Intel, Micron expand 3D XPoint production fab
Going all-out to replace NAND.
Should trickle to consumer products, too.
Add-in card 280GB and 480GB; 2.5” 280GB only.
The first drive to feature Intel and Micron's 3D NAND, the MX300 comes in 2.5in and M.2 flavours.
Part of its cost reduction efforts.
Aims to prevent thermal throttling.
PCs, an SSD, and a liquid-cooled GPU.
First WD-branded consumer drives.
Up to 2.1GB/s write, 3.5GB/s read.
Toshiba takes the fight to Samsung with its new OCZ RD400 PCI-E M.2 NVMe SSD.
14 percent of its global workforce.
530MB/sec read, 170MB/sec write.
Day 2 of Computex was spent at the Hyatt hotel, where there were plenty more goodies on show
Taps Twist for synthetic strands.
Ignition Boost to get things spinning.
Plextor throws it hat into the ring of low-cost SSDs. Does the M6V have what it takes?
No competition concerns, says EC.
The drives feature Toshiba's new 15nm TLC NAND but are otherwise unchanged
A month late to the party.
M.2, SATA Express, U.2, NVMe and more explained in our handy guide to next-gen SSDs
Samsung sets a new bar for M.2 SSDs with its NVMe touting SSD 950 Pro
Crucial enters its first TLC NAND SSD into the market, and the pricing is pretty sweet
Synology's latest NAS promises 4K video transcoding on-the-fly
It's only taken four years...
Faulty test system means no review (yet). But here's a teaser of Samsung's latest SSD.