Following on from their Transformer backup device we saw back in January, Clickfree have introduced a diminutive, slimline solid state drive called the Traveler – that is as small as a credit card.
Toshiba have today announced a new line of flash-based 2.5-inch notebook SSDs that mark an industry first with a top storage capacity of 512GB. The drives are based on 43 nanometer Multi-Level Cell NAND and will be displayed at the upcoming CES 2009 in January.
Samsung has announced at their fifth annual Samsung Mobile Solution Forum in Taipei, the development of one of the thinnest, highest speed and largest capacity solid state drives to date with 250GB of storage. Most PCs and laptops today, including the new MacBook Air, have only 64GB Solid State Drives. The 2.5-inch drive is based [...]
Google is using Intel SSD technology in servers at the company’s headquarters according to a report in DigiTimes. SSD or solid-state disks, use flash memory much like a flash drive/dongle you attach to the USB port on your personal computer. SSD technology has many advantages including large reductions in energy consumption and large increases in [...]