Tag Archives: QLC NAND

Intel SSD 660P M.2 NVMe SSD Review (1TB)

On the Test Bench today, we take a look at Intel’s latest NVMe creation, the Intel SSD 660p NVMe M.2 SSD. The 660p, as we will refer to is as from this point on, represents the beginning of the end of days. Okay, just kidding, it really doesn’t. But, it is the first consumer SSD to enter the market with …

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LITE-ON Partners With CNEX Labs to Showcase Next Generation EDSFF SSD Platform — Flash Memory Summit 2018 Update

CNEX Labs and LITE-ON partnered at Flash Memory Summit 2018 to showcase the next generation LITE-ON SSD EDSFF (Enterprise and Data Center SSD Form Factor) platform.  The LITE-ON SSD EDSFF is engineered for comprehensive flexibility with non-heterogenous cloud usage, whether with high IOPS density AI and other compute-intensive needs, or with high capacity density storage usage. This unprecedented flexibility is …

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Micron Announces 5210 ION — Industry’s First Quad-Level Cell (QLC) NAND SSD

Micron is announcing that they have begun shipping the industry’s first SSD to feature their revolutionary new quad-level cell (QLC) NAND technology.  The Micron® 5210 ION SSD, revealed at Micron’s 2018 Analyst and Investor Event, represents a 33% increase in bit density over triple-level cell (TLC) NAND, and is targeted toward market segments that were still leaning toward mechanical HDDs.  …

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Marvell Announces Industry First NVMe Chipset Solutions for Data Center SSD Applications

Marvell is announcing the launch of several innovative NVMe-based chipset solutions that will accelerate time from development to market for application-optimized SSD deployments in data centers.  Marvell’s newly-developed and highly versatile devices can be tailored to specific cloud and enterprise workload requirements, improving capacity, performance, latency, power requirements and cost. The continued growth of cloud services and new technologies, such …

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