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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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Micron Announces M600 Client SSD Family To Include Notebook, M.2 and mSATA Form Factors

Micron Technology, Inc., a global leader in storage technology, is announcing their next generation SSD, the M600. The M600 is a client-class SSD that sets the bar for high performance, high power efficiency, and robust endurance. The M600 comes in multiple form factors to cover not only the mobile market, but the performance oriented PC desktop and video capture systems market …

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Skyera Unveils skyEagle 1st 16nm All-Flash Storage Arrays – Flash Memory Summit 2013 Update

skyera skyeagle unit

Skyera Incorporated has announced the skyEagle™ Series, the first all-flash enterprise storage arrays with the reliability, performance and capacity to handle mission critical data center applications below the price per gigabyte of legacy disk-based arrays. Based on Skyera’s third-generation solid-state platform, the skyEagle series builds on the breakthrough innovations introduced last year in the skyHawk™ array, adding active/active high availability, …

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Micron Announces Development Of 16nm Flash Process Technology As Moore’s Law Rolls On

Micron Technology, Inc., a global leader in storage technology, is announcing sampling of its next-generation 16nm (nanometer)  process technology.  Micron’s 16nm node is both the industry’s leading Flash process, and the most advanced processing node of any semiconductor device in sampling.  This latest die shrink will enable the industry’s smallest 128-Gigabit (Gb) multi-level cell (MLC) NAND Flash memory devices. Micron’s …

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