Micron M600 mSATA SSD Review (256GB)

M.2 SSDs were developed to replace the mSATA form factor, however these devices are still in their infancy and the demand for mSATA SSD still exists. mSATA SSDs are mainly deployed in mobile devices such as tablets, laptops, and Ultrabooks because they allow for lighter and thinner designs. Their high performance, small foot print, and low power consumption make them …

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ADATA Announces Enterprise Grade SR1010 Server SSD

ADATA Technology, a world-leading producer of high-performance DRAM memory and NAND flash devices, is announcing its SR1010 enterprise grade server SSD. The SR1010 features comprehensive data encryption, superior performance and reliability that is compatible with multiple operating systems. Data centers and enterprise servers require a robust and effective mechanism to prevent incalculable damage and vital data loss in the event …

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Micron M600 M.2 SATA SSD Review (256GB)

M.2 SSDs are starting to gain traction. The Samsung XP941 is starting to become more available and Plextor won Best of Show with their M6e at FMS this year. Both LiteOn and Hynix displayed some 1TB M.2 SSDs and LSI showed off some M.2 reference designs with their latest SF37000 controller. However, these larger capacity products aren’t going to be …

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SSD of the Week – SanDisk Extreme Pro

Last week we stepped it down a bit for the SSD of the Week with the value oriented Crucial MX100. This week, we decided to step it back up and focus on the enthusiast class 2.5″ drives. This week’s SSD highlight is the SanDisk Extreme Pro. SanDisk has been on a role lately with their latest releases and their top-tier …

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SanDisk Announces X300 SSD and STAR Services for Corporate Environments

This morning, SanDisk announces the X300 SSD and its SanDisk Tech Assisted Refresh services. The 24/7 mobile workforce continues to grow in the corporate world. HDDs are becoming too slow and unreliable. Corporations demand storage solutions with higher performance and reliability. SanDisk’s the release of the new X300 SSD and STAR program are the perfect solutions for these issues. The …

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Micron M600 SSD Review (256GB/1TB)

As a reader on our site, you should be very familiar with Crucial and their highly regarded consumer SSDs. Most recently recently, they announced their newest drive the MX100. In our review, we found it to be a great value SSD as it offers its owners many enterprise grade features at a very competitive price, due in part to Micron’s …

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Mach Xtreme MX-ES Ultra SLC USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review (64GB)

In examining the flash industry over the past eight years, I don’t think many would argue that there has been insurmountable growth, paired with enough growing pains and obstacles along the way to frustrate even the best in the business.  Flash technology has grown so fast that today it would be seemingly impossible to find anyone not tied to flash …

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SSD of the Week – Crucial MX100

Last week we kicked it up a notch for the SSD of the Week with the enterprise Intel NVMe PCIe DC P3700. However, this week we are on the opposite spectrum with the budget SSDs. The highlight of this week is the Crucial MX100. In previous years Crucial has tried to cut costs by using a cheaper SATA controller, but …

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Samsung Announces Production Of SM1715 3.2TB Enterprise NVMe SSD Utilizing 3D V-NAND

Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd, the global leading producer of advanced memory devices, is announcing that it has begun mass production of a 3.2TB capacity NVMe PCIe solid state drive (SSD) for high-end enterprise servers.  The 3.2TB NVMe PCIe SSD, with the model name of SM1715, will utilize Samsung’s latest proprietary 3D V-NAND flash memory technology.  The form factor utilized is …

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