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Toshiba Announces TR200 SATA Consumer SSD Featuring 64-Layer 3D NAND

Toshiba is announcing its latest consumer SSD, designated as the TR200, providing DIY enthusiasts and gamers with the first storage upgrade option that utilizes 64-layer 3D flash memory.  The TR200 represents an affordable means of upgrading your desktop or notebook PC to being far more responsive and productive than those that still utilize traditional hard disk drives (HDDs). The TR200 …

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LiteOn Announces CV5 Entry-Level 2.5” SATA SSD

LiteOn is announcing its newest client SSD, designated as the CV5.  This SSD is geared toward entry-level applications, such as everyday usage, multi-media and visual effects editing, as well as gaming.  The CV5 utilizes TLC NAND, with a limited SLC cache for improved burst performance. LiteOn’s CV5 is being offered in a 2.5″ x 7mm form factor, in capacities of …

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Toshiba Announces SG5 Series of Consumer SSDs With Embedded TLC NAND

Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc. is announcing their newest client solid-state drive (SSD), which is designated as the SG5 Series. The SG5 Series will utilize embedded 15nm TLC NAND flash, creating higher storage capacities within smaller form factors, as well as creating a lower price point for consumers. The SG5 represents Toshiba’s first consumer SATA SSD that supports up to …

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Seagate Announces New Nytro Flash Products To Expand Flash Portfolio — Flash Memory Summit 2015 Update

Seagate Technology plc, a world leading producer of storage devices, is announcing the new Nytro XF1440 (2.5″) and Nytro XM1440 (M.2) NVMe solid state drives (SSDs).  Also being announced is the XP6500 Flash Accelerator Card.  These latest offerings from Seagate further expand their flash-based solutions portfolio, which are easily combined with Seagate storage products to satisfy nearly any data storage …

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Intel Announces DC S3510 Series of SATA SSDs – High Performance and High Capacity Storage For Data Centers and Virtualization

Intel Corporation, a leading producer of high-reliability solid-state storage devices, is announcing availability of its latest addition to their Data Center Family of SSDs – the DC S3510 Series. As the technology related to hyper-converged storage continues to evolve, enterprises are more and more turning to virtualized applications to provide high-performance services to their end users. Along with the increased …

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