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Storage / Hard Drives News (477)

ASUSTOR Releases 50T and 51T Series NAS Devices

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: December 17, 2014 04:53PM
Author: Brentt Moore

ASUSTOR, a leading innovator and provider of network storage solutions, has just announced the launch of its 50T and 51T series NAS devices. The latest high performance NAS devices from ASUSTOR, which are comprised of models AS5002T, AS5004T, AS5102T, and AS5104T, provide a comprehensive storage solution for technology enthusiasts. The 50T series includes an Intel Celeron 2.41GHz dual-core processor and 1GB of DDR3L RAM, while the 51T series features an Intel Celeron 2.0GHz quad-core processor and 2GB of DDR3L RAM. All models within the 50T and 51T series include three SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports, two Gigabit Ethernet ports, two USB 2.0 ports, two eSATA ports, one HDMI 1.4a port, and one S/PDIF port. Additionally, all models include an infrared receiver, support for RAID volume management, and support for hard disk hot swapping and online RAID migration.

The ASUSTOR 50T and 51T, which are currently only available in two and four-bay models, come with a three-year warranty and can be purchased from global retailers immediately. According to ASUSTOR, eight and 10-bay models of the 50T and 51T will launch in the near future.

Source: Press Release


Apacer Launches Two SSDs

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: December 10, 2014 04:49PM
Author: Nick Harezga

Apacer has launched a pair of SATA3 solid state drives targeting industrial applications. The drives are extremely small, with the SFD18SH-M built to the JEDEC MO-297 standard and the H1-M built to the MO-300 standard. The drives were designed with reliability in extreme conditions in mind and "have passed market challenges, thus standing firm in the IoT, autotronics, medical electronics, and communication component markets and winning customer recognition for their outstanding quality and performance." Both drives range in capacity from 16GB to 256GB and were built with improved ECC.

Source: Press Release




Patriot Reenters the SSD Market with Torch Series

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: December 3, 2014 05:07PM
Author: Brentt Moore


Although Patriot Memory was one of the early pioneers of the SSD market, the memory manufacturer has failed to provide consumers with any of its own SSDs for quite some time. Patriot is apparently looking to change that by reentering the SSD market, thanks to its new Torch series. The latest SSD series from Patriot comes with 16nm Synchronous NAND and features sequential read speeds of 555MB per second and sequential write speeds of 535MB per second.  The Patriot Torch SSD also includes intelligent advanced wear-leveling in order to provide extended reliability.

The latest SSD from Patriot is only available in capacities of 120 and 240GB, comes with a three-year warranty, and can be purchased from retailers such as Amazon.

Source: TweakTown


OCZ Announces Saber 1000 Series

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: November 20, 2014 04:08PM
Author: Nick Harezga

OCZ has announced its latest line of solid state drives, the Saber 1000 Series, designed for "read-intensive applications targeting high-volume deployment hyperscale, web-hosting and distributed computing environments." The drives are built with 19nm NAND flash from Toshiba and will be available in capacities of 240GB, 480GB, and 960GB. Powered by the OCZ Barefoot 3 controller the Saber 1000 Series is capable of read and write speeds up to 550MB/s and 470MB/s, respectively. OCZ CTO Daryl Lang described the drives saying, "In designing the new Saber 1000 Series we listened to our customers to meet their growing needs for a server-class SSD that is optimized with the right balance of features, performance and cost. With the Saber 1000 Series, customers now have an ideal storage solution in which to build an all-flash datacenter, one that is able to efficiently process high volume enterprise and hyperscale workloads."

Source: Press Release



OCZ Releases Vertex 460A SSD

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: November 17, 2014 06:34AM
Author: Brentt Moore

OCZ has decided to release a new version of its Vertex 460 SSD, the Vertex 460A. The new model by OCZ features updating branding across the device, but more importantly, includes Toshiba A19 series MLC NAND flash which replaces the older 19 nm Toshiba flash found in the Vertex 460. The OCZ Vertex 460A also comes with the company’s new ShieldPlus warranty, which allows customers to provide OCZ with their device’s serial number to file a claim, with no purchase receipt needed. Additionally, the warranty covers shipping costs both ways for those within the United States and European Union regions.

