Results tagged "NAND"
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March 10, 2014 02:24 PMFlash storage offers a combination of speed, reliability and scalability benefits, which translates to increased productivity and operational savings for the enterprise.
December 10, 2012 11:40 AMEngineers have announced a new technique using heat to extend flash write/erase cycles from 10,000 to 100 million or more. But while tech breakthroughs are great, prudent management may be a better solution to flash’s lack of endurance.
May 10, 2012 01:00 PMWhiptail's Invicta, called the world's first scale-out, modular, enterprise-class solid state storage platform, offers up to 72 Tbytes of NAND flash capacity, sustained bandwidth beyond 6 Gbytes per second, sustained IOPS beyond 600,000 and a latency that's so low it's virtually undetectable in a multitenant, multiprotocol environment.
February 21, 2012 11:00 AMAt last month's FAST (File and Storage Technologies) conference, researchers from UCSD and Microsoft Research presented a paper, titled "The Bleak Future of NAND Flash Memory" that's put the rosy all-flash-all-the-time future predicted by some in doubt for the long term. The gist of the paper's argument is that the physics of flash, and the researchers' testing, indicate that as flash density increases, the life and performance of flash will degrade to the point that by 2024 flash will no longer be a viable solution.
August 12, 2010 09:51 AMToshiba America Electronic Components is introducing 32nm double data rate Toggle Mode NAND, in multi-level cell (MLC) versions with densities of 64Gb, 128Gb and 256Gb and single-level cell (SLC) versions with densities of 32Gb, 64Gb and 128Gb. Toggle Mode NAND features a faster interface than conventional or "legacy" asynchronous NAND memory with lower power consumption than competing synchronous DDR NAND product offerings.
October 19, 2007 04:00 AMWhen prices drop, there will be no stopping SSDs in replacing platters.
March 27, 2006 04:57 PMPC shipments will not be affected by Vista's delay, IDC said Monday in a report.
March 07, 2006 10:56 PMIntel's new technology, code-named Robson, promises system boots that take half the time of notebooks on the market today and application launches that are five times as fast with its