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It may have flopped commercially, but Bulletstorm is still a fantastic FPS.
Declining revenues could lead to discounts.
Targets gamers and professionals alike.
DRAM arm not quite so lucky, sadly.
No more rebadged Marvell controllers.
NAND flash backup powered by supercapacitors.
Looks to concentrate on high-grade and enterprise lines.
240GB model the first on the market.
Room for both SSDs and hybrids, company claims.
Promises improved performance, longevity.
Looks to give Seagate some competition in the market.
Intel is rumoured to be working on Next Generation Form Factor (NGFF) SSDs.
Micron has started to ship its first commercial Phase Change Memory (PCM) parts.
Crucial has launched a new family in its m4 SSD range, in mSATA flavour.
Three companies have announced new SSDs this week, including an interesting new SD card from Apacer.
Seagate has invested in DensBits to create a new family of consumer- and enterprise-grade SSD products.
SandForce's SF-2000 SSD controller has been found to limit encryption to AES-128, rather than the AES-256 originally claimed.
Toshiba has confirmed mass production of ultra-slim 7mm 2.5in SSDs based on 19nm NAND flash.
RunCore has officially launched a range of SSDs with integrated self-destruct mechanism.
SSD specialist STEC has announced a technology for boosting cMLC endurance by thirteen times.
OCZ's new Vertex 4 firmware boasts massively improved sequential read speeds.
KingMax has launched a 1TB 2.5in SSD in Japan which retails for under £1,000.
OCZ has announced the world's first 1TB 2.5in SSD as part of its Octane family of drives.
Intel has formally launched its SSD 330 Series of 25nm-based solid-state drives.
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