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Orico Unveils HM01 SSD As CES Looms In The Distance

Orico, a China based company known for their various storage solutions, has uncovered their new HM01 line of SSDs. The drives will be available in capacities of 64GB, 128GB and 256GB. Based on the Marvell 88SS9174 controller, the new products will provide a read/write bandwidth of up to 500MB/s and 330MB/s for both the 64GB and 128GB models, while the …

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RunCore To Release Three New SSDs Just In Time For CES

RunCore will be adding three new SSDs to its lineup in anticipation of CES this January. The new products will include the Xapear SSD, intended for use in military and government applications, and the Marvell based Falcon drive, designed for those with high performance needs. Also waiting in the wings is a 7 mm variant of their Pro V drive, …

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Runcore Kylin II SATA 3 Enterprise Grade SSD Announced

RunCore today announced an enterprise class solid state drive that would utilize the SandForce SF-2200 series processor with enterprise level over provisioning and 25nm NAND flash memory. The Kylin II will be available in capacities of 50, 100, 200, 300 and 400GB capacities and may be fitted with MLC or SLC memory modules in accordance with customer configuration requests. RUNCORE …

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Runcore T50 6Gb/s 120GB EXCLUSIVE mSATA SSD Review – The Worlds First 6Gbps mSATA SSD Hits The Streets

It is almost four years to the day that the first consumer solid state drive was making its appearance which makes todays EXCLUSIVE SATA 3 mSATA SSD review truly sweet. Runcore is timing this ‘world first’ release with the news that they are also opening shop in California to better serve North American enterprise and client needs. The Runcore T50 …

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SSD Manufacturers

The below list comprises all SSD manufacturers, each listed in alphabetical order and is updates as frequently as possible. Should an error, an error, omission or update be recognized, please contact The SSD Review and we wil do our best to get the list updated . . SLC versus MLC The majority of solid state drives use MLC (multi-level cell) Nand …

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