Interest in Arm growing.
OCZ bolt 1 SSD, 2 controller chips and one RAID chip to a single PCB.
OCZ Technology has launched its first SSD to retail under $100 - the 32GB Onyx. The question remains - is it cheap enough for the storage space on offer?
Chip manufacturer Marvell has announced a new 1GHz ARM-based processor, aimed at the smartphone market, which it claims is significantly faster than Qualcomm's Snapdragon.
Marvell has taken the wraps off the latest revision to its Plug Computer line - which started last February with the SheevaPlug - and it's got some impressive specifications.
A flaw in the PATA backwards compatibility of Marvell Semiconductors' first SATA 6Gb/s chip has lead to delays.
According to a report from DRAMeXchange, solid state storage will make a poor showing this year - accounting for a mere 1.5 percent of notebook shipments.
Memory specialist Corsair has entered the SSD arms race with the Corsair P256, a new 256GB drive based on Samsung's latest drive controller architecture. Featuring an ARM processor and a 128MB DRAM cache to maximise performance, is this the next big step in SSD performance? We find out.
COMPUTEX 09: JMicron will launch its new JMF612 controller at Computex. It will apparently fix stuttering and still be fairly cheap.
SSDs might have high read speeds covered, but writing data, especially random write speeds, has held many back. Today we look at OCZ's latest high speed SSD, the Vertex, to see if the addition of onboard cache and an ARM processor can allow SSDs to fulfil their true potential.
OCZ announces that its PCI-E Z-Card SSDs have gone into production, with capacities of up to 1TB, although the 1TB model costs £2,640.34.
SandForce has announced its first range of SSDs for enterprise and mobile use, and it has a trick up its sleeve in the form of a neat new controller dubbed Duraclass.