Silicon Power Computer & Communications Inc., founded by a group of
specialists with more than 20 years experience in the field of international
trading, global marketing, technical know-how of flash data storage products, is
the world's leading manufacturer of flash memory cards,
USB flash drives,
DRAMS, and card readers. We
are also the initiator to offer Lifetime Warranty service both for the Flash
Memory Card series and USB Flash Drive products. At the heart of Silicon Power,
it exists a strong atmosphere of "Sharing, Caring, and of being
Trustworthy." These are our finest commitments at the core. Recognized and
supported in over 90 countries, Silicon Power provides fast, international
lifetime service and superior products. Silicon Power makes a remarkable and
successful achievement in the global community. The company is headquartered in
Taipei and has established branches worldwide including the Netherlands and
Power - editor mentions on STORAGEsearch.com and
Power's SSD page
- editor's comments:- March 2011 - among other things Silicon Power
markets 2.5" SSDs which use
SandForce SSD controllers.
Power mentions from
In May 2009 -
a key ring form factor dual interface eSATA/USB
MLC flash SSD.
Capacity is 64GB, R/W speeds are:- 90MB/s and 50MB/s for eSATA, dropping down
to 30MB/s and 20MB/s for USB.
January 2010 -
current top of the range 2.5" SATA MLC SSD is the
It offers upto 256GB capacity, R/W speeds upto 230MB/s and 150MB/s.
|SSD Data Recovery
|It's hard enough understanding the design
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in the market. |
Have you ever wondered what it looks like at the
other end of the SSD supply chain - when a user has a damaged SSD which
contains priceless data with no usable backup?
|Power, Speed &
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|Does what marketers call
their SSDs impact who SSD buyers will call?|
This article surveys
how vendors have played with awesome and mundane words to make their SSDs
sound better - with examples from across the whole spectrum of the SSD market
- the good, the bad and you know how this goes - because a
movie made 45 years ago is still better known than any SSD today.
||And that's the challenge
which wannabe T-Rexes in the SSD market have to meet.