The Samsung 950 Pro is available now and it's a hot seller, but the SM951-NVMe still packs a better value for shoppers looking to save. Today, we look at three Samsung PCIe solutions in both single-drive and...
Tom's Hardware gets a rare and in-depth look at how Seagate designs and tests its hard drives. Join us for a tour through the company's Longmont, Colorado R&D center.
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Micron unleashes technical details about next generation NAND flash that takes the vertical route to the future.
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NVMe is all the rage, but can the legacy software from the SanDisk ioMemory products compete with the NVMe challengers?
On the surface, the OCZ Trion 150 is a revamped Trion 100 with Toshiba 15nm flash. Under the cover, OCZ tweaked the firmware to enable more sequential data transfer performance.
Mushkin's Reactor SSDs sell for very low prices online, and the 1TB model is one of our top value picks. Is the 256GB model as good of a value? We answer that today.
The Hagens Berman law firm has files a class-action lawsuit against Seagate in regard to its 3 TB Barracuda models, and even cited the Backblaze "reliability report" as one of its key pieces of evidence.
Armed with Phison's new v.1.6 firmware for the S10 processor and low-cost flash, Zotac takes aim at the mainstream and gamer SSD markets.
LaCie started the rugged portable storage genre, and it's now a product category with several makes and models. Does the originator still lead this category or has the competition eclipsed its best efforts?
Intel's Braswell SoC has hit the NAS market like a missile. This low cost processor is powerful and feature-rich. Small, low cost NAS systems are now able to use encryption technology without a heavy penalty...
QNAP has two new NAS appliances designed for the SOHO market: the TS-251+ and the TS-451+. The latter is an updated model based loosely on the original TS-451, and we're ready to measure what should be improved...
The Fixstars SSD-1300M reaches 13 TB in a single 2.5-inch form factor. The application-specific SSD is a drop in fit for object storage and digital content streaming.
Mushkin has one of the best selling value SSDs on the market today and looks to expand its product line in early 2016.
Seagate expanded its NAS HDD product line with a new 8 terabyte model today. The new drive is a drop in replacement for existing 3.5 inch products that allow a wide range of systems to store more data in less...
Plextor tapped Marvell's new Eldora NVMe processor for the upcoming M8Pe that scales to 1 TB and looks very sharp.
Marvell released its 88NV1140 SSD controller at CES 2016 in a move that will likely lead to a sweeping change in the way manufacturers design SSDs.
The PS5007-E7 has entered the final phase of performance tuning and will enter qualifications this spring. We should start to see retail products as early as March.
Kingston releases new HyperX products while continuing to expand the premium brand in new directions.
QNAP's TBS-453A converges several devices into one attractive and very useful slim device that can hide or travel just about anywhere.
Patriot's SSD product lineup looks strong going into the new year, with NVMe, TLC and Venom mixed in the DNA.
Once again, the Tom's Hardware team was out in force at the annual consumer electronics show in Las Vegas. Here are our top picks for CES 2016.