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SSD modules obtain the maximum possible endurance

SSD modules obtain the maximum possible endurance
Swissbit has released a product series of M.2 SSD (solid state drive) modules. The SATA III durabit SSDs use MLC flash memory together with special hardware and firmware features to obtain the maximum possible endurance, data retention and performance from MLC technology. Compliant with the latest SATA III (6.0 Gb/s) interface specification, these drives meet the requirements of today’s industrial, network/communication and automotive applications.
31st March 2016

Structure magnetic memory device uses magnetisation switching

Structure magnetic memory device uses magnetisation switching
The research group of Professor Hideo Ohno and Associate Professor Shunsuke Fukami of Tohoku University has developed a new-structure magnetic memory device utilising spin-orbit- torque-induced magnetisation switching. For these two decades, much effort has been devoted to the development of magnetic random access memories (MRAMs), which store information as the magnetisation direction of a magnet.
22nd March 2016

Alternative ways to archive data for supercomputers

Alternative ways to archive data for supercomputers
Seagate Technology and Los Alamos National Laboratory (Los Alamos) are researching a new storage tier to enable massive data archiving for supercomputing. The joint effort is aimed at determining innovative new ways to keep massive amounts of stored data available for rapid access, while also minimising power consumption and improving the quality of data-driven research.
22nd March 2016


Fastest SSD flash drive has performance of 10 GB/s

Seagate Technology today unveiled a production-ready unit of the fastest single SSD demonstrated to date, with throughput performance of 10 GB/s. The early unit meets OCP specifications, making it ideal for hyperscale data centers looking to adopt the fastest flash technology with the latest and most sustainable standards. The 10GB/s unit, which is expected to be released this summer, is more than 4GB/s faster than the previous fastest-industry SSD on the market.
9th March 2016

The industry’s first complete UVM SystemVerilog VIP library

Mentor Graphics has announced the first entirely native UVM SystemVerilog memory VIP (Verification IP) library for all commonly used memory devices, configurations and interfaces. Mentor is adding more than 1,600 memory models to the Mentor VIP library that already supports over 60 commonly used peripheral interfaces and bus architectures.
8th March 2016

'Bending current' to introduce energy-efficient memory

'Bending current' to introduce energy-efficient memory
Use your computer without the need to start it up: a new type of magnetic memory makes it possible. This 'MRAM' is faster, more efficient and robust than other kinds of data storage. However, switching bits still requires too much electrical power to make large-scale application practicable. Researchers at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) have discovered a smart way of solving this problem by using a 'bending current'. They publish their findings today in the journal Nature Communications.
4th March 2016

6.0 Gbit/s SATA SSD suits value-endurance workloads

6.0 Gbit/s SATA SSD suits value-endurance workloads
Toshiba Electronics Europe (TEE) announces the HK4, a new enterprise 6.0 Gbit/s SATA SSD series designed for read-intensive and value-endurance workloads. The HK4 Series is Toshiba’s first SSD for enterprise and data centre applications to embed 15nm MLC NAND flash memory and offers low latency tuned for high Quality of Service (QoS).
23rd February 2016

Quad SPI FRAM device features 4Mb capacity

Quad SPI FRAM device features 4Mb capacity
Fujitsu is launching the 'industry’s first' Quad SPI FRAM product MB85RQ4ML, offering an ultra high speed and compact nonvolatile memory solution for networking, industry computing and HMI applications. MB85RQ4ML incorporates 4Mbit FRAM (Ferroelectric Random Access Memory) and Quad SPI interface.
23rd February 2016

High capacity SSD embeds TLC NAND Flash memory

High capacity SSD embeds TLC NAND Flash memory
  Toshiba Electronics Europe has introduced a client Solid State Drive (cSSD) with embedded TLC NAND flash memory. The SG5 series provides high performance and large storage capacities while maintaining a small form factor and reducing costs for consumers.
17th February 2016

USB 3.1 Flash memory controller enhances endurance

Hyperstone introduces its USB 3.1 Flash memory controller, U9. U9 is targeting industrial applications such as removable USB Flash drives (UFD) and embedded USB Flash modules (eUSB). Together with Hyperstone's hyMap Flash Translation Layer (FTL) and hyReliabilityT firmware features, U9 provides enhanced endurance and data retention management, as well as rigorous power fail-safe features.
15th February 2016


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