Earlier this year, Samsung Electronics, a global frontrunner in premium electronic components, memory technologies, and consumer end-use products, unveiled the world’s first 512-Gigabyte NVMe SSD in a single ball grid array (BGA) package.
Samsung Electronics, globally recognized for industry-leading advanced memory technology, recently announced its worldwide leadership as the number one provider of enterprise solid-state drives (SSDs) for use in corporate datacenters.
Micron Technology, Inc., on March 31, 2016, introduced its new range of SATA product line, the 1100 series. The newest addition to the Micron family, as believed by experts, will lead the industry benchmark for solid state drives (SSDs) to the next level.
Prices of NAND flash memory chips have shot up due to a strong demand driven by the Chinese and Taiwanese smartphone producers, intending to integrate extended memory capacity in their products. Riding high on robust demands, the NAND flash memory...
A team of Japanese scientists at Hokkaido University's Research Institute for Electronic Science have developed a new device that can safely switch states between magnetic and electronic signals. This has opened the door to a whole new possibility...
Micron Technology, Inc. — a global leader in advanced semiconductor systems— has recently announced the launch of its new NVMe PCIe solid state drives (SSDs). An extension of its impressive portfolio of SATA and SAS SSDs, the new the new NVMe PCIe SSDs...
In March, Samsung announced that the world's largest drive, from any drive technology, had shipping. This milestone represents a breakthrough in storage technology, as from this point forward, solid state drive (SSD) capacity has surpassed what is...
Micron’s latest flash chips powered by 3D NAND technology could increase the speed and capacities of the industry’s solid-state drives (SSD). Micron—the producer of flash that many use in their SSDs—has amped up the manufacturing and shipment volumes of..
Making splashes in the memory chip market with its recent eMMC 5.1 and ePOP announcements, Samsung is now going to mass produce the industry’s first 256-gigabyte (GB) embedded memory packages modeled on the Universal Flash Storage (UFS) 2.0 standard.
Last Wednesday, October 7th, Micron and WPG Americas kicked off our our first ever SOLID SSD (solid state drive) data storage event to eager attendees at the Hilton Garden Inn in Chicago, Ill.Many interesting topics were covered...