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Intel launches D3-S4510 & D3-S4610 Series SSDs

Intel launches D3-S4510 & D3-S4610 Series SSDs, which are designed to replace standard hard drives and the very approach to data storage.

Toshiba Announces 14TB HDD Availability on Supermicro Storage Servers

Toshiba has announced 14TB 9 Disk HDDs for Supermicro Servers to meet the growing capacity needs of enterprise and cloud data center customers.

Seagate announces a mainstream Barracuda SSD drive

Seagate launches Barracuda SSDs targeting mainstream users. They come with multiple capacity options (250GB, 500GB, 1TB, and 2TB) and a standard 2.5" form factor.

SanDisk's Extreme SSD is built to survive nearly every outdoor element

The SanDisk Extreme SSDs were built specifically with adventure photographers and filmmakers in mind and deliver high performance and capacity.

Western Digital Introduces Dual-Port Ultrastar DC SS530 SAS SSD

Western Digital Introduces Dual-Port Ultrastar DC SS530 SAS SSD with an increased capacity while retaining the 2.5-inch, 15mm form factor.

Gigabyte Enters the SSD Market with New UD PRO SSDs

Gigabyte Technology Co Ltd, a manufacturer of motherboards and graphics cards, announced its UD PRO series SSDs which will come in 256GB and 512GB capacity options.

Synology Announces New DiskStation DS1618+

Synology announced the new DiskStation DS1618+, a compact and powerful 6-Bay NAS equipped with a quad-core processor and designed for small and medium businesses.

Intel Launched New 905P Optane SSD Series

Intel has announced new enthusiast-grade Optane 905P SSDs that are designed for heavy workloads and are based on the previous 900P series.

Western Digital Introduced the Ultrastar DC HC530 14TB HDD

Western Digital introduced its highest capacity hard drive based on conventional magnetic recording the HGST Ultrastar DC HC530 which can store 14 TB of data.

Samsung Launches New 970 Evo and 970 Pro SSDs

Samsung has announced additions to its solid-state drive range - new 970 Evo and 970 Pro NVMe SSDs that are based on the compact M.2 design with improvements to endurance and write speed.

G-Technology Announces Mobile and Desktop Professional SSD Storage Options

G-Technology, Western Digital's pro-line storage brand, announced 3 new Thunderbolt 3 SSD offerings for professional editing workflows.

Western Digital introduces its WD Black NVMe SSD

Western Digital's new Black 3D NVMe SSD is equipped with a new proprietary SSD controller and comes to market in three capacities that span from 1TB to 250GB.

Nimbus Data announced the World's Largest SSD with 100TB Capacity

Nimbus Data announced the world's largest 3.5-inch SSD, the ExaDrive DC100, which offers 100TB of storage and is designed to compete against nearline HDDs in data centers

ADATA Announces XPG SX950U SSD

ADATA announced the latest addition to its gaming product line, the new XPG SX950U SSD that will be available in 4 capacities ranging from 120GB to 960GB.

Intel launches 800P Optane SSD

Intel has launched its first 800P Optane SSDs for the mainstream consumer market after introducing higher-end solutions over the past few years.

Toshiba Announces New 2.5 Inch 2TB HDD for Client Storage

Toshiba has announced its new MQ04 Series 2TB HDD model MQ04ABD200, designed for use in notebook PCs.

Samsung Begins Mass Production of Its Massive 30.72TB PM1643 SSD

Samsung Electronics announced that it begins mass production of industry's largest capacity SSD - 30.72TB - for the next generation enterprise systems.

LaCie Announces the 2TB DJI CoPilot Hard Drive

Seagate just introduced the LaCie 2TB DJI CoPilot, a portable external hard drive specifically designed for drone pilots when they are out in the field.

Backblaze has revealed 2017 Hard Drive reliability stats

Backblaze has revealed data about annualized failure rates for drives that the company uses in its data centers from all major HDD makers over the last year.

Pioneer Launches XS02 Portable SSD

Pioneer has recently made the leap into the consumer electronics market and launched a brand-new USB-C Portable SSD device with a fast speed.

Seagate doubles down on HDD speeds with Multi-Actuator technology

Seagate announced that it plans to double the performance of its future HDDs with its Multi-Actuator technology.

Transcend Presents JetDrive 825 Thunderbolt PCIe Portable SSD for Mac

Transcend has announced the release of JetDrive 825 Thunderbolt PCIe portable SSD for Mac computers that uses 3D NAND flash and offer improved performance.
RAID Level 5 data redundancy: theory and reality

In theory, RAID 5 protects your data. In reality, RAID 5 is often a painful failure. Actual rates of double-disk failures are 2 to 1500 times higher than MTTDL predicts.
How reliable your newest big hard drive is?

"Cheap and Deep" is the mantra that calms the nerves of those trying to accommodate an era of surging data and dwindling budgets.
Why your hard drive cannot read or write

Our customers typically worry most about a disk drive's "click of death," but the fact is that unrecoverable read errors are much more common.
How to choose a data recovery company

The data recovery industry grows every day and every company that opens up markets itself as an expert. Of course, all of these companies are not equal.
Data Recovery Services: Be wary of cheap prices

Proper hard drive recovery can require manipulation of data at the sector level, transplantation of internal components and various other procedures.
How reliable your storage array is?

One of the issue particularly concerning with ultra-large hard drives is something called an unrecoverable bit error (UBE). Although rarely discussed with potential customers and definitely a topic "down in the weeds" UBE is a problem anyone working with ultra-large hard drives and RAID sets will eventually have to deal with.
Properly Rebuilding RAID 5 Arrays & Saving Your Data

Your data is valuable. You know that. You also know that data is fragile. It can be accidentally deleted or corrupted. It can be destroyed in a disaster, or an accident, or the hardware it is stored on can malfunction leaving it inaccessible.
What kills your Flash Drive and how you can avoid it

Like all forms of digital storage, the media can become corrupt and you can lose valuable information
Very often, when it comes to data migration, people think of humongous servers and big companies

Nevertheless, an average data storage device owner bothers him/herself with mentioned procedure at least once in two-three years.

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