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Slimline SSD outperforms SATA models

Slimline SSD outperforms SATA models
Western Digital is accelerating the NVMe transition of value-PC storage by adding an NVMe model to its WD Blue solid-state drive (SSD) portfolio, the WD Blue SN500 NVMe SSD. The new SSD delivers three times the performance of its SATA counterpart.
25th March 2019

Low power SRAM customises memory for artificial intelligence

Low power SRAM customises memory for artificial intelligence
  sureCore's new SureFit SRAM customisation service has delivered low power high capacity SRAM subsystems implemented in advanced FinFET processes to Tier-1 players in the demanding imaging, artificial intelligence and machine learning markets.
21st March 2019

Memory products announced to support IIoT applications

Memory products announced to support IIoT applications
SMART Modular Technologies has announced its exact fit memory support for IIoT applications. Compared to the consumer-oriented IoT, IIoT is distinct as its applications have specific memory requirements with applications that need memory-intensive analytic capabilities. IIoT includes new applications like Artificial Intelligence (AI) solutions that will be used in industrial settings for predictive maintenance, embedded security, automation and other use cases that require low latency application acceleration.
18th March 2019


New solution for storing high volume data cost efficiently

New solution for storing high volume data cost efficiently
Toshiba Memory Europe has announced a range of four new JEDEC e-MMC (Embedded MultiMediaCard) Ver. 5.1 compliant embedded flash memory products for consumer applications. The new products integrate Toshiba Memory’s 15nm BiCS FLASH 3D flash memory and a controller in a single package. All of the new products support the command queuing and secure write protection functions, specified as an option in the standard.
18th March 2019

Accelerating delivery of advanced 3D flash memory devices

Accelerating delivery of advanced 3D flash memory devices
Cadence Design Systems announced that Toshiba Memory Corporation has successfully used the Cadence CMP Process Optimiser, a model calibration and prediction tool that accurately simulates multi-layer thickness and topography variability for the entire layer stack, to accelerate the delivery of its advanced 3D flash memory devices. With the Cadence solution in place, Toshiba Memory Corporation achieved 95.7% accuracy to silicon.
18th March 2019

NVMe SSD portfolio targets cloud data centres

NVMe SSD portfolio targets cloud data centres
The availability of the XD5 Series NVMe SSD platform in a 2.5” low-profile form factor that is optimised for low-latency and performance consistency in read-intensive workloads, has been announced by Toshiba Memory Europe. Developed for both data centre and cloud environments, the new 2.5” form factor XD5 Series is suited for NoSQL databases, large-scale-out data mining and analysis, and streaming applications.
15th March 2019

WekaIO, Western Digital push ahead on NVMe collaboration

WekaIO, a developer of high-performance, scalable file storage for data-intensive applications, and Western Digital are collaborating to deliver a fast scale-out architecture for data-centric high-performance computing (HPC) and machine learning (ML) applications.
5th March 2019

What are the hardware latencies associated with PRU?

What are the hardware latencies associated with PRU?
In this application report from Texas Instruments, the hardware latencies associated with PRU-initiated memory reads are explored. The PRU is a scalar processor, processing each instruction sequentially. With the exception of memory read instructions, all PRU instructions execute in a single cycle. 
28th February 2019

Automotive MCUs introducing Phase Change Memory (PCM)

Why is ST investing in Phase Change Memory?
27th February 2019

NVMe-oF RoCE with DirectFlash fabric to help enterprises unify cloud

NVMe-oF RoCE with DirectFlash fabric to help enterprises unify cloud
All-flash storage specialist, Pure Storage, has announced it has added powerful new DirectFlash Fabric capability for end-to-end NVMe and NVMe-oF support in Purity 5.2, the software-defined engine of its FlashArray//X products. The new capability further extends Pure’s ability to empower customers to approach hybrid cloud with a new level of unified infrastructure.
25th February 2019


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