All Storage News
Wednesday, 15 Apr 2015
The latest update for ASUSTOR's 5 and 7 series devices will feature multimedia conversions, ability to configure a Smart Conversion Folder, exclusive Hyper-Transcoding technology, and more.
Kingston recently announced that it will be shipping the new KC310 business-class SSD for the SME market.
QNAP's NAS devices will now officially support Kodi Entertainment Center (formerly known as XMBC) as announced by the company. Users can now enjoy an improved entertainment experience and more powerful options for accessing video, music and photo collections stored on their QNAP NAS.
Thursday, 9 Apr 2015
Dell introduced the new X-series family of 1GbE and 10GbE switches, as well as expanding the N-series family of 1GbE smart managed switches with Layer 2/3 capabilities. For larger enterprises, Dell has enhanced its software-defines storage with the new XC-series of Web-scale Converged Appliances.
Tuesday, 7 Apr 2015
With a thinness of just 7mm, it's easy to see why the Seagate Seven is considered as the supermodel of external hard drives.
Gigabyte has announced that its X99, Z97 and H97 motherboard line-ups will now support Intel's recently-announced 750 Series PCIe SSDs, as well as the NVMe storage protocol. NVMe offers improved performance and lower latencies over the older AHCI protocol, allowing consumers to take full advantage of of PCIe SSDs.
Friday, 3 Apr 2015
Touted as Intel's highest-performing SSD for client PC storage devices and workstations, the SSD 750 Series boasts up to four times the performance of SATA-based SSDs and comes in both half-height half-length add-in card and 2.5-inch form factors.
Thursday, 2 Apr 2015
Samsung has unveiled the 850 EVO M.2 and 850 EVO mSATA SSDs. These new drives are aimed at ultra-slim laptops and PCs, featuring the same 32-layer 3D TLC V-NAND as the original 2.5-inch 850 EVO SSDs. They are still SATA-based drives however, and will deliver similar performance to the 850 EVO.
WD today expands its storage lineup with the launch of four new products, which are aimed at two different and growing markets.
Monday, 30 Mar 2015
Intel and Micron have announced a new 3D NAND technology that delivers higher capacity, smaller form factors, lower costs and power consumption, and improved performance. New drives using this tech will be suited to both mobile consumer devices as well as enterprise applications.