Friday, 22 Mar 2013
QNAP has just announced its latest Turbo NAS rackmount models: the TS-421U and TS-420U, which were built with affordability in mind for workgroups and entry-level SMBs. Also, the NAS comes with Marvell CPUs for better performance.
Thursday, 21 Mar 2013
Seagate announced that it has reached the two billion mark for HDDs shipped, making them the first hard disk drive manufacturer to accomplish this. It took them 29 years to reach the first billion but since then, it has only been four years and already they have doubled this number.
Tuesday, 19 Mar 2013
WD releases the new My Passport Enterprise, which is designed specifically to work with Microsoft's Windows To Go.
Wednesday, 13 Mar 2013
Professional photographers and video makers can consider using KINGMAX's ultra-fast and reliable SD cards to store their data.
Monday, 11 Mar 2013
Kingston announced that the DataTraveler SE9 has won the iF Product Design Award for 2013 under the ‘Computer’ category for its stylish metal casing and small form factor.
Wednesday, 6 Mar 2013
Patriot has launched its Supersonic Mini USB 3.0 drive, which delivers transfer speeds of up to 80MB/s in one of the smallest USB 3.0 form factors.
Seagate has unveiled its third gen SSHD products, which features the Seagate Laptop SSHD, 7mm-high Seagate Laptop Thin SSHD designed for the thinnest and lightest laptops, and the all-new Seagate Desktop SSHD.
OCZ has announced the availability of VXL 1.3, which has evolved its synchronous data mirroring capabilities and automatic server failover mechanisms to enable ‘SAN-less,’ highly available, fault tolerant environments based entirely on virtualized host flash.
Tuesday, 5 Mar 2013
Seagate has announced plans to phase out its 7,200rpm 2.5-inch magnetic hard disk drives (HDDs) by stopping their production by the end of this year. The company plans to focus on solid-state hybrid drives like its Momentus XT series that will transition to its third-generation later this year.
Monday, 4 Mar 2013
HGST (formerly Hitachi Global Storage Technologies) has combined two nanotechnologies of self-assembling molecules and nanoimprinting to potentially produce bit-patterned media as cost-effective means of increasing data densities in magnetic HDDs before the end of the decade.