Intel launches its latest SSD range, the 520 Series, featuring an LSI SandForce controller.
Intel has released a new version of its SSD Toolkit with performance-enhancing features.
Intel has released the latest version of its Rapid Storage Driver, which brings TRIM support to SSDs in a RAID array - although not, for some reason, RAID 5.
Kingston's latest SSD features a brand new drive controller from Toshiba and as a result boasts some very impressive sequential read and write speeds. Does it have what it takes to compete with the competition currently on the market?
SilverStone's newly announced HDDBoost pairs an SSD with a hard disk, delivering SSD speed for TBs of storage.
Think toughened storage extends to a bit of rubber around a memory key or wrapping a hard disk in bubble-wrap when you post it? Well that's just not good enough! Join us as we watch ioSafe roast, soak, bash, drop and crushes its latest NAS under the caterpillar tracks of digger before rescuing the data.
Laptops supporting the new SDXC memory card standard - which scales to 2TB - are due from Lenovo, Dell, and HP - but Apple is absent from the list.
Fusion-IO has unveiled a bespoke PCI-E device which links eight ioDrive SSD modules together - and a system based around it which manages 1TB/s sustained data transfer.
Sources tell bit-tech that Intel's Braidwood cache technology is pushed back as far as 2011 now.
Kingston has expanded its V-Series of SSDs with the launch of a new 40GB budget concious drive. Built around the same drive controller and NAND memory as Intel's new X25-X line of SSDs, could this drive convince you to take the SSD plunge?
Kingston is a big name when it comes to memory, but not as well known when it comes SSDs. Boasting a Samsung drive controller, could Kingston's latest offering, the SSD NOW V+ 64GB change that? We fire up the benchmark rig and find out.
Toshiba has taken the wraps of a pair of new, ultra-small SSDs for slim notebooks and netbooks - including one unit that uses the new mini-SATA connection standard.
Memory maker Pretec has announced a new SSD line which features a self-destruct feature capable of completely wiping the device in around 0.1 seconds.
SSDs are great, but Windows Vista wasn't designed with them in mind. If you want to get the best from your SSD, you'll need to perform a number of tweaks and fixes to not only improve performance, but keep your OS from needlessly thrashing your drive. We show you how.