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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.
2012-07-04 Study allows transistors to switch to vacuum as medium
A team of researchers from the University of Pittsburgh have discovered a device structure which allows a switch from solid-state back to vacuum as the medium for electron transport in transistors.
2008-01-09 Strong Q3 revives HDD profit: iSuppli
iSuppli Corp. reported that the hard disk drive industry had resurgence in profitability in Q3, signaling that the storage market finally is on firmer ground.
2008-08-06 Storage drives boast rotating media option, larger capacity
VMETRO has announced the availability of additional new storage alternatives for its VMDRIVE.
2007-07-03 ST, French tech org team on mini energy sources
STMicroelectronics and CEA, a French public technological research organization, have signed an agreement to collaborate on the development of new miniaturized energy sources.
2009-05-11 ST taps FET's lithium battery tech
STMicroelectronics has signed a commercial agreement with Front-Edge Technology (FET), enabling ST to bring FET's NanoEnergy ultrathin lithium battery technology to a wide range of new markets and applications.
2008-09-09 ST takes wrap off AC-switch gate driver with supervisor IC
The STCC08 from STMicroelectronics is said to be the first solid-state AC-switch driver to integrate switch-supervision, allowing designers to save board space and reduce workload with a straightforward solution for mains-powered devices designed to meet IEC60335-1 and IEC60730-1 safety standards.
2006-05-02 SSRs feature fast switching
Avago Technologies has introduced a pair of dual-channel, high-speed, optically-isolated MOSFET-output solid-state relays.
2008-08-18 SSRs deliver increased load current capacity
Clare Inc., an IXYS company, has released LCB716, a 1-Form-B solid-state relay, and the dual-pole combination LBA716, integrating independent 1-Form-A and 1-Form-B relays into a compact package. Both are 60V devices with 0.5A and 1A of load current, respectively.
2008-09-03 SSR paves way for enhanced installation system
Crouzet has introduced the better GN series of solid state relays with compliance of the IEC IP20 touch safe regulation as well as IEC IP00 requirements.
2008-06-13 SSR exhibits longer 'survivability' in harsh environment
Clare recently released a fast-actuating, current-limiting, optically isolated solid-state relay, which incorporates active current limit and thermal shutdown circuitry for improved survivability in harsh environments.
2013-06-10 SSL extends lifespan of LED bulb
Solid-state lighting can lengthen an LED bulb's lifetime by managing internal thermal conditions in closed lighting fixture.
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.
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.
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.
2012-02-28 SSD targets enterprise storage apps
Smart Storage Systems' Optimus Ultra SAS SSD delivers read/write performance of 100K/60K IOPS, available in capacities ranging from 150GB to 1.2TB.
2008-07-22 SSD standardization endeavors continue
To address the standards needs of the emerging solid-state drive (SSD) market, Jedec has formed the JC-64.8 Subcommittee.
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.
2010-08-16 SSD features SATA for enterprise apps
The RealSSD P300 solid-state drive delivers up to 44,000 read and 16,000 write I/O operations per second.
2010-11-23 SSD earns spot in IBM supercomputer
SMART Modular Technologies Inc.'s 2.5-inch Enterprise-grade MLC NAND flash solid state drive will be used in the planned IBM POWER7 high-performance supercomputer.
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.
2013-11-22 SSD controller flaunts dual PCIe, SATA interface support
LSI launched its third generation SandForce flash controller line, a flash management technology for driving PCIe and SATA solid state drive (SSD) and flash card solutions.
2012-12-04 Sparks fly as OLEDs, LEDs face off
A report by Yole Developpement revealed that as OLEDs target the lighting market, it is expected to go head to head with the much more established LED technology.
2006-02-08 Sony touts Cell processor for real-time tasks
Real-time computing will bring a paradigm shift for both the PC and semiconductor industries, according to the president and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment.
2010-01-21 SLC SSD achieves fast data erase
From White Electronic Designs Corp. comes a secure single-level cell (SLC) NAND solid-state drive (SSD) that provides compact, secure and reliable data storage for embedded military applications.
2008-11-21 SiliconDrive SDDs meet critical OEM specs
SiliconSystems has introduced its SiliconDrive II 1.8-inch parallel ATA SSDs that use the company's advanced storage technology, along with enhanced performance and capacities in a smaller form factor.
2008-01-04 Silicon TV tuners clearing hurdles
Although mobile phone and WLAN transceivers made the transition to silicon ICs years ago, solid-state TV tuners have been slower off the starting block. Recently, several companies have started to offer IC-based TV receivers that will replace the traditional "can tuner."
2003-04-30 SIDACtor Comparison scale
This document shows the V-I characteristics of sidacs with negative resistance and positive switching slope.
2011-02-21 Shunt protectors cut LED lighting failure rates
Bourns' LSP series of open LED shunt protectors address the failure rates of early LED designs.
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