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Enterprise clients take note -- Super Talent has begun shipping its new 8GB Registered-ECC DDR3 DRAM modules, otherwise known as R-DIMMs, to support low-voltage Intel Westmere platforms. These 8GB modules adhere to the JEDEC standard of 1.35V and 1333MHz with latencies of 9-9-9. "Going Green has always been associated with considerable trade-offs; not so with our new generation of 1.35V server memory. Our 8GB capacity boards enable higher capacity with higher efficiency and with a real measurable effect on operating costs," said CH Lee, COO of Super Talent. The upshot, according to Super Talent, is that enterprise servers are able to elevate the total memory capacity while consuming less power... Read more...
Super Talent is no stranger to USB 3.0. The company has been producing USB 3.0 gear for some time now. But now they're breaking a price barrier. The company has just announced that their USB 3.0 Express Duo has broken the $15 price barrier. A USB 3.0 drive for under $20? That's a trend we can get behind. Super Talent's new USB 3.0 Express Duo can top over 67MB/s when plugged into a USB 3.0 port, yet remains fully-backward compatible to USB 2.0 and for about the same price. Starting today, Super Talent will begin offering the 8GB USB 3.0 Express DUO for $14 and the 8GB version for only $29. The product is now sampling and will begin shipping on November 11th. SuperTalent Introduces USB 3.0 Flash... Read more...
Flash drives are a dime a dozen, and many of of them look exactly alike. But every so often, you'll find that a company goes out of their way to really differentiate their product. Super Talent is a known name in the USB / flash storage space, and they're the ones going out of their way this time. The new CKB flash drive not only fits on a keychain, but it actually looks like a key, too.   Basically, this new drive gives new meaning to "USB Key," and it's shaped just like a key. It's made from metal and comes in two colors, nickle and black. Each color is available in a variety of sizes: 2GB, 4GB, 8GB, 16GB and 32GB. It supports USB 1.1 and USB 2.0 (no USB 3.0 support), and it's also water... Read more...
There was quite a bit of activity on the show floor at the Technology Showcase taking place at the Intel Developer’s Forum, with a multitude of vendors hawking their latest wares. Unfortunately, there weren’t too many brand new products on display, like the OCZ RevoDrive X2 we showed you yesterday, but we still managed to snag a few pictures of a few PC-related products we thought you may be interested in checking out.             First up, we have Lenovo and DisplayLink. Lenovo didn’t have any brand new products on display, but did have an assortment of Intel-based netbooks, notebooks, and nettops. Their Atom-based nettop IdeaCenter Q150... Read more...
For a moment there, we were beginning to think that Super Talent had taken their foot off of the pedal, but really, they were just saving up a few releases to announce all at once. The company made famous for producing numerous SSD options when the world had none is now making a name for themselves in the flash drive sector, with four new USB 3.0 flash drives shipping to those who can't get enough performance in their lives. The new USB 3.0 Express RAM Cache drive is the headline device, which is available in 32GB and 64GB sizes. It implements a DRAM caching system to boost small block random performance by up to 300%, so performance junkies will surely take notice. Super Talent claims that this... Read more...
Apple has long since resisted the urge to add SSDs to their desktops, and with the introduction of the company's newest iMac and Mac Pro, that mindset changed. And you know when Apple starts adopting SSDs in their desktops, SSDs are as close to mainstream as they're apt to be for the next year or two. Super Talent has been playing in the solid state space for some time now, and while it's always entertaining to see a new capacity or speed record broken, the company is taking innovation to another level with their new UltraDrive MX. Unlike most SSDs, this new device has a dual interface that makes upgrading even easier, and it also makes the drive itself entirely more flexible. The UltraDrive... Read more...
So what if Intel is taking its sweet little time adopting the USB 3.0 spec, let the transition begin. Sure, it sucks that the world's largest chip maker isn't on board yet, but when Intel finally comes around, at least we won't be complaining about a lack of SuperSpeed devices. The latest piece of USB 3.0 hardware to come to market is Super Talent's new Express Drive, an ordinary looking USB thumb drive with extraordinary transfer capabilities. The new drive comes in two capacities, 16GB ($69) and 32GB ($119). In exchange for the pricing premium (compared to USB 2.0 drives), Super Talent promises transfer speeds over 125MB/s on USB 3.0, and over 43MB/s on USB 2.0. In other words, buy it today... Read more...
No matter how you slice it, everyone needs a slice of solid state storage. At least that's how we see it. And that includes the enterprise, or consumers who need ultra reliable goods for continual or business-related use. Super Talent knows it as well, and has today introduced the 2.5" ShuttleCraft SSD to meet the needs of those in the enterprise. It's a new line of SAS drives (Serial Attached SCSI), which means that you'll need a special interface just to work with these guys. SAS features key benefits required by enterprise servers including: high performance, strong reliability and advanced management features. The ShuttleCraft S will be available using SLC flash in 60GB and 120GB capacities,... Read more...
