Today, TEAMGROUP announces two new PCIe M.2 Solid State Drives, the T-FORCE CARDEA ZERO-Z330 and ZERO-Z340 M.2 SSDs. Both Intel and AMD compactable and support the latest PCIe Gen3x4 interface. It uses patented graphene copper foil cooling module and made with professional technology to achieve a thin and lightweight structure with less than 1mm of thickness. Specially built in black and gold for gaming laptops and high performance desktops, this is a weapon of choice for gamers who want to conquer the gaming world!
T-FORCE CARDEA ZERO-Z330 and CARDEA ZERO-Z340 M.2 SSDs, the two graphene high-speed solid state drives are using the latest PCIe Gen3x4 high speed interface with the NVMe 1.3 standard and has patented graphene copper foil cooling modules. The extremely thin and lightweight structure can eliminate device interference during installation. The two M.2 SSDs have continuous read/write speeds up to 2100/1700MB/s and 3400/3000MB/s respectively, providing different solutions for different usage needs of gamers.Add a comment
AVerMedia Technologies, Inc., a leader in digital video and audio, is proud to announce the launch of the Live Gamer BOLT today. The latest addition to AVerMedia’s 4K video capture lineup, the Live Gamer BOLT—shortened as the BOLT— is the world’s first external video capture device to record 4K60 HDR10 and Full HD at 240 frames per second, featuring Thunderbolt 3 connectivity. With the BOLT’s ultra-low latency, award-winning aesthetics, impressive video capturing power, and RGB lighting effects, AVerMedia has set a new standard in the consumer video capture industry.
Thanks to the BOLT's innovative video capturing capabilities, content creators will be able to record HDR10 content up to 4K resolution (3840 x 2160) at 60 frames per second. For hardcore PC gamers, the BOLT can pass-through and record Full HD video at a whopping 240 frames per second. This gives PC gamers a more responsive gaming experience in addition to capturing epic slow-mo highlight footage.Add a comment
Kioxia Corporation, the world leader in memory solutions, is pleased to announce the launch of “KIOXIA” branded consumer products, including microSD/SD memory cards, USB memory and SSDs. Kioxia and its group companies started to operate under its new company name on October 1st, 2019. After the brand change of its business-to-business products, Kioxia will launch consumer products with a completely new look and feel in April, 2020.
With its comprehensive portfolio of microSD/SD memory cards, USB memory and SSDs, Kioxia offers consumer products that are specifically designed for enabling end-users to store their digital way of life wherever and whenever they want. Kioxia’s consumer products are mainly focused and optimized for use with smartphones, tablets and PCs, digital cameras and more.Add a comment
Portable SSDs should be just that: portable. If you’re looking for a reliable way to offload lots of footage from your DSLR or drone and more while on-the-go to keep it in safe hands, look no further than our new PC60. It strikes the right balance between size, performance, and design.
Square In Shape, Not In Design
At just 80mm square, the PC60 is one of our most portable-friendly portable SSDs yet. It fits snugly in the palm of a hand and comfortably slides into a pocket, unnoticed, thanks to its slim 11mm profile. It's also surprisingly lightweight. The shock-resistant structure, which can withstand minor drops and bumps, and the convenient keyhole design, which allows it to easily attach to keychains or bags, both complement its intent to be an on-the-go back-up storage solution.
CyberLink Corp., today announced the release of PowerDVD 20, the latest version of its award-winning movie and media playback software. PowerDVD 20 builds on CyberLink’s cutting-edge media technology leadership and integrates a comprehensive cloud-based viewing and streaming experience for seamless enjoyment of all contents, anywhere, in their best possible quality. At home, users can share content between Wi-Fi connected PCs, TVs and devices. Remotely, they can now upload media to their personal CyberLink Cloud, allowing easy access to their videos, photos and music on any device, no matter where they are. With the ability to share media with friends and family, users enjoy a seamless, socially integrated entertainment experience.
Offering a cross-device media experience has never been more relevant. Over 80% of consumers now have two or more connected devices, and one-third have up to five or more. By syncing with CyberLink Cloud, PowerDVD 20 offers a complete cross-device experience. Users can pause media on one device and continue watching on other PCs or mobile devices right where they left off. PowerDVD 20 also extends cross-device integration to friends and family. It is as simple as sharing a link that allows them to view the content on their browser. PowerDVD 20 is the perfect choice for groups of people wishing to build a shared cloud-streaming collection and is enabling increasingly popular virtual movie viewing parties.Add a comment
Yangtze Memory Technologies Co., Ltd (YMTC), today announced that its 128-layer 1.33Tb QLC 3D NAND flash memory chip, X2-6070, has passed sample verification on the SSD platform through co-working with multiple controller partners. As the first QLC based 128-layer 3D NAND, X2-6070 has achieved the highest bit density, highest I/O speed and highest capacity so far among all released flash memory parts in the industry. Accompanying this release, YMTC introduced a 128-layer 512Gb TLC (3 bit/cell) chip, X2-9060, to meet diversified application requirements.