Source: OCZ and TechPowerUp



Kingston Doubles Capacity of Several Memory Card Form Factors

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: November 12, 2014 04:18PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Kingston has announced the availability of increased capacities for two of its popular lines of flash memory cards, the Class 10 UHS-I microSD and Class 10 UHS-I SDHC/SDXC cards. The microSD card is now available in 128GB in addition to 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB capacities. The SDHC/SDXC cards are now available in 256GB in addition to 16GB, 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB capacities. The latter cards have read and write speeds up to 90MB/s and 45MB/s, respectively, and are a perfect choice for users that take a lot of HD pictures or videos. Flash memory business manager Jean Wong said, "In a world where most users carry around more data than ever before on mobile devices, the larger capacities and faster speeds help ensure that customers have the best possible solutions available to them to streamline their mobile lives."

Source: Press Release



Patriot Launches Supersonic Bolt XT Flash Drive

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: November 3, 2014 03:46PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Patriot has announced the addition of the Supersonic Bolt XT flash drive to its lineup, combining high performance and hardware encryption "like never before." The drive utilizes FIPS 197 compliant hardware-based 256-bit AES encryption to secure your data and locks down and reformats after ten failed password attempts. The USB 3.0 interface provides for transfer speeds up to 150MB/s in capacities of 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB. It is compatible with operating systems going back to Windows ME, Mac OS 9, and the Linux 2.4 kernel. Prices for the Bolt XT start at $49.99 for the 16GB model.

Source: Press Release



G.Skill Launches Phoenix Blade PCIe SSD

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: October 22, 2014 03:45PM
Author: Nick Harezga


The Phoenix Blade Series is the latest solid state drive offering from G.Skill, this time built into a PCIe form factor. The drive uses four LSI SF-2281 SSD controllers in a RAID0 configuration to create a 480GB array of MLC NAND flash capable of bandwidth "up to 4 times over typical SATA3 based SSDs." The PCIe x8 interface allows for read and write speeds up to 2,000MB/s and up to 245K IOPS.

Source: Press Release




Mushkin Announces Chronos G2 Solid State Drives

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: October 7, 2014 03:01PM
Author: Nick Harezga

Mushkin has announced the latest addition to its popular Chronos SSD line, the Chronos G2. The drives boast maximum transfer speeds of 555MB/s and up to 90,000 Input/Output Operations Per Second. The drives will be available in capacities ranging from 60GB to 480GB, providing for a wide range of applications. Director of Global Marketing Nicolas Villalobos described the new drive saying, "A reincarnation of the legendary Chronos, the Chronos G2 Series was born to stand out from the crowd. Its competition-surpassing value give Mushkin’s Value SSD an oversized attitude."

Source: Press Release



Corsair Releases Flash Voyager Vega USB Drive

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: October 1, 2014 03:13PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Corsair has released three new USB 3.0 flash drives under the Flash Voyager Vega product line. The drives are "ultra compact," measuring 5mm in thickness and 24mm in length with a key ring to make it even more portable. The drive is housed in a chrome plated scratch resistant case and will be available in capacities of 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB. The drives have USB 3.0 connectivity with USB 2.0 backwards compatibility. The 16GB has an MSRP of $16.99, the 32GB model will cost $24.99, and the 64GB has a price tag of $44.99.

