Articles tagged with: SSD

Kingston Promises Entry Level Flash Drives to Take Advantage of USB 3.0

Kingston Promises Entry Level Flash Drives to Take Advantage of USB 3.0

With the advent of USB, a number of peripherals were devised to take advantage of this simple and fast interface. USB 1.1 was the first version and lasted a while and was relatively slow at 1.5 Mb/s data transfer rate. This was followed by USB 2.00 which offers data transfer …

Govt-grade AES 256-Bit Encryption for Heightened Security On Samsung SSDs

Govt-grade AES 256-Bit Encryption for Heightened Security On Samsung SSDs

SSDs are now on offer from a number of manufacturers and those from Samsung are bound to lead the pack with news that these SSDS will incorporate built-in full government grade AES 256 bit encryption for heightened security to provide protection against data loss. Corporates and professionals sensitive to the …

Apple’s Mac Pro: 512 Gb SSD Storage Now Available From Apricorn’s PCI-E Mac Array

Apple’s Mac Pro: 512 Gb SSD Storage Now Available From Apricorn’s PCI-E Mac Array

The Mac Pro from Apple is one of the fastest machines available today. Nobody knows how it started but in the field of computer evolution there is a need for speed and more and more storage space. Enough is never enough. The Mac Pro is one such machine that feeds …

Preview of the PhotoFast PCI Express GM Power Drive SSD

Preview of the PhotoFast PCI Express GM Power Drive SSD

Solid State Drives have gained in popularity due to their inherent blazing fast speeds as compared to the much slower mechanical hard drives. There are SATA based solid state drives available but if the trend of developments and technology are anything to go by, even these may well become obsolete …

HP Set To Develop Memristor Technology in Collaboration With Hynix

HP Set To Develop Memristor Technology in Collaboration With Hynix

HP, pioneer manufacturer of hardware and software components is now set to collaborate with Hynix, manufacturer of semicondutor devices for developing a technology called memristor. HP and Hynix will team up, co-develop as well as market the Memristor Technology in the form of ReRAM (Resistive Random Access Memory). For those …