Tag Archives: PCIe SSD

Micron P420m PCIe SSD Released Using 25nm MLC NAND Flash For Enterprise Applications

Micron is announcing release of their P420m PCIe SSD for enterprise and data center applications requiring high performance read operations. Micron utilizes their own 25nm MLC NAND Flash in the P420m to provide enterprise-class reliability and performance at a mainstream price point.  The P420m is designed for applications such as caching, cloud and data centers, web acceleration, and online transaction …

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Asus To Release RAIDR Express SSD Line

Asustek Computer appears to be preparing to bring its own line of SSDs to market, possibly as early as May of this year.  The RAIDR Express series will be marketed through Asustek’s ROG (Republic of Gamers) branding.  By releasing its own line of SSDs, Asustek hopes to promote its full line of ROG-branded products, including motherboards, graphics cards, and accessories.  Better …

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Super Talent Upstream SSD Aimed Squarely At The Consumer – Market Set For Shower Of New Products

Super Talent, making their presence known at this year’s CeBit, has announced the imminent release of their UpStream PCIe SSD. The LSI Sandforce based card on display will deliver read and write speeds of 1GB/s and 900MB/s respectively and will be offered in capacities of 220GB, 460GB and 960GB. Super Talent hopes to have the card released in April and we hope to …

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Micron Buys U.K. Based Virtensys Ltd. For PCIe SSD Solutions

Micron-RealSSD-P320h

The PCIe SSD based storage market is getting quite popular these days. Micron already has a PCIe SSD on the market, but their acquisition of U.K. company Virtensys on Friday should help them keep up with other PCIe SSD rivals like Fusion-io and OCZ. Virtensys Ltd. specializes in PCIe I/O sharing appliances for large server and owns intellectual property to help share …

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