Source: Press Release




Apacer Announces Two Solid State Drives

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: September 17, 2014 03:07PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Apacer has announced a pair of new solid state drives, one using the mPDM+ form factor and one using the M.2 form factor. The mPDM+ drive is similar in size to other mSATA devices with read speeds up to 385MB/s. Embedded Application Business Unit Director Jeff Lin described the capabilities of the M.2 offering, "The newly launched M.2, i.e. the NGFF (Next Generation Form Factor), adopts PCIe 2.0 interface which has a broadband speed up to 10Gb/s compared to PCIe 1.0. In addition, the additive transmission efficiency of Gen2x2 enables the sequential read speed up to 780MB/sec, far more efficient than the theoretical 600MB/sec transmission performance of SATAIII. High-end applications such as network storage or enterprise servers are thus capable of faster transmission." Both drives will be available in capacities up to 128GB.

Source: Press Release



Thecus Now Offering Windows Storage Server 2012 on NAS Devices

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: September 17, 2014 02:51PM
Author: Nick Harezga

Thecus has announced that it will soon be offering Windows Storage Server 2012 R2 Essentials to its NAS users, the first product on the market to do so. Thecus will release three models in October using the software, the two bay W2000, four bay W4000, and five bay W5000. The solutions were designed with small businesses in mind with goals of "advanced data protection, integrated cloud services, and secure remote access." Microsoft VP of Worldwide OEM Marketing Peter Han said, "We believe offering our software on Thecus NAS devices will provide an excellent solution for those small businesses looking to protect their data while optimizing their resources with a hybrid, on premise, and cloud-connected offering." The Thecus NAS devices are built around the Intel Atom processor and feature dual LAN, 2GB or more RAM, and media connections such as HDMI or VGA.

Source: Press Release



Western Digital Releasing 8TB and 10TB Hard Drives

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: September 10, 2014 03:25PM
Author: Nick Harezga

Western Digital recently announced that it will be releasing an 8TB hard drive under the Hitachi brand. The Ultrastar He8 uses a helium filled design that uses the pressurized helium to allow the drive to use perpendicular magnetic recording (PMR) technology. The upcoming 10TB drive will also be released under the Hitachi brand but will use shingled magnetic recording (SMR), "a technology that partially overlaps data tracks like roof shingles." The drive won't be suited for typical desktop applications, but will instead be a great choice for "writing log files, storing a constant stream of images, or handling “big data” stores like Hadoop." SMR will provide for far greater storage density at three trillion bits per square inch, while PMR is only capable of 200 gigabits per square inch.

Source: Ars Technica



HighPoint Announces Thunderbolt 2 External Docks

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: September 9, 2014 02:08PM
Author: Nick Harezga

HighPoint has announced the latest additions to its Thunderbolt 2 offerings in the form of a pair of external docking stations. The first is the RocketStor 6351A, offering multiple connection options. The 6351A offers two USB 3.0 ports, a single 6Gb/s eSATA port, and two Thunderbolt 2 ports. In addition to the connection options, the 6351A can also be used as a charging station and supports Rapid Charging Mode for iOS devices. The RocketStor 5212 is the first Thunderbolt 2 storage dock to hit the market and enables users to attach SATA drives externally using a high speed Thunderbolt 2 connection. The 5212 is compatible with OS X Time Machine and also features external boot support.

Source: Press Release



HighPoint Adds to RocketStor 6300 Lineup

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: September 1, 2014 10:48AM
Author: Nick Harezga

HighPoint has announced the addition of some new products to the RocketStor 6300 line of Thunderbolt 2 storage solutions. The RocketStor 6328AS is an 8-bay RAID solution that gives users a choice between RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10, 50, and JBOD configurations. An easy to use web interface simplifies configuration and also allows for e-mail notifications and remote access. The 6328AS has an MSRP of $1,299. The 6324LS and 6328LS provide JBOD storage through the Thunderbolt 2 interface with capacity for four and eight drives, respectively. These solutions were designed to "host mid-scale backup applications, digital libraries and archives for digital assets." The 6328LS has an MSRP of $999 and the 6324LS costs $649.

