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Intel and Micron Tuesday announced that their joint NAND flash manufacturing venture will begin using a more dense circuitry that will allow a terabit of data, or 128 gigabytes, to fit on a fingertip.
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According to DRAMeXchange, the flooding in Thailand that has left the storage industry with a dearth of hard drives has also caused a temporary rush on...
Seagate today released the third generation of its hybrid drive, doubling the amount of NAND memory to 8GB and increasing total capacity to 750GB.
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Western Digital will be allowed to take over Hitachi's hard disk drive business, but only if it sells off a 3.5-inch hard disk drive production plant.
Cloud Engines, maker of Pogoplug personal cloud computing hardware, adds mobile storage to its list of shared cloud services.
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The devastating floods in Thailand will cause a 28 percent quarter-on-quarter drop in hard disk drive (HDD) production in the fourth quarter.
Seagate announced that it's bumping the platter rotation speed in all of its Barracuda hard drives from 5900 rpm to 7200 rpm.
Western Digital said its primary manufacturing facility in Thailand was flooded over the weekend, with its secondary site also at risk, raising the possibility of a global shortage of hard disk drives.
Intel will tell you its new high-speed interconnect technology, Thunderbolt, is not in competition with Universal Serial Bus (USB), the ubiquitous standard for connecting computers with other devices.
Samsung Electronics and Micron Technology on Thursday announced the creation of a consortium around a new low-power memory called Hybrid Memory Cube, which could...
Months after Thunderbolt made its debut, devices that take advantage of the high-speed technology are making their way to consumers quite slowly.
Thunderbolt ports on Apple's current Macintosh computers will be compatible with upcoming fiber optic cables, which should be ready by next year.