Toshiba Announces PM5 and CM5 Enterprise SSDs Featuring 64-Layer 3D BiCS Flash Memory

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Toshiba is announcing development of their newest flagship enterprise SSDs, both featuring Toshiba’s latest generation of 64-layer 3D BiCS FLASH™ memory.  The PM5 is a 12Gbit/s SAS series of drives, while the CM5 is their new enterprise NVMe drive.  Both are built with Toshiba’s latest 64-layer 3D 3-bit-per-cell enterprise-class TLC (triple-level-cell) BiCS FLASH™, allowing today’s …

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Toshiba Announces BG3 SSD Series Featuring Single Package BGA 64-Layer BiCS 3D Flash Memory

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Toshiba is announcing its newest client SSD product that features their latest 64-layer TLC BiCS Flash memory on a single-package ball grid array.  The new BG3 series is geared toward future mobile devices, and offers superior performance in a smaller footprint than SATA SSDs.  Its DRAM-less design also reduces the cost and power requirements to …

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Toshiba Announces TR200 SATA Consumer SSD Featuring 64-Layer 3D NAND

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Toshiba is announcing its latest consumer SSD, designated as the TR200, providing DIY enthusiasts and gamers with the first storage upgrade option that utilizes 64-layer 3D flash memory.  The TR200 represents an affordable means of upgrading your desktop or notebook PC to being far more responsive and productive than those that still utilize traditional hard …

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Toshiba Portege X30 review: The clamshell strikes back

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Sleek tablets and 2-in-1s get all the attention these days, but they still take a back seat to traditional clamshell laptops for outfitting business employees. Take Toshiba’s flagship Portégé X30 (technically called the X30-D), which combines peak performance with all the amenities that a traveling executive could want in a lightweight fold-open package.

I tested a souped-up X30 that costs $ 2,109 and includes just about every option available, from the high-performance Core i7 7600U processor that runs between 2.8GHz and 3.9GHz to its 16GB of RAM and 256GB solid state storage system. It also includes a 13.3-in. touchscreen that supports 1920 x 1…
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Toshiba XG5 NVMe SSD Review – 3D BiCS 64-Layer Flash Shines

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Flash memory, at the consumer level, came to the forefront in late 2007 and has changed everything we do, without most understanding , or caring to understand the reason why.  Its advance has changed our world and we do things every day that somehow touches flash memory in some way, shape or form.  The easiest …

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Toshiba Announces XG5 NVMe SSD — Industry’s First 64-Layer BiCS 3D Memory SSD

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Toshiba is announcing the XG5 M.2 NVMe SSD, representing the industry’s first SSD to ship with 64-layer BiCS FLASH­­­™ 3D memory.  First demonstrated at Dell/EMC World, the XG5 is geared toward mainstream computing, thin performance notebooks, and enthusiast desktops and laptops. Utilizing Toshiba’s BiCS FLASH­™ 3D flash memory and its vertically stacked cell structure allows …

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Toshiba Announces Collaboration With NetApp to Utilize Non-Encrypted HK4 SATA SSDs in SolidFire All-Flash Arrays

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Toshiba is announcing that its non-encrypted HK4 SATA SSDs are to be utilized in select NetApp SolidFire® all-flash storage arrays that do not require encryption.  This will allow NetApp to broaden their offering and reach into new markets.  Toshiba is a key supplier of SSDs for NetApp SolidFire solutions, and today’s news reinforces Toshiba’s commitment …

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Toshiba Demos Their Latest 64-Layer BiCS Flash with Consumer NVMe SSD at Dell EMC World 2017

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Toshiba is debuting a demonstration of their latest 64-layer BiCS FLASH™ 3D technology at Dell EMC World 2017 this week in Las Vegas.  The demo will show the 64-layer BiCS FLASH being utilized on an XG Series consumer NMVe PCIe SSD.  Toshiba’s newest version of their BiCS FLASH offers a proven combination of cost, performance …

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Zax 85016 32″-65″ Flush TV Wall Mount LED & LCD HDTV up to VESA 600x400mm Max Load 77 lbs., Compatible with Samsung, Vizio, Sony, Panasonic, LG and Toshiba TV

Zax 85016 32″-65″ Flush TV Wall Mount LED & LCD HDTV up to VESA 600x400mm Max Load 77 lbs., Compatible with Samsung, Vizio, Sony, Panasonic, LG and Toshiba TV


Zax 85016 32″-65″ Flush TV Wall Mount LED & LCD HDTV up to VESA 600x400mm Max Load 77 lbs., Compatible with Samsung, Vizio, Sony, Panasonic, LG and Toshiba TV TV Weight Capacity: Max. load 77 lbs. Feature: Flush Design Sits Less Than 1″ From Wall Saves valuable space, especially in areas where it is at a premium such as small apartment GS certified
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Apple, Google, Amazon Enter Race to Buy Toshiba NAND Flash Unit

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Apple, Amazon, and Google are actively engaged in the bidding war to acquire Toshiba’s NAND memory unit, according to a report by Yomiuri Shimbun Daily on Saturday (via Korean Herald).

According to the Japanese newspaper, there are now 10 bidders looking to buy Toshiba’s lucrative semiconductor operation, which accounts for 20 percent of the NAND market. Nikkei reported on Friday that U.S. private equity firm Silver Lake and U.S. chipmaker Broadcom offered Toshiba about 2 trillion yen ($18 billion) for the unit. Other bidders include frontrunner and world’s largest NAND flash maker, Western Digital, with Apple suppliers Foxconn and TSMC having been…
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