Six months after Samsung first teased the public, the world's largest SSD is finally available to enterprise customers in a drive offering over 15 terabytes of storage space.
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Samsung has unveiled new 2TB versions of its 850 Evo and Pro solid state drives - but as you can probably imagine, SSDs offering such a vast amount of storage don't come cheap.
A presentation originally made by a senior Seagate engineer shows that the amount of time for which an SSD can retain its data while in storage halves for every increase of 9°F/5°C in temperature.
Many USB SSD drives claim to get close to internal SSD speeds but very few do, with the USB Pocket SSD 120GB from VisionTek we see yet another company coming very close to reaching it though.
Intel has abandoned plans to offer solid state drives that could be overclocked by their owners in favor of a new SSD line, the 730 series, that the company claims pushes performance to the limit.
Samsung has just announced they have started mass production of their latest SSD series. The new lineup will use PCIe and this will provide more than double the performance compared to current SSDs.
If you need a ridiculous amount of storage space, Western Digital can say that they more than have you covered. The company has brought its top-tier hard drives to a monstrous 4TB capacity.
Welcome to this, a comprehensive guide to understanding solid state drives. The purpose of this article is to help the reader understand how commercially available solid state drives came into existence as well as clarify...