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2012-02-02 A look at multilevel cell SSDs
Know the attributes, features and requirements needed to support the data center to ensure user data reliability.
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.
2008-05-12 320Gbyte mobile HDD spins at 7,200rpm
Hitachi GST has started shipment of its fourth-generation 7,200rpm mobile hard drive, the Travelstar 7K320, which offers 320Gbyte capacity, power efficiency and low acoustics.
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
2009-07-23 'First' 34nm NAND flash SSDs debut
Intel Corp. has begun shipping what it claims to be the first NAND flash solid-state drives (SSDs) based on 34nm process technology.
2015-10-23 Western Digital to buy SanDisk for $19 billion
SanDisk has been a successful vendor of flash memory for computer peripheral markets, and to ensure supply entered into a manufacturing joint venture with Toshiba Corp.
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.
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
2007-02-16 Tbyte drive, notebook flash set HDD milestones
Hitachi's first terabyte drive and SanDisk's 32GByte flash-based solid-state drive both signal long-term transitions that could make or break fortunes in mass storages
2015-06-22 SSD standard preps for much-awaited update
As flash becomes more pervasive in data centres, vendors are diversifying their SSD offerings, in part to address different workloads, which JEDEC described in full detail.
2010-11-01 SSD Form Factor Working Group kicks off standardization
Several companies have formed the Solid State Drive Form Factor Working Group to push the development of PCIe storage drives through standardization.
2009-12-07 SSD delivers 355MBps read throughput
Benchmark tests have shown that Micron's new solid-state drive is the fastest PC SSD leveraging the SATA 3Gbit/s interface
2007-01-08 SanDisk, Samsung to replace laptop HDD with flash
SanDisk Corp. and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd are battling over NAND flash memory.
2002-03-14 SanDisk offers 1GB CompactFlash card, Flash development kits
The company has announced the availability of its 1GB CompactFlash memory card for high-resolution digital cameras, digital music players, PDAs, and other handheld consumer electronic devices.
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
2006-03-27 Samsung releases 32GB NAND flash-SSD for mobile PCs
Samsung Electronics announced it has begun offering the 32-GB NAND flash-based solid state disk
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.
2007-03-16 NAND prices plunge to the pits
Prices for NAND flash memory chips are projected to crater this year, tumbling by a whopping 65 percent and prompting whispers that this once high-margin technology could soon become a nearly free commodity.
2007-01-25 NAND caching tech war, no winner yet
Neither the hybrid hard disk drives nor embedded NAND technology can be declared as winner in the brewing NAND caching technology battle as neither of the two convincingly realizes the potential of NAND caching, reveals IDC
2010-07-29 Micron backs phase-change memory
Memory chip maker Micron Technologies Inc. intends to back the phase-change memory technology it has acquired along with Numonyx BV in February 2010. The technology is likely to be applied in solid-state disk drives.
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
2007-11-14 Insights on using NAND flash in portable designs
As the raging success of Apple's iPod still rings in our ears, NAND flash memory is seen as the rising star of solid-state memory for portable and consumer applications
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.
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.
2005-09-01 Four GB drive protects head from fall
Cornice's hard-disk drive has head-retraction features that protect storage media when the drive is dropped.
2007-10-01 Flash makers position for NAND surge
Seeking to gain ground on Samsung Electronics, NAND flash rivals Hynix Semiconductor, IM Flash Technologies and Toshiba are quietly expanding their production and readying a new class of sub-45nm devices.
2002-02-26 Fairchild optically-coupled SSRs feature 4kVrms isolation
The company's new line of SSRs consist of an AlGaAs infrared LED optically-coupled to a photovoltaic generator that drives a power MOSFET detector, and features 4kVrms isolation
2012-12-11 Endurance of flash memory boosted to 100M cycles
Macronix International is set to present a paper on boosting the cycling endurance of flash memory through thermal annealing at the upcoming International Electron Devices Meeting.
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