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0 Crucial has announced a new 2TB variant of their MX300 SSD

Crucial has announced a new 2TB variant of their MX300 SSD

Mark Campbell | 30th August 2016

Crucial has announced a new 2TB variant of their MX300 SSD, which uses 3D NAND and will launch in September.

11 Intel's 600P series of M.2 SSDs are now available to purchase in the UK

Intel's 600P series of M.2 SSDs are now available to purchase in the UK

Mark Campbell | 26th August 2016

Intel's 600P series of M.2 SSDs are now available to purchase in the UK at some crazy low prices for an NVMe drive.

5 Intel announces their 600P series of M.2 SSDs

Intel announces their 600P series of M.2 SSDs

Mark Campbell | 25th August 2016

Intel announces their 600P series of M.2 SSDs for the mainstream market.

4 ADATA announced their Ultimate SU800 series of 3DNAND SSDs

ADATA announced their Ultimate SU800 series of 3DNAND SSDs

Mark Campbell | 25th August 2016

ADATA announced their Ultimate SU800 series of 3DNAND SSDs, offering higher storage density, increased performance and lower power consumption than SSDs using traditional NAND.

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0 Toshiba delivered a presentation on 4-bit QLC flash at FMS

Toshiba delivered a presentation on 4-bit QLC flash at FMS

Mark Campbell | 12th August 2016

Toshiba delivered a presentation on 4-bit QLC flash at the Flash Memory Summit, which should open up the possibility for 100TB SSDs in the future.

0 Samsung announces their 4th Generation 64-layer V-NAND

Samsung announces their 4th Generation 64-layer V-NAND

Mark Campbell | 10th August 2016

Samsung announces their 4th Generation 64-layer V-NAND, which offers capacities of 512Gb and speeds of up to 100MB/s per die.

1 Micron launches their new 3D UFS SSDs for portable devices

Micron launches their new 3D UFS SSDs for portable devices

Mark Campbell | 10th August 2016

Micron launches their new 3D UFS SSDs for mobile phones and other portable devices, offering performance which is similar to existing SATA SSDs.

8 Seagate has created a 60TB NVMe SSD

Seagate has created a 60TB NVMe SSD

Mark Campbell | 10th August 2016

Seagate has created a 60TB 3.5" SSD, the largest SSD in the world with plans to release in 2017.

11 Western Digital releases their new 10TB Gold series datacenter HDDs

Western Digital releases their new 10TB Gold series datacenter HDDs

Mark Campbell | 3rd August 2016

Western Digital releases their new 10TB Gold series datacenter HDDs, offering 25% more capacity and up to 21% faster sequential performance.

0 Biostar enters the SSD market with their G300 series of Solid State Drives

Biostar enters the SSD market with their G300 series of Solid State Drives

Mark Campbell | 2nd August 2016

Biostar has now entered the SSD market with their G300 series of Solid State Drives.

0 Seagate announces their first 2TB Nytro XM1440 M.2 SSD

Seagate announces their first 2TB Nytro XM1440 M.2 SSD

Mark Campbell | 27th July 2016

Seagate has announced their first 2TB Nytro XM1440 M.2 NVMe SSD, offering unparalleled SSD storage density for the Enterprise market.

4 Western Digital will release their new BiCS3 64-layer 3D NAND this year

Western Digital will release their new BiCS3 64-layer 3D NAND this year

Mark Campbell | 26th July 2016

Western Digital will release their new BiCS3 64-layer 3D NAND this year, offering increased memory performance with greater reliability that comes at a reduced cost.

2 Crucial announce 275GB, 525GB and 1TB versions of their MX300 SSD

Crucial announce 275GB, 525GB and 1TB versions of their MX300 SSD

Mark Campbell | 26th July 2016

Crucial has announced new 275GB, 525GB and 1TB versions of their MX300 SSD. An M.2 variant is also in the works.

1 Supertalent announce their PCIe Nova U.2 SSD

Supertalent announce their PCIe Nova U.2 SSD

Mark Campbell | 21st July 2016

Supertalent has announced their PCIe Nova U.2 SSD, which will come with read and write speeds of 3000MB/s and 2.2GB/s with capacities that range from 120GB to 1920GB.

