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2008-08-15 Toshiba-Wave Systems tandem eyes mobile PC encryption
Toshiba Storage Device Division (SDD) and Wave Systems Corp. will be working together to develop a robust standards-based solution for the secure encryption of data on mobile computing platforms, such as laptop PCs.
2004-09-13 Toshiba, Samsung joint venture unveils DVD-ROM
Toshiba introduced its SD-M1912 DVD-ROM, which is the first drive to ship from the new Toshiba Samsung Storage Technology joint venture
2005-09-15 Toshiba to highlight PMR at DiskCon 2005
Toshiba Storage Device Division (SDD) will showcase its perpendicular magnetic recording (PMR) at DiskCon 2005 on Sept. 20-21, at the Westin Hotel/Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, California.
2007-11-30 Toshiba SDD unveils 80GB automotive HDD
Toshiba Storage Device Division has expanded its automotive-grade hard disk drive line with the introduction of a 2.5-inch 80GB offering, which provides a significant capacity increase to enable the next generation of advanced navigation, in-car entertainment and vehicle connectivity solutions.
2006-01-09 Toshiba to hike tiny drives to 10GB
Toshiba announced plans last week to boost the capacity of its ultra-small 0.85-inch hard disk drives to 10GB, giving even greater storage space for future small form-factor gadgets
2004-08-27 Toshiba packs 30GB of data in new HDDs
Toshiba disclosed that its two new 1.8-inch hard-disk drives draw on its latest advances in HDD technologies
2005-09-12 Toshiba competition drives design excellence
The Toshiba Europe Storage Device Division has launched the 'Hard Disk Drive Revolution' design competition in which design students at Europe's design universities and professionals at European design houses can submit concept designs based on Toshiba's world record breaking 0.85-inch hard drive.
2005-05-17 Toshiba acquires Panasonic's miniature HDD design center
Toshiba Corp. has strengthened its grip on the small hard-disk drive (HDD) business with its acquisition of Panasonic Shikoku Electronics' HDD design center
2004-01-12 Tiny Toshiba drive blurs flash/disk boundary
Toshiba's storage device division announced plans for 2GB and 4GB disk drives at the Consumer Electronics Show measuring just 0.85-inches across.
2014-08-20 AMD joins storage market with SSDs for gamers
The Radeon R7 series is an excellent choice for gamers looking to upgrade their system's overall responsiveness with an economical solution that puts performance and reliability front and centre.
2006-09-13 Xyratex expands data storage operations in Asia
Xyratex, a spinoff in 1994 from IBM's data storage and manufacturing operations, has acquired Jastam Trading of Japan for about $1.5 million
2006-06-20 2.5-inch HDD offers 'highest' areal density
Toshiba has introduced a 200GByte 2.5-inch HDD based on advanced perpendicular magnetic recording (PMR) technology
2006-09-20 1.8-inch PMR HDDs offer 134Gb/in? areal density
Toshiba's new 1.8-inch HDDs deliver an increased areal density of 134Gbits per square inch and offer improved media rates of 356.8Mbps, said to be the best in their class today
2008-03-03 HDDs drive next-gen car infotainment systems
TMI Products' Vizualogic unit and Toshiba have collaborated on a new system designed to drive the next generation of car infotainment as the market rapidly evolves
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
2011-10-04 Kindle Fire adds spice to tablet wars
Kindle fire brings a welcome competition to the Apple-dominated tablet market, but it may also challenge opportunities for Taiwan system builders trying to make a mark in the new mobile market.
2014-07-11 Encryption-enabled devices guard data, performance
While the a flood of connected devices is making all the more urgent the need to encrypt data at the MCU or SSD level, perceptions that encryption takes away from the devices' performance remain.
2008-02-19 A/V, memory glitz and glam at IIC-China
This year's IIC-China will gather over 240 international IC tycoons and local manufacturers to showcase their latest and offerings to satisfy the increasing demand for high-quality and high-definition consumer electronics.
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