Source: Press Release



Seagate Now Offering 8TB Hard Drives

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: August 26, 2014 03:00PM
Author: Nick Harezga

Seagate has announced that it has begun shipping the worlds first 8TB mechanical hard drives. The extremely large capacity drives will benefit consumers of large amounts of data such as data centers and enterprise servers. As more storage will be able to fit into a smaller space, power and cooling requirements can be lowered. VP of Marketing Scott Horn described some of the motivations behind the move, "As our world becomes more mobile, the number of devices we use to create and consume data is driving an explosive growth in unstructured data." In addition to the massive amount of offered storage the drives also offer "enterprise-class reliability and support for archive workloads" with "multi-drive RV tolerance for consistent enterprise-class performance in high density environments."

Source: Seagate



Diablo Upgrades Memory Channel Storage Technology

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: August 20, 2014 02:52PM
Author: Nick Harezga

Diablo announced its Memory Channel Storage (MCS) technology last year, a technology that uses memory slots on a motherboard rather than PCIe connections to attach solid state drives. The result was a "massive reduction in latencies, 3 to 5 microseconds compared to 25 to 28 microseconds for PCIe SSDs." The company has worked with SanDisk to integrate this technology into the ULLtraDIMM SSD line and with IBM as the eXFlash option for X series enterprise servers. The original Carbon 1 technology used the DDR3 interface while the new Carbon 2 will take advantage of DDR4 and also adds NanoCommit software which "further blurs the line between high-speed server memory and the company's flash-based MCS modules."

Source: Infostor



ASUSTOR Extends Product Warranty Period

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: August 20, 2014 11:13AM
Author: Brentt Moore

ASUSTOR, a leading innovator and provider of network storage solutions, has announced that it has extended the warranty period for all ASUSTOR NAS products from two years to three years. The new three-year warranty includes all 6, 3, and 2 series devices that are purchased new, as well as ASUSTOR products that are already owned by customers, with the extended warranty period applied to their product from the original date of purchase. The Sales Director at ASUSTOR, Allen Yen, stated that "Providing first-class service to our customers has always been a top priority for us here at ASUSTOR." By implementing the additional warranty period, ASUSTOR is ensuring that its mission of delivering and supporting high-quality products continues.

Source: Press Release



HighPoint Announces Thunderbolt 2 Storage Solution

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: August 13, 2014 03:16PM
Author: Nick Harezga

The RocketStor 6300 Series Adapters are the latest devices from HighPoint that use the Thunderbolt 2 interface. The devices provide an innovative take on Thunderbolt by integrating PCIe expansion directly into the product, eliminating the need for an additional component. The RocketStor 6328 offers a hardware Thunderbolt RAID adapter with support for up to eight SAS/SATA drives, up to twenty drives with a SATA port multiplier, and up to 128 wit a SAS port multiplier. It supports all common configurations of RAID and JBOD and versions of Mac OSX later than 10.9. The 6328L and 6324L offer quick solutions for upgrading existing Thunderbolt 2 solutions. These adapters are designed to support JBOD configurations and transfer speeds up to 20Gb/s. The 6328 has an MSRP of $699 while the 6328L and 6324L have prices of $399 and $299, respectively.

Source: Press Release



Super Talent Announces M.2 Form Factor SSD

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: August 12, 2014 03:06PM
Author: Nick Harezga

The latest additions to the Super Talent next generation form factor (NGFF) solid state drives use the M.2 connector. The drives are targeted at embedded and mobile applications that require "internally mounted high performance" storage. The NGFF DX1 is capable of read and write speeds up to 480MB/s and 400MB/s, respectively. VP of Engineering Shimon Chen described the drives saying, "Super Talent's NGFF SSDs are used extensively in today's rapidly expanding ultra-lightweight computing sector. The small form factor and high performance speeds make them a highly sought after storage solution for mobile computing."