0 Seagate has launched a whole new range of SATA HDDs

Seagate has launched a whole new range of SATA HDDs

Mark Campbell | 19th July 2016

Seagate has launched a whole new range of SATA HDDs, including SSD enhanced FireCUDA drives and drives with capacities of up to 10TB.

0 Amazon Prime Day SSD Deals

Amazon Prime Day SSD Deals

Mark Campbell | 12th July 2016

There are some great SSD deals to be had today. Let's have a look at what SSDs are best for each price bracket and which one you should be spending your money on.

0 Intel XPoint SSD roadmap leaks

Intel XPoint SSD roadmap leaks

Mark Campbell | 13th June 2016

A roadmap for Intel's Ultra fast XPoint memory has leaked online. This is a new memory type that offers speeds that are between DRAM and traditional NAND.

2 Corsair announces their new Neutron XTI SSD

Corsair announces their new Neutron XTI SSD

Mark Campbell | 6th June 2016

Corsair has announced their new Neutron XTI SSD, offering improved performance consistency and decreased storage latency.

1 Plextor announce their M8Pe PCIe and M.2 SSDs

Plextor announce their M8Pe PCIe and M.2 SSDs

Mark Campbell | 31st May 2016

Plextor has been showing off their new M8Pe PCIe and M.2 SSDs at Computex, offering sequential read and write speeds of up to 2500MB/s and 1400MB/s respectively and capacities of up to 1TB.

0 Samsung announced 500GB SSD 750 Evo and EU availability

Samsung announced 500GB SSD 750 Evo and EU availability

Mark Campbell | 25th May 2016

Samsung announced 500GB SSD 750 Evo and wider availability of their existing 250GB and 120GB variants. More budget friendly SSDs are coming to the EU!

5 Toshiba Launches OCZ RD400 M.2 NVMe SSD

Toshiba Launches OCZ RD400 M.2 NVMe SSD

Mark Campbell | 25th May 2016

Toshiba has announced their new OCZ RD400 M.2 NVMe SSDs, with read and write speeds of up to 2600MB/s and 1600MB/s respectively and capacities of up to 1TB.

4 AMD reportedly confirms that they will make M.2 SSDs

AMD reportedly confirms that they will make M.2 SSDs

Mark Campbell | 16th May 2016

AMD has reportedly confirmed that they will be making faster M.2 and SATA SSDs after the release of their R3 series SSDs. Are R7 or R9 SSDs on the Horizon?

3 Millions of Email Accounts from Gmail, Hotmail and Yahoo have been stolen

Millions of Email Accounts from Gmail, Hotmail and Yahoo have been stolen

Mark Campbell | 5th May 2016

Millions of usernames, passwords, and other information have been stolen from email providers like Gmail, Hotmail and Yahoo alongside the account details of employees at several US banks.

11 AMD Releases R3 Series of SSDs

AMD Releases R3 Series of SSDs

Mark Campbell | 3rd May 2016

AMD has just released their new R3 series of SSDs, offering some competitive pricing and a Radeon Aesthetic.

8 Scientists create battery that doesn't degrade when recharged

Scientists create battery that doesn't degrade when recharged

Mark Campbell | 23rd April 2016

Scientists have created a battery that can be recharged without degradation.

9 The Opera web browser now has a free Built-in VPN service

The Opera web browser now has a free Built-in VPN service

Mark Campbell | 21st April 2016

The Opera web browser now has a free Built-in VPN service with 256-bit encryption, allowing you to access region-restricted content with ease.

1 Intel Demos 3D XPoint Optane Memory with Copy speeds of 2GB/s

Intel Demos 3D XPoint Optane Memory with Copy speeds of 2GB/s

Mark Campbell | 15th April 2016

Intel has Demoed their new 3D XPoint Optane Memory, showcasing Copy speeds of 2GB/s.

3 Crucial will be releasing an MX300 SSD with 3D NAND this month

Crucial will be releasing an MX300 SSD with 3D NAND this month

Mark Campbell | 14th April 2016

Micron has announced that Crucial will be releasing an MX300 SSD with 3D NAND later this month.

0 Samsung introduce 7.68TB 2.5" SSD

Samsung introduce 7.68TB 2.5" SSD

Mark Campbell | 28th March 2016

Samsung has introduced their new PM963 7.68TB 2.5" Enterprise SSD which offers speeds of up to 1,600MB/s reads and 1,200MB/s writes.

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