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Toshiba RM5 Value SAS Adopted by Dell EMC

Toshiba Memory RM5 value SAS has been adopted by Dell EMC PowerEdge and potentially offering performance and price per GB advantages over SATA SSDs

Micron 9300 NVMe SSD Launched

The new Micron 9300 data center NVMe SSD sports 3.2TB to 15.36TB of capacity, high sequential read/ write speeds, and low write latency

Seagate IronWolf 110 3.84TB SATA SSD for NAS Applications

We show why the Seagate IronWolf 110 3.84TB SATA SSD is a bold choice and a technical necessity for low power NAS applications

Intel Optane Memory H10 Combines a 1TB QLC and Optane

Intel Optane Memory H10 is set to combine a 1TB QLC NAND SSD and 3D XPoint Optane memory into a single M.2 2280 PCB for the best of both worlds

Toshiba BG4 Single Package NVMe SSD Launched

The new Toshiba BG4 single package NVMe SSD doubles capcity and offers a significant performance upgrade over previous versions for embedded servers

Intel D3-S4610 SATA Mixed Use SATA SSD Launched up to 3.84TB

With up to 3.84TB of capacity, the newly launched Intel D3-S4610 SATA III 6.0gbps mixed-use SSDs are chasing a higher endurance and performance SATA flash tier

Intel D3-S4510 240GB to 3.84TB SATA SSDs for Value Segments

The new Intel D3-S4510 has capacities ranging from 240GB to 3.84TB. These 3D NAND TLC SATA SSDs are targeted at the value SATA III markets

Intel SSD D5-P4320 Data Center 7.68TB QLC SSD

The Intel SSD D5-P4320 is the first data center NVMe SSD announced using Intel's new QLC technology. Storing more bits per cell means that the Intel D5-P4320 has a capacity of 7.68TB and a relatively low price point

Radian Memory Systems RMS-350 U.2 Open Channel 2.0 SSD

The Radian Memory Systems RMS-350 U.2 form factor SSD is an Open Channel 2.0 compliant SSD that combines up to 12TB of flash and 12GB of NVRAM into a device that introduces a new level of management

Intel Revamps Data Center SSD Naming Conventions

New Intel data center SSD naming conventions are here starting with all drives released after June 2018. Intel has a new hierarchy with Optane still atop.