The C300 SSD is so fast it beats Intel in all metrics.
Lexar Media has announced its new series of Crucial M225 2.5-inch solid-state drives, sporting capacities up to 256 GB and read speeds of 250 MB per second.
Storage maker Western Digital is getting into the solid-state drive market, buying up SiliconSystems for $65 million in cash.
Hitachi and Intel have announced a partnership to developer SAS and Fibre Channel solid-state drives aimed at enterprise-level servers and workstations.
California's BiTMICRO has announced it has pushed the capacity of its 2.5-inch solid-state drives to a mammoth 416 GB - but they're for military and industrial clients.
Though SSDs entered the market as luxury items often passed up for those on a budget, sales are increasing, likely due to both falling prices and increased speeds. Read on to learn more here.
MSI's new U115 Hybrid netbook computer packs both a solid-state drive and a traditional hard drive - and can use them both at the same time.
The company's next-generation of Core drives will hit read speeds of 170 MB/s and store up to 250GB.
Tearing huge chunks out of the SSD price barrier, OCZ has released budget drives that significantly undercut the competition, including a $479 128GB drive.
Toshiba has added a 128 GB solid-state drive option to its lightweight Portege R500 notebook.
While Samsung's most cutting edge solid-state drives won't hold any more data than its last, they will operate at twice the speed.
Last year when hard drive maker Seagate sued SSD maker STEC for patent infringement and hinted it might go after other SSD makers. Now, Seagate has dropped the suit.
Toshiba's second-gen SSDs dwarf existing drives in both size and blazing speed.
The latest SSD drives out of SanDisk may not set any capacity records at just 4GB, 8GB and 16GB, but they're small, light and cheap enough for use in ultra-low-cost PCs.