Some SSDs are getting larger. Some are getting more advanced. And some are just getting faster. Super Talent is hoping to touch on all three improvement points with their newest units, the all-new TeraDrive CT. These units just began shipping to consumers in the U.S. today, with the TeraDrive CT boasting the rare SandForce 1222 SSD processor. Each of these support the SATA-II 3Gbps interface, with sequential read and write speeds up to 285 and 275 MB/sec, respectively. It even has integrated Garbage Collection and TRIM support for sustained performance increases over the life of the drive. There's also RAISE technology for enhanced reliability and DuraWrite for increased endurance, not to mention... Read more...
Super Talent announced a new USB 3.0 Express RAM Cache drive. According to the company, the new drive will boost small block random performance by up to 110x over USB 2.0 speeds. The drive will come in 32GB and 64GB capacities and will be available in early July. Super Talent Introduces USB 3.0 Express RAM Cache™ USB 3.0 flash drive delivers Huge real world performance gains San Jose, California – June 1, 2010 – Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of Flash storage solutions and DRAM memory modules, today announced the new “USB 3.0 Express RAM Cache™ drive”. Available in 32 & 64GB capacities, this new drive implements a DRAM caching system to... Read more...
Super Talent's latest flash drives are designed for USB 3.0. However, even if your computer doesn't support the latest USB standard you can still benefit from these new drives. According to the company, the latest flash drives also offer measurable performance improvements as USB 2.0 drives. The USB 3.0 flash drives are based on a quad-channel design which Super Talent has found offers the best performance the company has seen from a USB 2.0 port. Tomorrow's Technology Provides Measurable Benefits Today Super Talent USB 3.0 flash drives offer outstanding USB 2.0 Performance San Jose, California - May 6, 2010 - Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of Flash storage solutions and DRAM... Read more...
If we could, we'd all be rocking multiple high-end SSDs in a killer RAID 0 configuration with transfer rates that are off the charts. So why aren't we? Take your pick - kids' college fund, mortgage, car payment, food, and everything else that takes a chunk out of our paycheck. For most, investing several hundred, or even thousands of dollars on a storage medium whose price-per-gigabyte is nothing short of obscene just isn't feasible.Dry those teary eyes, would-be upgrader, because you too can own an SSD and still pay your monthly bills. That's because flash storage makers are starting to focus on the entry-level and mainstream markets, just as Super Talent is doing with their new Value SSD product... Read more...
Super Talent introduced a new USB 3.0 SuperCrypt drive that offers AES hardware encryption and high performance. The new drive is available in capacities of 16GB, 32GB, 64GB, 128GB and 256GB and supports USB 3.0 speeds of up to 240MB/s. For encryption, Super Talent offers two options, both of which include the STT encryption utility for password control. The SuperCrypt drive offers 128-bit ECB encryption, while the SuperCrypt Pro features 256-bit XTS encryption. The USB 3.0 SuperCrypt drive will be available sometime this month. Super Talent Introduces Encrypted USB 3.0 SuperCrypt Drive The USB 3.0 Flash Drive that Delivers Secure Performance in Capacities up to 256GB San Jose, California - March... Read more...
Super Talent Announces Enterprise Class TeraDrive SSDs based on SandForce SSD Processor New SSDs Deliver Extreme IOPS and Outstanding Reliability San Jose, California - January 21, 2010 - Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of Flash storage solutions and DRAM memory modules, today announced a new line of TeraDrive SSDs designed specifically for high end enterprise and database server applications. "Super Talent has a solid track record of developing leading edge SSDs. Their new TeraDrive series, incorporating SandForce technology, is an impressive advance in enterprise storage" commented Thad Omura, VP Marketing at SandForce Inc. The new TeraDrive FT2 is a SATA 3Gbps SSD based on... Read more...
Super Talent actually released its original RAIDDrive nearly a year ago, but with USB 3.0 on the rise, it hasn't waste any time in transforming the popular device into once that can now take advantage of the faster version of the USB protocol. This week, the company said that it had started to ship the USB 3.0 RAIDDrive in volume, with 32GB, 64GB and 128GB versions available. It's fully compatible with USB 2.0, but if you've got a USB 3.0 PCI-Express card or ExpressCard, you'll see transfer rates of around 10x faster. There's not a set price yet, but we bet it'll be released soon as they make their way to retail outlets. Super Talent Announces Volume Shipment of Highly Anticipated USB 3.0 RAIDDriveTM... Read more...
