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SanDisk unveils its first SSD based on TLC NAND flash memory

SanDisk On Tuesday introduced its first consumer solid-state drive that is based on triple-level-cell (TLC) NAND flash memory. The SanDisk Ultra II SSD promises to be very affordable, thanks to usage of inexpensive TLC NAND, yet the manufacturer declares rather strong performance and provides three-year limited warranty. The SanDisk Ultra …

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OCZ introduces Arc 100-series entry-level SSDs

OCZ Storage Solutions, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Toshiba Corp., on Wednesday introduced its new entry-level family of solid-state drives. The Arc 100-series of SSDs feature the latest technologies, yet do not offer leading-edge performance, however, their price promises to be very competitive. The OCZ Arc 100-series SSDs provide up to 490MB/s …

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Samsung introduces its new solid-state drive with SAS interface

While Samsung Electronics is one of the leading suppliers of consumer-oriented solid state drives, the company is not really known for its enterprise-class offerings simply because its portfolio of such drives is not really large. On Thursday Samsung introduced its new-generation SM1623 solid-state drive that features Serial Attaches SCSI (SAS) …

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SanDisk unveils its first fully-encrypted solid-state drives

SanDisk Corp. on Tuesday announced its first family of solid-state drives that support all the certified encryption technologies. The new drives are designed for corporate laptops, so expect to see them in the upcoming Lenovo ThinkPads and HP EliteBooks. The drives will be made in 2.5”/7mm and M.2 versions. The …

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SanDisk rolls-out super-fast SSDs with SAS-12Gb/s interface

SanDisk Corp. on Wednesday unveiled a new breed of high-performance solid-state drives for enterprise-class systems. The drives boast up to 1GB/s read speed, Serial Attached SCSI interface with 12Gb/s maximum bandwidth and increased endurance thanks to SLC NAND memory and SanDisk’s proprietary technologies.. SanDisk Lightning II family of solid-state drives …

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SanDisk reveals 4TB SSDs with SAS interface for data-centers

SanDisk Corp. on Wednesday announced a new solid-state drive designed for enterprises that could change the way storage systems are built today. The new Optimus Max SSD boasts 4TB capacity, high reliability as well as leading-edge performance, the qualities that are crucial for large data-centers. Nowadays data-centers use multi-tier storage …

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OCZ unveils workstation/enthusiast PCIe SSD with 1.8GB/s performance

OCZ Storage Solutions, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Toshiba Corp., on Thursday introduced a new RevoDrive 350 solid-state drive with PCI Express interface that is designed for workstations and enthusiast-class personal computers. The new SSDs feature incredible performance previously obtainable only from enterprise-class drives. OCZ RevoDrive 350 is powered by four …

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Memoright unveils SSDs with TLC NAND flash memory

Memoright, a small maker of solid-state drives from Taiwan, on Tuesday unveiled its first SSDs based on triple-level-cell NAND flash memory. The TLC NAND is more cost-efficient than traditional multi-level cell NAND flash used in the vast majority of solid-state drives, but it also requires advanced firmware and a number …

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OCZ reveals Vertex 460 solid-state drives with 19nm MLC NAND

OCZ Storage Solutions, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Toshiba Corp., on Wednesday introduced its all-new Vertex 460 solid-state drive family designed for mainstream/performance mainstream market segments. The new SSDs utilize multi-level cell NAND flash memory made using 19nm process technology, yet, they perform even better than the Vertex 450 SSDs launched …

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SanDisk launches 19nm SSD range

When it comes to money, burgers or brains – you can make the argument that bigger is better. But when it comes to technology, there is always a special place in the heart of everygeek for things that can be made smaller, sleaker and neater. Enter SanDisk. Taking the Computex …

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