WD_Black 2TB SN850 PCIe 4.0 down by $190
Western Digital launched rather neat deals over at Amazon.com, giving its WD_Black SN750 and SN850 SSDs a decent price cut.
Sent out a good product, get a good review and then replace it with something steam driven
Samsung has joined Crucial and Western Digital trying to score good reviews and then replacing the product with lesser components.
Coming in 240GB, 480GB, and 960GB capacities
Western Digital has released its new and affordable WD Green SN350 SSDs, which will be available in capacities ranging from 240GB to 960GB and come in a standard M.2 2280 form factor, with PCIe 3.0 interface.
WD Red Network Attached Storage hard drives
Redditors of /r/DataHoarder have got their knickers in a twist with Western Digital for misrepresenting the rotational speed of their WD Red Network Attached Storage hard drives.
While all three of the conventional hard drive vendors -- Toshiba, Western Digital, and Seagate -- have been sneaking disks featuring Shingled Magnetic Recording technology into unexpected places it looks like WD will have to face the music.
Coming with Gaming Mode
Western Digital has unveiled its latest addition to the SSD lineup, the WD Black SN750 series NVMe SSD which is based on WD's own controller and SanDisk's 64-layer 3D TLC NAND, as well as a unique Gaming Mode.
WD's own controller and Sandisk 3D TLC NAND
Western Digital has officially unveiled and launched its newest WD Black NVMe M.2 2280 PCIe SSDs which will be available in 250GB, 500GB, and 1TB capacities and use WD's in-house controller paired up with Sandisk 3D TLC NAND, offering sequential transfer speed of up to 3,400/2,800 MB/s.
Everything is great
Western Digital has provided strong profit forecasts for the current quarter and the full year and said the flash memory market would grow faster this year.
Samsung beats Chipzilla up
Figures just in from the Gartner Group showed that Samsung was the leader in chip sales in 2017.
Western Digital’s cunning plan to squeeze more from old tech
Western Digital’s boffins have come up with microwave-assisted magnetic recording (MAMR) which can use the company’s existing production chain to cram a lot more storage onto a standard 3.5-inch disk.