a home in power-strapped ultraportable notebooks, provided the price is right.
2011-04-21 Samsung mulls sale of HDD business
Samsung is reportedly planning to sell its faltering HDD business in order to focus on the SSD segment. Seagate has been identified as a potential buyer.
2014-06-17 Samsung leads eMMC, eMCP memory segment
With $3.317 billion or 35.6 per cent of worldwide revenue in 2013, Gartner named Samsung as the top eMMC and eMCP vendor. Toshiba, SK Hynix, and SanDisk took the next three spots.
2006-03-23 Samsung bullish on NAND market growth
Despite concerns about oversupply in the global NAND flash market, Samsung Electronics is forecasting that the market will reach up to $18.5 billion in 2006.
2012-12-18 Samsung acquires SSD firm, augments Texas fab
Samsung Electronics ramped up its investment at its mobile applications processor facility at Austin, Texas and bolstered its SSD solutions offering with its newest acquisition.
2010-07-16 RoC controller ups PCIe 3.0 platform performance
The SRCv family of controllers introduced by PMC-Sierra Inc. claims to enable the highest level of server performance and connectivity.
2013-12-30 Removable antistatic masking tape for wave solder process
The Polyonics XT-658 is a 1mil polyimide antistatic tape with an acrylic PSA and PET liner that is rated for 300°C and, depending on the severity of the process, can be removed with little to no residue.
2013-03-22 Readers' top product picks of 2012
The top ten most read product announcements of EE Times Asia's engineering community.
2010-06-11 RAID adapter connects PCIe 2.0 to eight SATA ports
The maxRAID BR5225-80 connects PCIe 2.0 to eight SAS/SATA ports at up to 6Gbit/s and targets data- and transaction-intensive applications requiring highest IOPS and throughput.
2004-11-23 Pushing the envelope in blade server design
Blade server computing is fast transforming the server industry with a host of advantages in terms of design, functionality and total cost of ownership.
2014-08-11 Protection switch aimed at portable, adapter-powered devices
TI's TPS25940 and TPS25942 ICs include back-to-back FETs to provide bidirectional current control, while reducing system size by 50 per cent compared to discrete solutions.
2011-11-22 Power ICs, MEMS to gain from ultrabook surge
The forecasted rise in ultrabook shipments will decrease market opportunity for DRAM modules, according to IHS.
2009-10-13 POL supplies pack easy paralleling, current sharing
Ericsson Power Modules offers POL devices that provide easy paralleling making it possible for power servers and memory storage designers to access extremely flexible solutions.
2014-06-04 PLX bridges connectivity gap via PCIe-based SSD
The USB-to-PCIe reference platform is based on PLX's PCIe 2.0-to-USB 3.0 SuperSpeed controller technology, and leverages the 5Gb/s performance speeds of both standards.
2011-08-11 PCIe, SATA combine for next-gen flash drives
Serial ATA and PCIe are working together to further support flash drive technology and address the accelerating needs of solid-state and hybrid drives.
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