Browsing Archive April, 2012
SSD manufacturers Intel, OCZ, Kingston and Crucial are reportedly lowering the prices of their products as NAND flash chips have become considerably cheaper. ...
LSI SandForce-powered solid state drives have become uncommon and joining them is Silicon Power's V60, a SATA III drive with maximum sequential read and write ...
According to an IHS iSuppli report the market for NAND flash memory, including SSDs, will grow 8% this year. The report mentioned that the major sales drivers ...
  OWC has released their first ever PCIe SSD, the Mercury Accelsior. The drive comes in four capacities, namely 120 GB, 240 GB, 480 GB and 960 GB. The ...
Intel has been busy announcing SSD products these past few days. After the 910 and 313 series, the processor giant is also releasing the 330 series of SSDs - a ...
Critics of SSDs usually have two reasons as to why these devices could not fully replace hard disks yet: price and capacity. These issues are slowly being ...
Gamers on a budget have something to look out for with the release of Kingston’s HyperX SSD. The SandForce SF-2281 powered drive has a price tag ranging from ...
Aiming to deliver video content through flash storage without the need of server memory, Toshiba announced NPEngine, a new SSD to IP hardware engine. This ...
Following Intel’s 311 series of caches SSDs is the 313, now with improved sequential speeds although still remains at SATA II. Cache SSDs are meant to go side ...
OCZ's new flagship SSD known as the Vertex 4 was just launched, which is a big deal for the manufacturer--not least because it drops the ubiquitous SandForce ...