Tag Archives: Marvell

Intel Announces new SATA III DC S3700 SSD – Is this the 6Gbps Intel Controller we’ve been waiting for?

It has been a few years in the making Intel is finally putting their name on a SATA III solid state drive controller this morning. After ditching their own silicon for third party Marvell and LSI SandForce flash controllers in mainstream client products, Intel’s new DC S3700 SSD is rocking a brand-spankin’ new custom Intel ASIC at it’s heart. The …

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Marvell Displays DragonFly Platform – FMS 2012 Update

Marvell already has a hand in just about everything. The silicon company makes practically everything, including some of the most popular SSD controllers around. We had a chance to get our eyes on another Marvell product, the DragonFly. The DragonFly platform should ship in a few slightly different flavors, but the one we saw was based around the idea of …

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Marvell Demonstrates New ARM-Based Microserver – FMS 2012 Update

Marvells new ARM-based microserver is a look at one possible future “ a super-scalable series of low-powered ARM processors harmoniously mated with flash. Leveraging several Marvell properties, including a series of quad-core ARM processors, the new tiny approach to servers could become a big thing in the future. Making all this possible is the Marvell Armada XP SoC. Geared toward …

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Crucial Releases M4 SATA 3 mSATA SSDs Into The Wild

It’s been some time in the making but Crucial has finally released it’s new M4 SATA 3 mSATA SSD into the SSD arena. Available in capacities of 32, 64, 128 and 256GB, Crucial has priced to compete with MSRP listings of $52.99, $80.99, $121.99 and $225.99 which brings the upper capacities under that infamous $1/GB barrier and makes their pricing …

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