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DigiSAFE Wins Design And Engineering Showcase Award, Again! – CES 2012 Update

DigiSAFE DiskCrypt is an innovate device, and it shows, Winning the International CES Innovations 2012 Design and Engineering Awards Honoree for the second time! The first time this prestigious award was bestowed upon this innovative product was in 2010, and the commission has seen fit to grant the award again. Certainly a popular product for ST Electronics, the DiskCrypt is …

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PQI Continues SSD Expansion – CES 2012 Update

We stopped by the PQI booth today to see the new developments that are headed our way this year. PQI wisely sees the emerging mSATA market as a great place to expand, and has plans for a 256 GB SSD in the future. With a great mix of both consumer and enterprise drives, PQI is continuing solid growth into the …

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Mushkin Beefs Up SSD Portfolio With Performance, Size and Form Factor Selection – CES 2012 Update

Mushkin, well known for their high performance memory products, has announced the existence of their very first PCIe SSD. Dubbed the “Mushkin Scorpion”, the new product will be offered in capacities of 240, 480 and 960 GB. The drive will provide sequential read/write rates of up to 1275MB/s and 1500MB/s respectively, and will also deliver 120,000 4K random write IOPS. …

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Plextor Announces M3 Pro Series SSD – CES 2012 Update

Plextor is today releasing their M3 Pro Series SSD. Compared to their current M3S series, the Pro will feature 24nm Toggle NAND, updated firmware and improved sequential read/write speeds, boosting respective performance from 525MBs/445MBs to 540MBs/450MBs. Random read/write performance has also improved, with the drive increasing bandwidth from 70,000/65,000 IOPS to 75,000/69,000 IOPS at 4k file size. The new drive will be …

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OCZ Everest Finds Its Way Into Ultrabooks – CES 2012 Update

OCZ has announced that Everest based SSDs will find their way into LG’s new Z330 Ultrabook. To refesh your memory, OCZ’s Everest controller, which is utilized in their Octane SSD, has read/write speeds of 535/270MB/s respectively for the 256GB variant, which is the same capacity being used in LG’s products. The Everest controller has been shown to hold it’s own …

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