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Fusion-IO Developing 2.5 inch SSDs

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Fusion-io is developing a 2.5 inch form factor SSD according to an article released by Channel Register today. The 2 week old prototype was apparently on display at the HP Discover event in Vienna. There are several key takeaways to this news, one being that Fusion-io has long berated SSDs for poor performance. This would lead many to question why …

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Texas Memory Systems Introduces RamSan-720

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Texas Memory Systems has announced their latest SAN offering, the RamSan-720, a flash storage system that is primarily for server systems. A new feature to the RamSan line is its high-availability features, that protect the system from failure. The key here is to eliminate any one source of failure. There are several approaches to this with the new device, utilizing …

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Super Talent Announces TeraNova SATA 3 SSD as Fastest Release To Date

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Super Talent has just announced their new TeraNova SSD which they claim as their fastest SATA 3 SSD to date. The TeraNova contains the SandForce SF-2281 processor and also highlights ‘optimized’ SandForce firmware. Available in capacities of 64, 120, 240 and 480GB, the TeraNova will have a two year warranty and the data sheet shows speeds of 540MB/s read and …

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TheSSDReview Daily News – 7 December 2011

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Today we thought we would start something a little new with our Daily News and highlight a review from our ‘web family’ that we think may be of interest. With the Holiday Season upon us and electronics being a big part of the gift giving lets start with an emphasis on Notebooks themselves? Why without Notebooks a lot of the …

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Intel and Micron (IMFT) Debut 20nm MLC NAND

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Intel and Micron today announced their mass production of a new size of NAND, the worlds first 20 nanometer 128 gigabit MLC device. The new 20nm device can fit an astounding 1Tb of storage into a chip the size of a human fingertip, as evidenced by the picture to your left. This amazing achievement is capable by using only 8 …

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NEWS AND VIEWS FOR DECEMBER 5, 2011

Welcome to our collection of news and reviews from around the web! If you are a technology website and would like us to post your hardware reviews, please contact us (top right) and leave a message. We would be glad to post a link to your news! COOLERS GELID GX-7 Tower Cooler @ ocaholic Corsair H100 Extreme Performance Liquid CPU …

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Seagate Releases Next-Generation Momentus XT

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Seagate has announced the newest version of their Momentus XT, which is in a laptop-friendly 9mmm 2.5 inch form factor. Utilizing Seagates FAST Factor technology and Adaptive Memory, these drives blend HDD capacity and SSD speed in a nice small package. One of the hottest trends right now in Solid State Storage utilization is caching and hybrid devices, yet Seagate …

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NEWS AND VIEWS FOR DECEMBER 4, 2011

Welcome to our collection of news and reviews from around the web! If you are a technology website and would like us to post your hardware reviews, please contact us (top right) and leave a message. We would be glad to post a link to your news! CHASSIS Raidmax Blade Case Review @ Ninjalane Lian Li PC-Q25 Mini-ITX Case Review …

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OCZ Publishes Q3’12 Revenue And the Future Is Looking Good

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OCZ released their preliminary revenue for Q3’12 and its not good news for those pessimists that, not so long ago, predicted OCZ demise.  OCZ’ innovative style and ability to be the first to market of new SSD tech has done them a world of good it seems. COMPANY RELEASE SAN JOSE, Calif., Dec. 1, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — OCZ Technology …

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OCZ Talos 2 R Series SSD Family Announced

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OCZ has announced that they are releasing the Talos 2 Enterprise SSD, a server-class SSD line that uses  dual-port SAS 6Gb/s interface and supports OCZ Virtualized Controller Architecture 2.0 technology. OCZ is expanding its enterprise class devices, and utilizing their new VCA 2.0 technology is a good match. With capacities up to 1TB now available in a compact 2.5-inch form …

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