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Gaurang Shah | 1st December 2010
Toshiba Storage Device Division (SDD) today announced the introduction of a new 2.5in Self-Encrypting Drive.
Gaurang Shah | 26th November 2010
The geeks at Hitachi have developed a revolutionary new hard disk drive technology that could change the capacity of HDDs for ever.
Gaurang Shah | 23rd November 2010
The new and upgraded RAIDDrive from Super Talent gives a fair idea of the data transfer speeds that USB 3.0 is capable of achieving.
Gaurang Shah | 17th November 2010
Storage device manufacturer Buffalo Technology today upgraded its product line with the addition of two new external storage solutions.
Gaurang Shah | 8th November 2010
Intel has expanded its Postville X25-M series of drives with the addition of a new 120 GB SSD.
Gaurang Shah | 1st November 2010
High performance memory manufacturer OCZ recently announced an upgrade to its highly successful RevoDrive series SSDs.
Gaurang Shah | 27th October 2010
Solid state memory manufacturer Patriot Memory yesterday took the wraps of its latest offering – the Torqx TRB series of SSDs.
Derrick Huey | 27th September 2010
As with most flash products, the JEDEC wants to make sure SSDs are up to spec.
Derrick Huey | 20th July 2010
ADATA brings out a new SSD utilizing JMicron's next generation controller.
Alex Myers | 18th June 2010
OCZ have announced the addition of 1.8" drives to their SSD range.
Derrick Huey | 24th May 2010
Seagate is ready to make another attempt at a hybrid SSD/HDD.
Alex Myers | 24th May 2010
Samsung have put up firmware patches for their recent F3 drives to fix problems for users of AMD’s SB850 Southbridge.
Alex Myers | 22nd May 2010
Corsair have unveiled their newest Force SSDs, featuring up to 285MB/sec read and 275MB/sec write speeds.
Gaurang Shah | 31st March 2010
Toshiba introduced its biggest 2.5” drive hard disks just few days back and has today followed it up with the release of its high-capacity Canvio Portable HDDs.
Gaurang Shah | 29th March 2010
Storage devices’ manufacturer Apricorn today announced the expansion of its Apricorn suite of hardware encrypted portable drives with the new Aegis Padlock Pro.
Gaurang Shah | 27th March 2010
OCZ’s newest range of SSDs under its Agility and Vertex banners will soon be hitting retail markets.
Gaurang Shah | 25th March 2010
Japanese tech major Toshiba today took its storage devices line-up a step further with the release of its largest-ever 2.5in hard drives.
Gaurang Shah | 24th March 2010
Patriot Memory today joined the league of secure flash drives’ manufacturers with the release of its Xporter Bolt encrypted flash drive.
Gaurang Shah | 22nd March 2010
Active Media Products (AMP) has come up with a couple of combo flash drives that feature both eSATA and USB 2.0 interfaces.
Gaurang Shah | 21st March 2010
Leading SSD OEM manufacturer Foremay yesterday announced the release of its full line of EC188D-series PCIe flash hard drives.
Gaurang Shah | 18th March 2010
LSI today announced the release of its PCI Express based SSD to OEMs, a move that could signal the advent of the fastest SSD currently available in the market.
Gaurang Shah | 15th March 2010
Intel today announced the release of its new “affordable” range of X25-V Value SATA SSDs.
Gaurang Shah | 11th March 2010
Windows XP users who upgrade their hard drives in the coming year might be faced with a big issue; the format of hard drives is soon to undergo a massive upgrade.
Gaurang Shah | 11th March 2010
OCZ today announced the launch of its new Onyx series SSDs, which it claims delivers performance and exceptional value to customers.
Gaurang Shah | 9th March 2010
Leading memory and storage equipment manufacturer Corsair recently announced the launch of its all new Force Series of SSDs.
Gaurang Shah | 8th March 2010
This year’s CeBIT has been the launching pad for many-a-product from leading manufacturers; G.Skill too joined the bandwagon when it showed off its latest Phoenix SSD series on Friday.
Gaurang Shah | 27th February 2010
Corsair today introduced two new SSD lines, one based on the new JMicron JMF612 controller and the second based on Indilinx Barefoot controller.
Derrick Huey | 22nd February 2010
Intel aims to dramatically increase the storage capacities of both their enterprise and mainstream SSD lines.