Phison quad-core controller, MLC flash.
Silicon Motion controller under the hood.
Samsung has announced a new high-performance 'toggle-mode' SSD.
A small Israeli start-up has developed a chip which boosts the reliability of MLC-based SSDs.
Word on the SSD street is that Sandforce is reading its SATA 6GBps controller as soon as Sept.
Dangerous Prototypes has released a device which tests EEPROM flash chips to destruction.
Other World Computing has announced the launch of a SandForce-based SSD storing 480GB.
ADATA has come up with an SSD that also includes a USB 3 port! Nifty!
The competition to the latest Micron's RealSSD SATA 6Gbps drives is due Q4, earliest.
Corsair's latest Nova Series SSDs are based on the Indilinx Barefoot Eco drive controller and Intel 32nm NAND flash. We've seen that combination perform strongly for a great price, so we wanted to find if Corsair's drive could hit the SSD sweet spot. Read on to find out.
We continue our coverage of CeBIT 2010 by taking a look at the new batch of high end motherboards, digital streamers, gold PSUs, new Sandforce SSDs, and the latest top end chassis from Cooler Master.
OCZ has announced a partnership with SSD specialist SandForce to launch a new range of consumer- and enterprise-grade SSDs - including models with 6Gb/s interfaces.
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.