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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Only up from here, predicts CEO Milligan.
DRAM by five.
NAND flash price rises likely.
Will pay Intel $1.5bn for its share.
Independent development proceeds.
Tested only in simulations, though.
Doubles capacities in two years.
QLC on-track for mass adoption.
New IO scheduler boosts performance.
No word on availability or pricing.
Flash giant courting suitors, says source.
SanDisk has inked an $1.1bn deal to acquire Fusion-io.
Stacking to boost performance, capacity.
MOSAID has unveiled a prototype HLNAND SSD which it claims holds massive potential performance.
Dangerous Prototypes has released a device which tests EEPROM flash chips to destruction.
Seagate's entry into the solid state device market has been delayed due to an issue with work carried out by partner LSI, according to an investment banker.
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.
Hagiwara SSD has announced a new range of tiny 1" SSD drives which use caching and wear-levelling technologies originally developed for 2.5" units.
The SDHC flash memory format is seeing stiff competition from newcomer SDXC, with solid state specialist Pretec announcing a 32GB card based around the new standard.
Flash memory manufacturer Spansion has filed for bankruptcy protection in both the US and Japan as it faces mounting debts in a slowing market.
Kanguru has announced the availability of a rather novel pendrive featuring both USB 2.0 and eSATA 3Gb/s connectivity, with a surprising difference in performance between the two.
OCZ technologies has announced the general availability of series of solid state drives which includes a 128GB model for under £250.
The memory type that replaces flash memory in many applications could be MRAM, which has been in R&D since the 1990s.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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