Source: Press Release



AMD Planning to Enter Solid State Drive Market

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: August 7, 2014 08:03PM
Author: bp9801

AMD is putting all it can into its Radeon line, as a new entry will join the video card and memory lines: solid state drives. These SSDs will carry the Radeon R7 branding, and come in 120, 240, and 480GB capacities on the SATA 6Gbps interface. Performance numbers are only known via leaks so far, yet it looks like read and write speeds on the 120GB drive are around 550MB/s and 470MB/s, respectively. The write speeds increase a little at higher capacities, up to 530MB/s, while read speeds remain the same. Max random read IOPS range from 85,000 to 100,000, while max random write IOPS are at 90,000 for all three drives. Each drive is evidently based on the OCZ Indilinx Barefoot 3 processor and runs Toshiba 19nm MLC NAND flash chips.

It looks like AMD is trying to do all it can to enter the SSD market properly, and if the price is right, things could be looking up for the company. A formal introduction of the Radeon R7 SSDs is supposedly planned for August 13, so keep it tuned here for the full scoop.

Source: TechPowerUp via WCCFTech



ASUSTOR Announces Compatibility for 5 New WD Hard Drives

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: July 31, 2014 04:53PM
Author: Brentt Moore

ASUSTOR, a leading provider of network attached storage solutions, has just announced compatibility for five new Western Digital hard drives. The new drives that ASUSTOR NAS devices support include three Western Digital Red Pro drives and two high capacity Western Digital Red drives. More specifically, the Red Pro models that are now supported include the WD4001FFSX, WD3001FFSX, and WD2001FFSX, while the Red models that are verified as being compatible are the WD60EFRX and WD50EFRX. ASUSTOR NAS owners have an even larger selection of hard drives to choose from thanks to this announcement.

All ASUSTOR NAS devices, which feature Intel Atom dual-core processors and the ASUSTOR Data Master operating system, support the five latest Western Digital hard drives.

Source: Press Release



Kingston Announces 1TB Solid State Drive

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: July 21, 2014 10:23AM
Author: Nick Harezga

Kingston will be adding its largest capacity solid state drive to date to the SSDNow V300 series with the V310, a 1TB drive. The drive is powered by a Phison 3108 controller capable of read and write speeds up to 450MB/s. The Kingston Value series is a great SSD for users looking to migrate from traditional drives without breaking the bank, and the large 1TB capacity provides a drive large enough for most users. SSD Business Manager Ariel Perez said, "Since 2009, our V ‘Value’ series solid-state drives have delivered the best price to performance ratio as possible to enable consumers on a budget or entry-level users to experience the benefits of SSD technology. Our new V310 continues that along with providing the biggest capacity ever in a Kingston SSD."

Source: Press Release



Corsair Announces Fastest USB Flash Drives

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: July 16, 2014 02:40PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Corsair has announced the availability of the Flash Voyager GTX USB 3.0 flash drives, the fastest to date from the company. The new drive is available in capacities of 128GB and 256GB with read and write speeds up to 450MB/s and 350MB/s, respectively. The Voyager GTX has the internals of a SSD with USB Attached SCSI, S.M.A.R.T monitoring, and TRIM support. It is backwards compatible with USB 2.0 and works out of the box with Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems. The 128GB model will retail for $119.99 and the 256GB model has an MSRP of $239.99.

Source: Press Release




HighPoint Adds Tape Support to Rocket Products

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: July 15, 2014 03:20PM
Author: Nick Harezga

HighPoint has announced the addition of support for LTO 5 and 6 Tape drives to its RocketStor 6328 Thunderbolt 2 RAID adapters and RocketRAID Series HBAs. Tape drive support adds to a multitude of features provided by the devices including hardware RAID, SAS expansion, and SATA port multiplication. The RocketStor 6328 is the first Thunderbolt 2 hardware RAID adapter and is compatible with OSX 10.8.6 and later. The RocketRAID 4500 series was designed with high performance digital media in mind, including applications in 3D and 4K resolutions.

