Singapore-based researchers have developed a new magnetoresistive random access memory technology that is expected to boost information storage in electronic systems. The technology is expected to drastically increase storage space and enhance memory, which will ensure that fresh data stays intact, even in the case of a power failure.
Intel solid-state drives (SSDs), available from Mouser Electronics, are a hard drive alternative for boosting the performance and reliability of laptop and desktop PCs. They are claimed to be 50% faster, 60% more durable and use 20% less power compared to conventional computer hard drives.
The DAP 5000a from Microstar Laboratories is suitable for applications that require Pentium-powered real-time processing under Windows.
Mushkin’s line of 1.8″ Chronos GO SATA III (6 Gbps) solid-state drives (SSDs) is available in 120, 240 and 480 GB capacities.
Mill-Max has expanded its USB family to include four USB 3.0 connectors.
EU-funded researchers have engineered a ‘multiferroic’ material that could potentially be used in quick data storage.
Pentek has released the first in a family of COTS turnkey high-speed digital recorders, the Talon RTS 2715.
The Curtiss Wright XMC/PMC-552 is a power-efficient NAND flash solid state drive, suitable for rugged aerospace and defence applications and harsh environments where extreme temperature, shock or vibration make the use of mechanical hard disk drives impractical.
Three enhancements to the ReadyNAS Ultra family of systems have been released. They include mobile apps that connect smartphones and tablets to the systems and the upgrades also include firmware to increase performance by up to 50%.
The Iomega StorCenter PX series of network storage products has been created specifically for use in small to medium-sized businesses.
A portfolio of products and solutions built on the NetApp E-series platform has been released to enable users and partners to tackle new and growing storage requirements.
Crucial m4 solid-state drives in capacities ranging from 64 to 512 GB are now available.
The Pretec M2100 series of solid state drives is designed to meet the demands of server environments and enterprise applications.
NetApp has integrated its unified storage systems with Symantec's Thin Reclamation API to help SAN users automatically reclaim storage space and improve overall storage efficiency.
The ASAX Leopard Hunt II T-Series solid state disk drives are claimed to deliver good storage performance for enterprise, laptop and embedded systems.