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  • Last update: Friday 19 December 2014 [305 news items]

SSD startup finds its niche

Oct 4, 15:06

The clear advantages of solid-state drives (SSD) over traditional hard drives, such as low vibration sensitivity and high shock resistance, draws more attention from military, industrial...

Memoright president Alex Kuo

JEDEC publishes testing standards for SSD

Sep 24, 13:52

The JEDEC Solid State Technology Association has announced the publication of two standards for solid state drives (SSD): JESD218 SSD Requirements and Endurance Test Method, and JESD219...

SSD price premium over HDD needs to narrow further to drive adoption, says Kingston exec

Sep 15, 14:23

The price premium of solid state drives (SSD) over hard disk drives (HDD) should narrow to 20% from the current 40%, to allow it to gain wide consumer acceptance, according to Scott...

SanDisk SSD works with NDS middleware for set-top boxes

Sep 14, 01:50

SanDisk has announced its P4 solid state drives (SSD) now work with NDS' middleware to enable set-top box (STB) with DVR-like functionality at lower costs.

Phison aims to be among global top-2 NAND device controller IC suppliers

Aug 20, 10:39

Phison Electronics aims to ship 450 million NAND flash device controller ICs in 2010 to become one of the world's two largest suppliers, chairman Khein Seng Pua said at a recent company...

US$1 per GB NAND may not resuscitate SSD, says iSuppli

Aug 20, 10:12

After two years of inflated prices, NAND flash memory at the end of 2010 is set to return to the key US$1 per gigabyte (GB) level considered a key threshold to drive adoption of solid...

Samsung, Seagate team up to co-develop SSD controllers

Aug 13, 12:39

Samsung Electronics and Seagate Technology have announced plans to jointly develop and cross license controller technologies for enterprise-class solid state drives (SSD).

Samsung, Toshiba to develop DDR NAND standard

Jul 23, 15:38

Samsung Electronics and Toshiba have announced their commitment to develop a DDR NAND flash memory with a 400Mb/s interface, toggle DDR 2.0 specification. Both companies said they...

Kingston sees smartphone and 3D TV as catalyst for future DRAM

Jun 3, 15:12

Sales of DRAM chips will remain bullish in the second half of 2010, thanks to increased demand from the smartphones, 3D TVs and other new applications, according to David Sun, co-founder...

Kingston co-founder David Sun

Hitachi-LG DS unveils HyDrive

Jun 2, 11:12

Hitachi-LG Data Storage (HLDS), the largest maker of optical disc drives, has debuted HyDrive, the world's first Blu-ray Disc (BD) Combo equipped with a built-in SSD specifically...

PTI to offer NAND flash backend services for SSD

May 28, 13:54

The Suzhou, China plant of Powertech Technology (PTI) has reportedly landed NAND flash backend orders for solid-state drives (SSD) from a Japan-based customer, most likely Toshiba,...

Computex 2010: Memoright to highlight complete ruggedized SSD solutions

May 21, 14:57

Memoright will be showcasing an array of military, industrial and enterprise level ruggedized SSD products at Computex Taipei 2010, which will be held from June 1-5. Among the lineup...

Memoright ruggedized SSDs

SSD market set for robust growth: Q&A with Memoright president Alex Kuo

May 17, 16:21

The market for solid-state drives (SSD) is expected to grow robustly from 2011 onwards, due to a combination of, chip fabricators shifting to more advanced processes, rising storage...

Memoright president Alex Kuo

Objective Analysis: PCIe and standard interface SSDs should coexist for a very long time

May 5, 11:50

Jim Handy joined semiconductor market researchers at Objective Analysis after more than 30 years in the electronics industry that included 14 years as an industry analyst for Dataquest...

Jim Handy, Objective Analysis

Phison cautious about short-term NAND flash outlook

Apr 27, 11:21

There is little chance NAND flash prices will rise in the second quarter, but a price rally may occur in the third quarter on a warming up of demand from the consumer electronics...

Khein Seng Pua, chairman of Phison Electronics

SSD market may not see huge growth till 2012, says A-Data

Apr 22, 11:06

The market for solid-state drives (SSD), promising to replace standard hard drives in PC applications, will not experience robust growth until at least two years later, according...

A-Data SSD

Demand for DRAM to remain strong through 2Q10, says Kingston executive

Apr 7, 11:48

Demand for DRAM chips will remain strong in the second quarter of 2010, defying seasonal factors, according to Scott Chen, vice president of the APAC Business Division of Kingston...

Kingston products

Intel, Kingston make headways with low-priced SSDs

Mar 26, 15:34

Kingston Technology's shipments of low-priced solid-state drives (SSD) have nearly reached 30,000 units so far this month, according to industry sources. Along with Intel's push of...

Toshiba steps up NAND competition against Samsung

Mar 24, 12:04

Toshiba is looking to seize the number-one position in the global NAND flash market from Samsung Electronics, through expanding its capacity to fill an anticipated gap between supply...

Tablet, low-capacity SSD seen as boost to NAND flash market

Newswatch - Mar 18, 16:56

The market for NAND flash memory, which is mainly used to store data in mobile handsets, portable music players and other consumer electronic devices, will likely be ignited by demand...

Apple iPad may delay transition to SSD, say hard drive makers

Mar 5, 15:10

The appearance of Apple's iPad may create tight supply of NAND flash and delay the transition to solid-state drives (SSD) in PCs, according to sources from hard drive makers.

