This NVMe SSD delivers a lot of bang for the buck, though capacities other than 1TB are currently in short supply.
Seagate's latest top-tier NVMe SSD broke all speed records on both PCIe 3 and PCIe 4.
While only an average performer in 10Gbps USB, this tiny, featherweight SSD from LaCie is fast enough and one of our favorites
This follow-on to the S70, the Adata XPG Gammix S70 Blade replaces the older model's 96-layer TLC NAND with 176-layer NAND.
SSD in pictures
We had a look at what was new in Patriot's suite at Computex 2017
A gallery of Team Group's Computex display including specs and performance figures.
While 2016 sucked in many ways, many great things happened in the world of technology. However, there were some absolute shockers too. Here we look at the 10 best technology products of 2016 and follow it with the 10 worst technology products of 2016.
Seagate has announced a pair of new One Touch portable SSDs.
Samsung has introduced new colors - and a new discount - for their T5 SSD range.
Crucial has announced the availability of the Crucial P1 SSD, a PC storage device that leverages the NVMe PCIe interface and Micron’s leading-edge QLC technology.
Crucial has launched its new BX500 SSD, available in a 2.5-inch form factor and 120GB, 240GB and 480GB capacities.
Samsung has announced their new Samsung Portable SSD X5, the company's first portable storage product to rely on NVMe.
Samsung's 980 Pro is the best PCIe 4.0 SSD you can buy right now. We explain why, and what you need to know about ultra-fast PCIe 4.0 drives in general.
The past few months has seen us building a test rig to test components and peripherals. It is very high spec in order to remove as much latency and as many bottlenecks from the system as possible.
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Today Ballistix became its own brand (no longer a sub-brand of Crucial which becomes a sibling rather than a parent brand). It also showed off its first NVMe drive.
Computex: SSD makers who don't make U.2 SSDs say U.2 is 'dead on arrival' but motherboard maker shows otherwise
We've got some great PC components in our lab - all waiting to build an awesome test rig. But one is an Intel 750-series SSD with a U.2 connector. Trouble is, motherboards with U.2 connectors are incredibly hard to find - only some high-end Asus mot...
Whitepapers about SSD
This whitepaper examines some common practices in enterprise storage array design and discusses opportunities for improving enterprise storage strategy by thinking with random I/O rather than sequential. A good enterprise storage array attempts to sequentialise the workload seen by the hard drives, regardless of the native data pattern at the host level. A single Solid State Drive (SSD) is capable of random I/O that would require hundreds of hard drives to match. However, obtaining this performance from an SSD is challenging. A new class of enterprise data storage system doesn’t substitute flash, but engineers an entirely new array to unlock flash’s full performance potential and deliver array-based capabilities
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