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Seagate rolls out 18TB helium-based Exos-X18 enterprise drives
Seagate is now shipping the 18 terabyte (TB) helium-based enterprise drive, which is a new additions to Seagate’s Exos-X18 family.
The villain lurking in your PC - a cautionary tale
There’s likely something in your desktop PC just waiting to ruin your day.
Western Digital introduces new My Passport SSD
The My Passport SSD is a fast, stylish portable data storage solution. It’s not really that much bigger than a memory stick, but some six times faster and with a much larger storage capacity for our ever-increasing data sizes.
WD’s new bunch-of-flash shared storage solution
New Ultrastar NVMe SSDs and RapidFlex NVMe-oF controllers are standalone solutions that combine creating the OpenFlex Data24 NVMe-oF Storage Platform.
QNAP introduces new drive adapters for PC and NAS
When used with a QNAP NAS, drives installed using QDA Series drive adapters can be easily monitored using the QTS Storage Manager app.
Samsung cracks 1TB embedded smartphone storage
The new Universal Flash Storage offers the most internal memory yet and 10x the speed of a typical microSD card for data-intensive applications.
Crucial launches P1 NVMe Solid State Drive
The SSD uses a PCIe port to provide a faster and more reliable read/write.
Crucial launches the BX500 SSD
Crucial has launched its new BX500 SSD, a next-generation drive designed to provide everyday computing users with a fast and reliable storage.
Seagate brings new SSD offerings to NZ market
The company has released new consumer and mobile storage solutions locally.
Western digital introduces new dual-port SAS SSD for servers
Developed in partnership with Intel, the Ultrastar DC SS530 is based on a trusted third-generation platform.
Innodisk tackles SSD data retention challenges in high temperature
Testing shows that the data retention of standard MLC flash decreases 168-fold when moving from 40°C to 85°C.
Asustor launches ADM 3.1, enhancing business features
This upgrade supposedly adds many features to meet business demands.
Microsemi announces Switchtec PCIe Gen 4 switch development platform
Microsemi's new development platform enables customers to immediately begin PCIe Gen 4 system hardware designs.
Toshiba releases new data center SSD line-up
Toshiba announced its latest line-up of NVM Express and SATA data center solid-state drives.
Western Digital announces new SSDs for edge and mobile computing
The new NVMe SSD firmware and controller architecture is built to maximise the performance and scalability of Western Digital 3D NAND.
CES 2018 - Crucial launches MX500 SDD
At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, memory gurus, Crucial, have launched their MX500 solid-state drive.
Make your PC jump to light speed with this SSD
Intel, in collaboration with Roberts Space Industries, announced a new SSD at CitizenCon...
Intel unveils new SSDs built for cloud storage architectures
Intel's new cloud-inspired solid-state drives have been built from the ground up to provide the solution to the skyrocketing cloud market.
Seagate ramps up nytro flash storage portfolio with two new releases
“Large-capacity SSDs are in high demand in hyperscale computing, a market that is growing faster than any other sector."
SSDo’s and Don’ts: How to install your SSD drive
If you’re a first-time SSD installer, there’s no need to fear, Crucial NZ has published a three-part process to installation...
Intel expands factory in China & launches new data center products
Intel introduces the new additions as SSDs designed from the ground up for cloud storage including defined storage and converged infrastructure.
Latest VMware release accelerates data centre modernisation
The VMware vSAN was initially released in 2014. Today, the vSAN aims to help customers accelerate their data center modernisation efforts.
How to avoid that next storage hardware refresh
Customers tell me repeatedly that they dread the phone call from their hardware storage vendor. Every three or four years, the call is predictable.
Teradata announces new platforms to meet SSD demand
With the massive growth in data, companies depend on trusted analytics to turn that data into valuable and timely insights.