Super Talent Launches 8GB Dual Channel and 12GB Triple Channel DDR3 Kits New DDR3-1600 Kits Are Based on 4GB DIMMs Built with 256Mx8 Chips CES Convention, Las Vegas, Nevada - January 6, 2010 - Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of Flash storage solutions and DRAM memory modules, today announced two new hand tested 1600 MHz 1.65V DDR3 kits based on high density 256Mx8 DRAM ICs. WP160UX8G9 is a dual channel 8GB (2x 4GB) kit designed for high performance P55 based systems, and WB160T12G9 is a triple channel 12GB (3x 4GB) kit designed for exceptional performance in X58 based systems. Both new kits are clad in Super Talent's Chrome Series heatsinks for optimal thermal efficiency. Part... Read more...
Super Talent released a new compact digital storage product line, CFast storage cards. The CFast storage card uses a SATA interface to offer improved and unmatched write/read performance speeds. As you should guess from its name, the new card is an evolution of the traditional CompactFlash card. At 375MB/s, CFast offers four times the bandwidth than the fastest high speed 600x (90MB/s) CompactFlash card. The CFast uses the small original CF mechanical form factor. Super Talent has clocked the CFast cards at up to 200MB/sec read speeds. The first generation of CFast storage cards supports transfer speeds up to 200MB/s as well. The CFast Storage Card has a single-chip controller and flash memory... Read more...
Super Talent unveiled a new SuperSpeed USB 3.0 RAIDDrive which supports transfer speeds up to ten times faster than USB 2.0 drives. The new drive will come in 32GB, 64GB and 128GB capacities and is backward compatible with USB 2.0 ports. (Of course, when plugged in to slower ports, you'll be limited in speed.) Using a separate UAS Protocol driver with a USB 3.0 port, the SuperSpeed drive can reach up to 320MB/second transfer speeds. Look for the new drives in December. Super Talent Announces World's First USB 3.0 RAIDDrive USB Drives Support UAS Protocol to Attain Transfer Speeds up to 320MB/sec San Jose, California - November 4, 2009 - Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of Flash... Read more...
Super Talent announced the new UltraDrive DX SSDs with two levels of security. Co-branded with Toshiba, the new drives will be sold through Super Talent's North American retail and distribution channels. The first level of security in the UltraDrive DX supports password protection with an encrypted password. For additional protection, the DX incorporates hardware data randomization technology to help prevent unauthorized copying of blocks of data. More information about the new drives is available below. Super Talent Launches Co-Branded Toshiba SSDs SATA-II UltraDrive DX SSDs Include Advanced new Security Features San Jose, California - October 6, 2009 Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer... Read more...
Super Talent's Two TeraByte PCIe RAIDDrive SSD to Begin Shipping Early OctoberNew SSD Architecture Breaks Storage Performance Bottleneck with Sequential Transfer Speeds up to 1.4GB/sec San Jose, California - September 16, 2009 - Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of Flash storage solutions and DRAM memory modules, will start shipping the first PCI Express RAIDDriveTM SSDs in early October.RAIDDrive is designed to break the throughput bottleneck in the storage subsystem by removing the bandwidth limitation of the SATA bus. The PCIe Gen. 2.0 x8 interface used by RAIDDrive SSDs supports 4GB/sec bandwidth, more than ten times that of the SATA-II 3Gbps bus, and five times greater than... Read more...
If you’re looking for some new memory for your computer and love the idea of being green, you might want to check out Super Talent’s latest DDR3 offering. The company’s latest RAM uses 38% less PCB material and 47% less packaging material than Super Talent’s standard DDR3 DIMMs. Check out full details in the press release below. Super Talent Develops Green DDR3 Memory Eco-Friendly DDR3 DIMM with Ultra-Slim Package Saves Energy, Materials, Shipping Costs Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of Flash storage solutions and DRAM memory modules, developed a new line of green DDR3 modules that use 38% less PCB material and 47% less packaging material than the company’s standard DDR3 DIMMs.Super... Read more...
Super Talent is at it again. This time, the company managed to squeeze 32GB of NAND Flash storage into a thumbnail sized USB drive. This drive is water resistant and supports data transfer speeds up to 30MB/sec. Six new 32GB Pico drive models will start shipping this week. Read on for more details in the press release below.Super Talent Unveils World's Smallest 32GB USB DriveWater Resistant 32GB Pico Drives Feature Optional AES-256 Encryption San Jose, California - July 29, 2009 - Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of Flash storage solutions and DRAM memory modules, has succeeded in squeezing 32GB of NAND Flash storage into a thumbnail sized USB drive that is water resistant and... Read more...
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