Posts Tagged ‘ SSD ’

The 25% of portable disks will be SSD for 2011

Everyone has spoken of the virtues of the disks SSD compared to the traditional hard drives, and although in some cases are not large differences in other seem to work well. What does seem that we all agree that will be the storage of the future. Is this near future?. According Toshiba, in 2011 25% of the already used portable SSD. Continue reading

Intel and Micron develop “world’s fastest” NAND


Nobody doubts today that the SSD discs are the future, especially with the steady increase in size that we have been seeing in recent times, that make feasible discs have 32 or 64 GB already at the present time.

If you together that the speed of new NAND memories that Micron has developed alongside the Intel thing is more than clear. These reports reaching speeds of 200 Megabits per second for reading and 100 Megabits per second in writing. Continue reading

Intel announces industry’s smallest SSD chips


The picture says it all, Intel’s going crazy small with its latest SSD chips, but it’s certainly not leaving capacity behind. The new Intel Z-P140 PATA SSD chips come in 2GB and 4GB capacities, are extendable up to 16GB, and weigh less than a drop of water. We’re already impatient for phone manufacturers and DAP makers to start cramming these into their devices, and the RAID opportunities are really sinful. Intel should be showing the chips off at CES in January, no word on when we’ll see ’em hit the market.

Micron’s Future Concept of SSD is RAM-Module Like


In addition to Micron’s traditional solid state drives announced today, they also showed off a concept for a SSD module that resembles RAM in physical design and would fit into a similarly designed port. Continue reading