Global Sources
EE Times-Asia
Stay in touch with EE Times Asia
EE Times-Asia > Advanced Search > solid-state drive

solid-state drive Search results

?
?
total search472 articles
2011-11-01 LSI expands to storage market with SandForce buy
LSI bought the supplier of flash for SSDs for about 370 million in a deal that will close in 1Q12.
2009-12-29 Intel, Micron moves to reclaim NAND process lead
Intel Corp. and Micron Technology Inc. are looking to regain the lead in the NAND process technology race.
2010-02-08 Intel wants top spot in SSD market
Intel Corp. hopes to be the technology and solid-state storage (SSD) leader, but it is not seeking to be the top player in the discrete market
2008-06-10 Intel takes wraps off SSDs for netbooks, nettops
Intel NAND Products Group is introducing its latest solid-state drive product with the Intel Z-P230 Parallel ATA SSD, a storage solution for value mobile and desktop systems.
2013-01-30 Intel readies mSATA SDD for Ultrabook apps
The Solid-State Drive 525 series comes in a small mSATA form factor and boasts a 6Gb/s performance.
2012-09-05 How to optimize PCIe SSD performance
Know why it is important for interconnect and flash controller suppliers to work together to achieve the best results.
2008-12-04 Hitachi GST, Intel collaborate on enterprise-class SSDs
Intel and Hitachi GST have announced plans to jointly develop and deliver SAS and Fibre Channel enterprise-class SSDs for servers, workstations and storage systems.
2009-06-04 High-speed SSDs tout enhanced netbook performance
SanDisk Corp. has begun shipping its next-generation flash memory-based solid state drives (SSD) for netbooks, offering high-performance components at a competitive price
2008-10-22 High-capacity SSDs reduce enterprise costs
Intel has started releasing its highest-performing solid-state drives (SSDs) such as the Intel X-25E Extreme SATA Solid-State Drive, designed for servers, workstations and storage systems.
2010-05-19 HDDs to ship more petabytes for enterprise apps
The HDD industry will ship more petabytes for enterprise applications in the next two years than it did in the preceding 20 years, according to International Data Corp.
2012-07-24 HDD maintains lead over SSD in notebook space
IHS noted that despite the line of devices that use SSDs in favor of HDDs such as the forthcoming Microsoft Surface, HDD-equipped notebooks retain market dominance.
2015-12-23 Grasp soft-decoding in SSD controllers
In this article, we will take a look at what happens when that initial decode fails and how soft data can be used to recover data on the SSD.
2007-08-01 Flash price fall shakes HDD market
In the face of falling flash memory prices, HDD makers are retreating from what they thought would be new growth markets in mobile consumer systems.
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.
2010-11-11 Embedded SSD tips SATA technology
The devices combine the company's integrated SATA NAND controller with various NAND flash capacities in a multichip package targeting enterprise, industrial, automotive and networking applications.
2010-03-17 Cost-efficient SSDs roll for netbooks, desktops
Priced at $125, Intel's X25-V solid-state drive offers users the performance and reliability advantages of solid-state computing at an affordable, entry-level price.
2008-08-18 Controller LSI enables high-speed flash storage
TDK Corp. has developed the GBDriver RA8 series of NAND flash memory controller LSI that are compatible with 2KByte/page and 4KByte/page NAND flash memories.
2011-01-03 Compact Intel SSD comes in 40-, 80GB capacities
Intel's SSD 310 is a new solid state drive (SSD) that measures 50x30x5mm and weighs 10 grams.
2015-08-07 Cheaper, denser NAND need better ECC
In this article, we expound why PMC-Sierra switched from Bose-Chaudhuri-Hocquenghem codes to low-density parity check codes for error correction in its solid-state drive controllers.
2013-02-05 Cell phones lead 2013 flash memory consumption
IHS forecasted that as a primary consumer of NAND flash memory, cell phones will jump to the lead spot with a 24.6 per cent share of global bit shipments, up from second place in 2012 with 23.3 per cent.
2009-09-04 Analyst: Intel's Braidwood could knock SSDs out
Jim Handy of Objective Analysis says that Intel Corp.'s upcoming Braidwood technology will likely to stifle SSD acceptance.
2013-05-13 Advantages of surface-mount SSDs
A surface-mount solid state drive in a ball grid array package offers an alternative data storage architecture that has improved performance, power savings and cost.
2010-06-21 512GB SSD achieves 250MBit/s read speed
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has developed what is claimed to be the first solid-state drive (SSD) using high-performance toggle-mode DDR NAND.
2009-09-30 40nm PHY cuts validation, dev't costs in HDDs
LSI Corp. has begun shipping samples of the 40nm multi-interface PHY IP designed for notebook, desktop and enterprise hard disk drive (HDD) market segments
2010-01-13 32nm SSDs deliver design flexibility, cost savings
Toshiba Corp. grows its line-up of solid-state drives (SSDs) based on the company's 32nm multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash memories
2010-03-26 25nm MLC NAND breaks scaling barriers
While most pundits have speculated that NAND has hit the wall, IM Flash Technologies continued their aggressive path scaling with the 25nm 8Gbyte, 2bit/cell MLC NAND.
2008-03-31 256Gbyte SSD flaunts 12.5mm form
Super Talent Technology has introduced a 256Gbyte SSD that the company claims is thinner than any other similar capacity SSD for notebooks and other mobile devices.
2009-12-11 200GB SSD delivers up to 30,000 read IOPS
HDD maker Seagate Technology is jumping into the crowded market for solid-state drives with the Pulsar 200Gbyte 2.5-inch flash drive aimed at servers.
2010-04-22 2.5-inch SSD supports SATA II interface
Strontium has launched new 2.5-inch Swift solid-state drive (SSD) equipped to deliver all the advantages of flash disk technology with the serial ATA II interface.
Bloggers Say

Bloggers Say

See what engineers like you are posting on our pages.

?
?
Back to Top