TSSDR Affiliate Posts for March 23, 2014

Spring cleaning time is upon us. While your on that path, why not cleanup your computer as well.  Backup those things you really want, print a few of those pictures you have taken and clean out that email you will never get to. If you haven’t already upgraded to an SSD, consider it and save yourself some valuable time. Oh, …

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SK Hynix Sued By SanDisk And Toshiba Over Alleged Theft Of Trade Secrets

Toshiba and Sandisk have filed separate lawsuits seeking damages from SK Hynix, and have alleged that the company has profited from the theft of data relating to NAND flash memory technology.  Toshiba and SanDisk have been partners for a number of years on the production of flash memory chip technology for mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets.  Toshiba currently …

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TSSDR Affiliate Reviews for March 11, 2014

It doesn’t matter what your job title is, what matters is what you contribute. Time after time I am confronted with this situation. As a partner in a successful business I work mostly behind the scenes, while working on the front line of another successful business. I find it interesting that some people think that because you are not always …

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ASRock Z87 Extreme11/ac Mobo Reaches 6 GB/s & 850K IOPS

Our report today will demonstrate single and RAID tests when we combine the newest ASRock Z87 Extreme11/ac motherboard with eight HGST SSD800MM SAS 12Gbps 400GB enterprise SSDs.  Our charts will display how the HGST SSD800MM scales as it is tested on its own, as well as in RAID 0 at X2, X4 and X8 combinations.  We can validate right off …

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ADATA Announces 5.2.5 Firmware Update For SSDs With LSI SandForce SF-2200 Series Controllers

ADATA Technology, a leading producer of high performance NAND flash products and DRAM modules, is announcing the release of a firmware update, version 5.2.5, for ADATA SSDs that are equipped with LSI SandForce SF-2200 series controllers.  The models affected by this firmware update are:  SX910, SX900, SP900, SP800, S511, S510 and S396. The new firmware update improves SATA stability, and …

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