The Transcend SSD370S which retails for $320 is a premium solid-state drive (SSD) and is offered from the brand you trust. Transcend has been the leading manufacturer for solid-state memory and the storage business for the last twenty years.


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Samsung Electronics most advanced removable memory card has been released.  The Universal Flash Storage (UFS) was purposely composed for a higher resolution on mobile devices which include DSLRs, 3D VR cameras, action cams and drones. A wide variety of storage size offered which include 32, 64, 128, 256 (GB)s with different cards.


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Intel Corporation, one of the world’s premier semiconductor chip maker, has finally launched the much anticipated “Knights Landing” (KNL) version of their MIC Xeon Phi processor. This new chip offered by Intel is the first full implementation of Intel’s Scalable System Framework and differs from its predecessors in three critical ways. First the chip is a bootable CPU and not a PCIe accelerator. Second the chip has an on-die Omni-Path interconnect for high bandwidth and low latency scaling between nodes.


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On April 16 2016, VR World released an article talking about AMD’s Firepro W9100 with 32 GB memory. They talk about how the first memory card as released by AMD themselves last year. This was the Firepro S9170 with a 32 GB GDDR5 memory. This was designed for servers using a very expensive 16 GB/ 2 GB memory chips. Not only were these memory chips very expensive, they were not widely available for the public to purchase alone.


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Advanced Micro Devices is looking into data centers and high-performance PCs for long-term profitability. AMD is putting a good chunk of their chips on the table based on the theory that there will be a big spending spree in the near future for data center operators who will be demanding powerful new computer chips. “We see strong long-term growth opportunities across a diverse set of markets for the kind of high-performance compute and visualization capabilities only AMD can provide,” said AMD President and CEO Dr. Lisa Su.


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The duo of Buffalo Technology and EOS Digital Services have been providing state-of-the-art video surveillance systems that are revolutionizing the way airports track all the happenings on their grounds. This sort of technology is not exclusive to airports with everyday busy travelers—executive airports also have a high demand for the most modern way to monitor every action. Some of the areas that they need to keep tabs on at all times include: runways, hangars, terminals, and offices. An executive airport in Houston needed just that, so they contacted EOS to do the job, who turned to Buffalo Technology for support.


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As American Airlines campus switches approached their end of life, the demands being placed on the network continued to increase. To cope with the demand, American Airlines looked to restore all 550 global locations by reaching out to an industry leader for switch replacement.


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On January 13th, 2015, the computer hardware manufacturer, Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd. announced their new high performance server hardware. Their new server products are two new models (H270-F4G and H270-H70) of high density rackmount servers which are based on the Intel C612 platform.


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On September 30, 2014, the flash memory storage solutions and software company, SanDisk, announced their new SSD product dubbed the SanDisk X300 SSD. Using the latest advancements of X3 technology, the new SSD card is designed to meet mainstream business productivity needs.


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On November 3, 2014 the American Semiconductor producer, Micron Technology, Inc., announced a new expansion of their automotive storage solutions portfolio. In mid to late 2015, Micron Technology will be releasing two new products, the M500IT Automotive SSD and the Automotive e-MMC 5.0 Memory.


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