Taiwan market: Sony launches new ultra-thin notebooks

Mar 5, 11:38

Sony has launched two new Z- and Y-series notebooks in the Taiwan market, with the Z-series targeting the high-end business segment and the Y-series for the ultra-thin segment.

Kingston posts revenue growth in 2009 on better DRAM and flash pricing

Feb 10, 14:31

Kingston Technology has announced revenues increased US$100 million to US$4.1 billion in 2009, its second-highest record. The memory-module house attributed the revenue growth to...

Silicon Motion set to deliver controllers for 20nm NAND flash

Feb 5, 15:09

Silicon Motion Technology has seen the majority of controller chips it is shipping are for 40nm and 30nm NAND flash, according to company president and CEO Wallace Kou. The NAND flash...

SSD market to grow at 54% CAGR by 2013, says IDC

Jan 25, 10:06

Global solid state drive (SSD) shipments grew 14% to surpass 11 million units in 2009, according to IDC. Looking forward, the research firm said SSD adoption will continue to experience...

Taiwan-based PLDS cooperates with Plextor to offer SSDs

Jan 18, 14:55

Taiwan-based Philips & Lite-On Digital Solutions (PLDS), a joint venture of Royal Philips Electronics and Taiwan-based optical disc drive maker Lite-On IT, has cooperated with...

Memory controller maker JMicron eyes 100 million in 2010 shipments

Jan 13, 16:29

JMicron Technology expects its overall controller IC shipments to surpass 100 million units in 2010, from around 70 million shipped in 2009. The memory controller IC specialist said...

Phison to pay US$50 million in advance for NAND flash chips

Jan 12, 14:12

Phison Electronics, which mainly designs and makes controllers for NAND flash memory integrated into products such as USB flash drives and memory cards, has announced it will make...

Kingston sees smartphones drive NAND flash growth in 2010

Dec 31, 12:31

Smartphones will be key to spur demand for NAND flash in 2010, and will consume more chips than solid state drives (SSDs), according to David Sun, co-founder of Kingston Technology...

Kingston co-founder David Sun

InnoDisk intros 2TB PCIe SSD

Dec 23, 14:09

Taiwan-based InnoDisk, which in-house develops and produces flash storage devices for industrial applications and embedded systems, has launched a PCI Express-based solid state drive...

InnoDisk PCIe SSD

Micron sampling 6Gbps SATA SSD

Dec 3, 11:38

Micron Technology has introduced what it claims is the industry's fastest solid-state drive (SSD) for notebook and desktop PCs. The new RealSSD C300 drive is the first to leverage...

Micron RealSSD C300

Ramp-up of 20nm nodes may accelerate SSD adoption in PCs in 2011

Newswatch - Nov 25, 16:10

NAND flash prices will be driven down significantly in 2011, when major chip suppliers progress to 20nm-class processes, according to industry players and observers from Taiwan and...

Hynix scaling up NAND flash supply, say Taiwan makers

Nov 24, 15:19

Hynix has smoothly produced NAND flash based on 41nm and 48nm processes with supply volumes in the second half of 2009 to double those in the first half, according to sources at Taiwan-based...

Global Unichip announces mass production of ARM7-based GP5080 series SSD SoC solution

Nov 3, 16:43

Global Unichip has announced the mass-production of its ARM7-based GP5080 series SSD SoC platform solution, targeting the storage application for the booming market of netbooks/smartbooks,...

Toshiba increases market share on Fujitsu hard drive takeover

Newswatch - Oct 22, 16:31

Toshiba is estimated to have grabbed a 13.2% share of the global hard disk drive (HDD) market following its takeover of Fujitsu's hard drive operations, according to industry sourc...

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    Samsung 850 EVO

    Samsung Electronics has launched the 850 EVO, the latest addition to its branded solid state drive (SSD) line-up. Based on Samsung's 3-bit 3D Vertical NAND (V-NAND) technology, the...

    Photo: Company, Dec 16.

  • Samsung+1TB+mSATA+SSD

    Samsung 1TB mSATA SSD

    Samsung Electronics has launched its 840 EVO mSATA SSD line-up, including a one terabyte (TB) version. The Samsung 840 EVO mSATA SSD is an extension of the 840 EVO line-up which...

    Photo: Company, Dec 18.

  • Toshiba+HK3R+SSD

    Toshiba HK3R SSD

    Toshiba has announced that it will expand its family of enterprise SSD with new models designed to support read intensive applications with SATA interface. The new "HK3R series" will...

    Photo: Company, Dec 13.

  • Samsung+3D+V%2DNAND+SSD

    Samsung 3D V-NAND SSD

    Samsung Electronics has introduced a solid state drive (SSD) based on its 3D V-NAND technology. The new SSD, unveiled during a keynote at the Flash Memory Summit 2013 in California,...

    Photo: Company, Aug 19.

  • Samsung+PCIe+SSD+for+ultra%2Dslim+notebooks

    Samsung PCIe SSD for ultra-slim notebooks

    Samsung Electronics has started to mass produce PCI-Express (PCIe) solid state drives (SSD) for ultra-slim notebooks. The new Samsung SSDs are shipped to major notebook makers starting...

    Photo: Company, Jun 19.

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