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Samsung’s NVMe PCIe SSD — Industry’s First — To Be Featured In Dell PowerEdge R920 Server

Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., global leader in advanced memory solutions, is announcing that its industry-first NVMe PCIe 1.6TB SSD is to be featured in Dell’s new R920 PowerEdge server.  This partnership between Samsung and Dell gives them the distinction of being first in the world to ship a computing solution with SSDs that use the NVMe (non-volatile memory express) protocol, …

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IDT Shows Off The First NVMe PCIe SSD Processor and Reference Design – FMS 2012 Update

Integrated Device Technology (IDT) did well this week at Flash Memory Summit, demonstrating their 16 channel NVMe 1.0 standard PCIe SSD controller. The first publicly seen device of it’s type, the IDT controller is on the leading edge of the new NVMe standard. IDT is interested in selling their controllers to third parties rather than selling their own SSDs, but to …

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NVMe Work Group Releases NVMe Windows and Linux PCIe SSD Drivers

The NVM Express working group has announced the release of Windows and Linux PCIe SSD drivers based on the NVM Express standard. The Windows driver was a collaborative effort of IDT, Intel, and LSI Sandforce and will be available under a BSD license. It will support all the mandatory features of the new spec. The Linux driver will be released …

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KIOXIA Shows Its Wares In an Amazing CES 2021 Virtual Debut

I might be getting a bit old but I miss the introductory handshake or hug of our traditional CES meetings along with the personal nature of one on one conversation.  We have entered a new era that isn’t changing anytime soon and we have no choice but to hang on for the ride and make the best of things right …

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TeamGroup T-FORCE CARDEA Ceramic C440 Gen 4 M.2 SSD Review

On our test bench today is the TeamGroup T-FORCE CARDEA Ceramic C440 Gen 4 NVMe M.2 SSD.  This SSD sports an off-white color pattern with gold branding and is a bit different than other SSDs we have tested, in that it contains a ceramic plate heatsink.  This is a bit unusual as, well at least until Sabrent came along with …

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