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Western Digital To Acquire SanDisk in $19 Billion Deal

Western Digital Corporation and SanDisk Corporation have announced that they have reached a definitive agreement that will see Western Digital acquire all of SanDisk’s outstanding shares for a combination of stock and cash. This offer places a value of $86.50 on each share of SanDisk common stock, resulting in a total equity valuation of approximately $19 billion (based on a …

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ZOTAC Announces Premium Edition SSDs With Enhanced Data Protection

ZOTAC International, a leading producer of graphics cards and mini PCs, is announcing expansion of its SSD lineup with their new Premium Edition Solid Sate Drives (SSDs) in 240GB and 480GB capacities. The new ZOTAC Premium Edition SSDs offer enhanced endurance and data protection, as well as robust performance. Both the 240GB and 480GB versions pair a Phison S10 four-channel …

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U.2 (SFF-8639) Connector Insight When Buying The Intel 750 NVMe SSD

One might have never thought there could be a problem with efficient SSD availability, but many have felt the bite with their Intel 750 Series NVMe SSD purchase. Ordering through online retailers, many bought the newest Intel 750 SSD in what appeared to be a notebook version that connects to PCIe, only to learn that it wasn’t quite that simple. …

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The Ultimate Guide To SSD Benchmark Software

As much as many might believe the transition to SSDs to be relatively painless process, it isn’t always so.  The number of e-mails, forum posts and pm’s we have received indicates that, as easy as buying a pre-configured system with an SSD, moving from a hard drive to SSD is not always so. We addressed SSD migration some time ago …

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Building The New Z170 TSSDR Test Bench

There is no question that 2015 will be the year of NVMe and we are about to see storage performance increase like it never before has.  Where yesterday several SAS enterprise SSDs would be necessary to reach 5GB/s transfer speed, it is now possible with a single SSD with the inevitability of 1 million IOPS becoming a common performance variable …

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Intel Advises of Firmware Update to Improve Boot Times of Intel 750 Series Solid State Drives

A discussion thread was opened back at the beginning of June on an Intel Communities messaging board concerning users experiencing very slow boot times with their Intel 750 Series solid state drives. Thirty-plus replies over the next nearly ninety days, including Intel staff offering assistance, failed to provide a satisfactory resolution. Intel staff assured that they were working on the …

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AVEXIR Technologies Enters SSD Market With Gaming-Oriented, LED-Illuminated S100 Solid State Drive

AVEXIR Technologies Corp., a Taiwanese producer of memory products that feature “breathing” LEDs and/or plasma tube technology, is announcing its entry into the SSD arena with its new S100 series of solid state drives (SSDs). AVEXIR’s breathing LED light effect was showcased at Computex 2015 in Taipei earlier this year, and now some three months later, after subsequent modifications, tweaking …

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