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It's clearly the age of the mobile device. With tablets getting slimmer, Ultrabooks shrinking and our demand for storage on the rise, companies are being forced to squeeze even more into tight spaces. So, it's no surprise to see RunCore doing exactly that. The company has just debuted the new 2.5" 7mm Pro VI SSD at Computex, which is designed for the world's slimmest Ultrabooks that may find 9mm SSDs to be just a little too thick. It's crazy that we're at that point now, but we are. And it's going to get even more serious in the months ahead, and thin becomes "not quite thin enough." This particular... Read more...
RunCore has spent loads of time over the years trumpeting their high-speed SSDs, but here's something else that's probably even more novel. The company has just launched its InVincible Solid State Disc drive. A cute name, yes, but there's some serious horsepower underneath. The SATA SSD has quite the unique feature, too, with a special button that "allows for total physical destruction with a single click." That's no James Bond reference; that's a legitimate feature! It's designed with protection in mind, but honestly, we can't think of too many folks outside of secret intelligence that would need... Read more...
Talk about tiny. As flash memory and NAND gets smaller and smaller, so too do modules that acts as storage mainframes for things like phones and tablets. RunCore has today introduced a single-chip SATA DOM SSD, the Mini DOM. It uses the SATA II interface, and ffers even higher performance and reliability as compared to the earlier IDE/ATA models in the market. In order to fulfill different system structures, RunCore Mini DOM provides three different solutions: 7 pin Horizontal-female SATA DOM, 7 pin Vertical-female SATA DOM, and 22 pin Horizontal-male SATA DOM. With different capacity ranges from... Read more...
CES isn't too far away, and it looks like RunCore will be there showcasing new goods. What's on tap? A few things, actually. The Xapear, Falcon series and Pro V 7mm 2.5" SSD, along with other production representations. RunCore Xapear is the world's first encryption solid-state drive that has the technology of RFID and the function of Mobile Phone Encryption. RFID User access control uses AES128 encryption algorithm to control the access permission, and the private space of the drive can only be recognized and accessed if users were using the authorized RFID tag. Also, users can check the SSD status... Read more...
It's a common refrain about these parts, but so what? A new SSD? Sign us up! As flash storage continues to make its way towards the mainstream, RunCore has announced their new InVincible V Series of SSDs, which have passed a series of screening tests in full accordance with MIL requirements such as temperature, vibration, shock, salt spray - compliant with MIL-810F and GJB150 - can still exhibit superior performance in extreme environments. The product adopts SATA II interface and is compliant with Serial ATA 2.6 protocol; Up to 240MB/s read and 220MB/s write, featuring 4k random writes up to 5,000... Read more...
Another day, another entrant into the SSD game. This time it's RunCore, introducing a new high-end enterprise-grade SSD called the Kylin II. It adopts the latest SandForce controller with either 25nm MLC or SLC NAND Flash -- something that we're told has been oft requested by customers. Compared to other enterprise-level SSDs, this one promises even greater reliability and stability. It touts DuraClass technology and supports SATA 6Gbps interfaces, though it's compatible with SATA 3Gbps and 1.5Gbps as well. It'll support NCQ (up to 32 commands), SMART and should be available soon in 50GB, 100GB,... Read more...
RunCore. Heard that name before? If you're a fan of SSDs, you certainly have. The storage company has just announced that they will soon launch a new micro-chip package that could create big waves from a tiny device. It's the disk-on-chip SSD, the rSSD T100. It's expected to be released this October, and it's described as a new generation of embedded SSD that will contain multi-interconnected chips used in mobile phones, PDAs, notebooks, tablets or anything else that could benefit from an embedded storage solution. Naturally, it will best suit smaller devices with limited space on the design board,... Read more...
RunCore has a history of offering very fast SSDs. The company recently announced its latest solid-state drive, the new Pro IV SSD. While the new drive is certainly fast, that the speed also comes at a price. RunCore claims the Pro IV Solid State drives offer superior random read and random write speeds compared to the other main stream SSD on the market today. To back that claim up, this 2.5-inch drive can read at up to 240Mbps and write at up to 185Mbps. Assuming you’re willing to shell out between $149 and $889 (depending on the model you choose), RunCore has made using the drive a breeze thanks... Read more...