HD’s might not be SSD’s more reliable cousin
Some are more reliable than others
While most of the world only uses HDs for long term data storage tasks, some of them might not be fit for the purpose.
Disk drives to hit 30TB by end of next year
Platter maker thinks it can hit its target
The company which makes HD platters said that it expects to "realise near-line HDD having storage capacity of more than 30TB" by the end of 2023.
Toshiba CEO suddenly falls on sword
Sudden departure after restructuring plans
Toshiba CEO Satoshi Tsunakawa announced a surprise resignation after revised restructuring plans sparked opposition within the company and anger from shareholders.
BT and Tosh build quantum-secured metro fibre optic network
Beware the potentially dead or alive quantum kitty
UK ISP BT and partner Toshiba have today announced that they intend to build the “world’s first” quantum-secured metro fibre optic network between commercial sites in London.
Toshiba back in black
Pretty much in line with what everyone thought
Toshiba reported a first-quarter operating profit that was in line with analyst estimates, helped by cost cuts and a recovery from a pandemic-driven hit to demand.
Toshiba chair fights calls to resign
It is all someone else’s fault
Toshiba’s chairman of the board Osamu Nagayama pushed back against investor calls for him to resign, blaming its former chief executive for a "confrontational stance" towards shareholders that helped pitch the Japanese company into crisis.
Toshiba releases FC-MAMR
8 TB capacity along with an ultra-low idle power
Toshiba has released what it calls the industry's first hard drive featuring flux control microwave assisted magnetic recording (FC-MAMR) technology.
Toshiba goes ballististic with two superpowered AI algorithms
Have calculated the existance of rice pudding and income tax
Toshiba boffins have come up with a Ballistic Simulated Bifurcation Algorithm (bSB) and the Discrete Simulated Bifurcation Algorithm (dSB) which will be applied to finding solutions to highly complex problems in areas as diverse as drug development, portfolio management and logistics management.
Toshiba goes back into the red
Toshiba Corp reported on Wednesday its first quarterly operating loss in nearly four years as the coronavirus pandemic hit demand for its electronic devices, copiers and chip-making equipment.
Toshiba is no longer a PC vendor
End of an era
Toshiba has transferred its remaining shares of Dynabook to Sharp, and the company's time as a PC vendor are no more.