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Intel SSD to boost Windows 8 boot, wake times

There's nothing like a solid-state drive to speed up PC performance. And Intel now offers a small-capacity SSD to boost the performance of systems that are based on hard disk drives.

By Apr. 6, 2012


Plextor unveils various SSD-based products at CES 2013

Plextor shows off a series of new solid-state storage products ranging from eMMC and mSATA to enterprise-standard SSDs.

By Jan. 10, 2013


Samsung, Sun create flash chip for server SSDs

New flash chip for server-grade solid-state drives offers higher endurance levels than current flash memory, companies say.

By Jul. 17, 2008


Controllers become the focal point for solid-state disk

As the use of flash memory for solid-state disk progresses, vendors who make SSD controllers are also worth watching. Fusion-io is one who just announced a major advance.

By Jul. 15, 2009


Samsung making 128GB solid-state drives--with a caveat

Samsung has begun production of 128GB solid-state drives while wrestling with the challenges these new drives present.

By Jul. 9, 2008


Buyer beware: Solid-state drive prices vary--a lot

The solid-state drive has arrived, but its prices are all over the map. Usually, but not always, higher-price SSDs use better controllers and larger cache memory.

By Jan. 14, 2009


Seagate unveils new enterprise SSDs, hard drives

Company announces six new hard drives and solid-state drives for the enterprise market that collectively offer top speeds and storage space.

By Mar. 15, 2011


Intel puts muscle, money into flash memory

Chip giant announces it's a lead investor in a company that makes flash memory storage more suitable for large businesses, while Hitachi announces commercial flash products based on joint development with Intel.

By Nov. 16, 2010


Intel thinks big with solid-state drives

Production is imminent for high-capacity solid-state drives ranging up 160GB. Is this the beginning of the end for hard-drive dominance?

By Aug. 19, 2008


Micron preps 256GB solid-state drive

Memory chipmaker announces it will ship a series of solid-state drives ranging up to 256GB in capacity next quarter.

By Aug. 4, 2008