Based on Marvell controller and MLC NAND
ADATA has officially launched its latest XPG series M.2 PCIe SSD, the ADATA XPG SX900. Based on a Marvell controller in combination with MLC NAND, the XPG SX9000 M.2 PCIe SSD will offer impressive performance and be available in capacities of 256GB, 512GB and 1TB.
Reaching 3,000 MB/s and 2,400 MB/s for read and write
Although we've already seen it earlier, Corsair has now officially launched its latest high-performance Neutron NX 500 series NVMe PCIe SSDs that will be available in 400GB and 800GB capacities.
Based on TLC 3D V-NAND
Samsung has revealed plans to launch a new SSD series that will replace the currently available 960 EVO and 960 Pro.
Promises great things for upcoming UV500 series
Kingston has announced that it has shipped over six million SSD units based on Marvell controllers, as well as announcing the upcoming UV500 series, which will be the company's first 3D NAND SSD based on Marvell's newest 88SS1074 controller.
Gets reviewed as well
Although not officially announced by Corsair, the Neutron NX500 series PCIe NVMe 800GB and 400GB SSDs have appeared at Newegg.com as well as being reviewed.
Coming in Nickel and Black versions
EK Water Blocks, known for its high-end liquid cooling components, has announced its new passive heatsink for M.2 form-factor SSDs.
Datacenter-oriented NVMe SSDs
Intel has introduced its new datacenter-oriented P4501 SSD series based on its second-generation NVMe controller, 3D TLC NAND and either M.2 or 2.5-inch U.2 form-factors.
SSDs vulnerable to Rowhammer type attacks
NAND flash memory chips running solid-state drives (SSDs), include what could be called "programming vulnerabilities" that can be exploited to alter stored data or shorten the SSD's lifespan.
Based on 3D NAND
ADATA revealed its new Ultimate SU700 2.5-inch SATA 6Gpbs SSD series that will use 3D NAND, paired up with a new Maxiotek controller.
Will co-exist with SSD, like ebony and ivory
Seagate might have been pushing into the solid state drive (SSD) market with shedloads of acquisitions or strategic alliances with SSD partners, but that does not mean that HDs are a thing of the past.