OCZ today unveiled their first miniPCI-Express SSD Series for netbooks in 16 or 32GB capacity and will be available in both SATA and PATA interfaces. Notebook upgraders can choose either the SATA version that delivers 110 MB/s read and 51 MB/s write speed, or the PATA upgrade that features a 45MB/sec read and 35MB/sec write
G.Skill today launches Falcon SATA II 2.5″ MLC-based Solid State Drive (SSD) Series based on the latest Indilink controller and comes with 64MB DRAM buffer. The Falcon series is available in capacities of 64GB, 128GB and 256GB. The 64GB version is capable of a read/write performance of 230/135 MB/s while the 128 and 256-GB are capable of 230/190 MB/s.
Keen to get your hands on a SSD storage? Perhaps a SSD Express card might be of your fancy. I-O Data unveils its latest SSD Express Card storage that is expected to retail in May.
(Engadget) Available in 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB options, Dell will be offering Samsung encrypted SSDs as part of the arsenal. It is not know what encryption algorithm they are using but it might be a some 128 bit encryption standard. Prices are unspecified yet but they wont be coming cheap.
Super Talent is now shipping the MasterDrive RX family of SSDs in capacities up to 512GB featuring their RAIDSSD Technology. There are 2 versions; SLC and MLC. The SLC based SSDs come in capacities of 128GB and 256GB with a max sequential read speed of 230MB/s and write speed of 200MB/s where the MLC based SSDs
(Impress) It just gets better, aint it? Announced yesterday, Super Talent’s 2TB PCIe RAIDDrive is one monster SSD that gives you up to 1.3GBps sequential write speed, while the read speed gives you up to whooping 1.2GBps
Western Digital have announced today that it will be entering the solid state drive (SSD) market with a acquisition of SiliconSystems Inc. With the acquisition to be immediate, SiliconSystems will operate as WD’s Solid-State Storage business unit, similar to the existing business units of Branded Products, Client Storage, Consumer Storage, and Enterprise Storage.
Photofast G-Monster PCI-e SSD is a product by MobileMode Japan. Want to achieve fast startup OS time, a read speed of up to 750MB/s and write speed of up to 700MB/s ? Read on
Engadget reports that A-DATA has announced a new 2.5″ SATA II SSD 300 Plus, a next generation Solid State Drive with increased performance. By how much you say ? Lets check it out.
(Impress) Solidata has launched their new “P2″ – a 2.5″ Flash SSD that comes with an IDE interface. The current lineup models are of 64GB and 32GB versions. A quick look at the specifications reveal the following.
A-DATA has launched the 512GB XPG™ 2.5” SSD, designed for notebook and PC enthusiasts. It delivers fast transfer rate up to 230MB/s and 160MB/s read and write. It comes with SATA-II and mini-USB 2.0 port encased in a Aluminmum casing. Dimension : 10×7.1×9.2cm and weighs 85g.
SiS today announced the first generation SSD memory controllers; LVT820 and LVT815 that are able to support external DRAM interfaces for reducing wear out rate. LVT820 and LVT815 support all mainstream SLC & MLC solid-state memory devices. LVT820 and LVT815 adopt the advanced 0.11um silicon process with LFBGA “Green” packaging technology. LVT820 and LVT815 are sampling
After releasing the 128 GB 2.5-inch SATA II SSD, Silicon Power doubled it with a 256GB version. It can reach a read speed of 165 MB/s and a write speed of 95MB/s as well as the very low (0.2ms) latency.
A-DATA has launched A-DATA XPG 3.5” SSD Enclosure, turning up to two 2.5” SATA SSDs into a 3.5” SATA drive. This enclosure fits exactly into a common 3.5”desktop bay or floppy disk bay without having to purchase any attachments to mount 2.5” drives into the enclosure. This product is available as a total solution including two 2.5”