Catfight on SSDs makes Intel howl
Samsung ruled the global solid state drive (SSD) market last year with a market share double that of its main rival Intel.
To feature "periodic refresh"
While Samsung already patched its 840 EVO firmware earlier last year, it appears that it took a bit longer to fix the read performance degradation problem, but the new fix should be available later this month.
Leaves SATA drives in the dust
Intel has launched new 750-series solid state drives, based on PCIe and NVMe interfaces, enabling substantially higher performance than the company’s SATA SSDs.
The River Phison swept me away....
NAND flash device controller supplier, which is not named after a biblical river, Phison Electronics is looking to expand its SSD operation in 2015.
More porn super fast
Intel wants to stuff four bits per cell to get more storage out of SSDs
Based on Barefoot 3 controller
OCZ has officially announced its newest addition to the Vector SSD lineup, the Vector 180 SSD, as well as new OCZ Guru storage management software.
Up to 1400MB/s read and 1000MB/s write
Back in January at CES 2015, we had a chance to see Kingston's HyperX Predator PCIe SSD line and company representatives promised that we should see products in retail by February.
M.2 or PCIe, 1500+ MB/s read
Kingston HyperX is a strong brand when it comes to a performance storage and memory components, and now the company has refreshed its SSD offering with the Predator line of SSDs.
New SSDs for the new year
Crucial is a well known player in the solid state drive market and it's no wonder that the company came to CES 2015 in Las Vegas with a couple of new consumer SSDs, the MX200 and the BX100 series.
More at CES 2015
ADATA has been doing a good job in supplying DDR3 and DDR4 memory, making fancy USB 3.0 flash drives and SSDs. The company is now planning to introduce a refreshed line of storage products and some of them will feature the latest USB 3.1 high speed Type C connector.