Source: Press Release



Synology Launches DS415play Storage Station

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: July 14, 2014 01:32PM
Author: Nick Harezga

Synology has released a follow up to the DS214play Network Attached Storage device, the DS415play. Building on the two-bay design of the DS214play the DS415play adds an additional two bays and continues to support hardware video transcoding to deliver 1080p video to media streaming devices. The NAS can stream to a wide array of devices including Apple TV, Roku players, computers, and mobile devices powered by Android, iOS, and Windows. Powered by the DiskStation Manager 5.0 OS, the device has multimedia capabilities encompassing audio, video, and photos. The DS415play can hold up to 20TB of disk space with read and write performance up to 110MB/s and 100MB/s, respectively. The DS415play is now available and carries an MSRP of $539.99.

Source: Press Release



Kingston Announces Two New Memory Cards

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: July 8, 2014 01:50PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Kingston has announced a pair of new flash memory products with the DataTraveler microDuo 3.0 and Class 10 UHS-I 90R/45W microSDHC/SDXC card. The microDuo was designed with the needs of Android users in mind, allowing for an increase in storage capacity up to 64GB. It offers a USB 3.0 and microUSB dual interface to ensure compatibility with a wide range of devices including those that support USB On-The-Go. The new Class 10 device will be available in capacities of 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB with read and write speeds up to 90MB/s and 45MB/s, respectively.

Source: Press Release



ASUSTOR Releases ADM 2.2

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: July 1, 2014 04:23PM
Author: Brentt Moore

ASUSTOR has just released ASUTOR Data Manager 2.2, just over four months after it released version 2.1The latest version adds in various new features and optimizations, much of which were included thanks to user input and feedback, according to Product Manager at ASUSTOR, Steve Huang. ADM 2.2 contains several new core features, including Night Mode scheduling, hard disk hibernation indicators, multilingual username support, more advanced UPS functionality, and support for external CD, DVD, and Blu-ray drives. New applications are also available in ADM 2.2 and include Photo Gallery, MiniDLNA, Google Drive, HiDrive, and Mail Server. Another feature that is included with ADM 2.2 is a Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox add-on known as Download Helper, which provides one-click downloading of online streaming video.

ADM 2.2 is available for all ASUSTOR NAS devices and can be downloaded now.

Source: Press Release



Samsung 850 Solid State Drive Now Available

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: July 1, 2014 02:59PM
Author: Nick Harezga

The Samsung 850 Pro is the latest solid state drive from the company and it is the first to use the new 3D vertical NAND flash memory technology. The new technology "features a proprietary vertical cell structure that overcomes the density limit currently facing planar NAND architecture." The 850 Pro is capable of read and write speeds up to 550MB/s and 520MB/s, respectively, and also boasts 100,000 read IOPS and 90,000 IOPS. It will be available in capacities of 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB.

Source: Maximum PC



Transcend Launches SSD370

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: June 27, 2014 07:30AM
Author: Brentt Moore

Transcend has just introduced the SSD370, a solid state drive that is aimed at performance driven consumers. The solid state drive utilizes high-quality MLC NAND Flash chips, makes use of the SATA III 6Gb/s interface, and incorporates a powerful Transcend TS6500 controller. All of these components ensure that the SSD370 can provide users with read speeds up to 570MB/s and write speeds up to 470MB/s. Transcend has engineered the SSD370 to save power, as it supports SATA Device Sleep Mode, or DevSleep. This technology allows a computer to fully power off the SATA interface while still maintaining a response time of less than 20ms. The SSD370 also comes with features such as Advanced Power Shield mechanism, Intelligent Block Management, S.M.A.R.T. commands support, Wear Leveling, and NCQ/TRIM.

The Transcend SSD370 comes with a three-year warranty and is available in 32GB, 64GB, 128GB, 256GB, 512GB and 1TB capacities and costs $49, $59, $99, $169, $319, and $679, respectively.

Source: Press Release



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