"As a new entrant in the flash memory industry, YMTC has reached to new heights by launching the 1.33 Tb QLC product,'' said Grace Gong, YMTC Senior Vice President of Marketing and Sales. "We are able to achieve these results today because of the incredible synergy created through seamless collaboration with our global industry partners, as well as remarkable contributions from our employees. With the launch of XtackingTM 2.0, YMTC is now capable of building a new business ecosystem where our partners can play to their strengths and we can achieve mutually beneficial results."Add a comment
ADATA Technology, a leading manufacturer of high-performance DRAM modules, NAND Flash products, and mobile accessories today announces the launch of the ADATA IM2S3314 M.2 2242 SATA III solid state drive (SSD). Featuring a slim and compact design, the IM2S3314 is ideally suited for smaller industrial devices.
Reliable and Versatile
Sporting a M.2 2242 form factor, the IM2S3314 offers high compatibility and is easy to install. For reliable use in most environments, the SSD can operate optimally in a wide range of temperatures, from -40°C to 85°C. As with all ADATA industrial-grade SSDs, the IM2S3314 has a 3K P/E cycles rating, enhancing its endurance, reliability, and stability. All these characteristics and capabilities make the IM2S3314 perfect for a wide range of applications, devices, and segments that require a compact SSD with excellent reliability and stability, such as thin clients, industrial PCs, industrial robots, autonomous vehicles, transportation, healthcare, aerospace, and more.
ADATA’s Proprietary A+ SLC Technology
For added reliability and improved cost efficiency, the IM2S3314 implements ADATA’s proprietary A+ SLC technology. It utilizes custom NAND Flash firmware with an A+ sorting algorithm to emulate SLC performance. A+ SLC is highly reliable, provides excellent data integrity, and delivers a superb cost/performance balance.
Micron Technology, Inc., today announced new Micron 5210 ION enterprise SATA SSD capacity and features, solidifying Micron’s leadership in QLC technology volume production. The world’s first QLC solid-state drive (SSD), the Micron 5210 is based on the company’s advanced QLC NAND technology and quickly replacing legacy hard disk drives (HDDs).
From SQL and NoSQL databases to big data and analytics, object stores and vSAN capacity tiers, customers are now reaping the benefits of NAND flash on performance-sensitive workloads that used to live on HDDs. Rapidly supplanting 10K HDDs, the Micron 5210 delivers 175 times faster random reads, 30 times faster random writes, two times more sequential throughput, and three times more energy efficiency than the largest 10K RPM HDDs1 — all at a compelling price point.Add a comment
SK hynix Inc. today announced the availability of the "PE8000" series, its newest and most advanced line-up of enterprise Solid State Drives (eSSDs). The PE8000 series is designed to meet the diverse needs of datacenter customers.
PE8010 and PE8030 are the Company's first Non-Volatile Memory express (NVMe) SSDs supporting the PCIe Gen4 Interface. Both drives feature the Company's 96-layer Triple-Level Cell (TLC) 4D NAND flash and an in-house controller, providing a maximum capacity of 8TB, and are compatible with U.2/U.3 form factors. PE8010 is tailored to read-intensive workloads, while PE8030 is optimized for mixed-use.Add a comment
In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, many businesses have adopted work from home policies. Synology's wireless routers feature powerful VPN server capabilities that enable businesses to quickly facilitate a remote workforce. Starting from April 6, Synology VPN Plus licenses will become free to purchase until September 30, 2020.
"We have seen many businesses rushing to adopt VPN solutions in order to set up an infrastructure to enable a remote workforce. Over the past two months, we have seen a five-fold increase in VPN Plus license purchases," said Hewitt Lee, Director of Synology Product Management Group. "As the situation continues to develop in unprecedented ways, we understand that many are uncertain of how to maintain business continuity. Synology is offering VPN Plus licenses for free in an effort to help businesses resume operations remotely."
Both existing and new owners of Synology's RT1900ac, RT2600ac, and MR2200ac wireless routers will be able to purchase VPN Plus Client VPN Access and Site-to-Site VPN licenses for free. All licenses are perpetual and do not expire or require additional costs after September 30, 2020.Add a comment