Paul Alcorn |
Jan 1, 1970 12:00 am |
Intel releases the world's first NVMe SSD to hit the retail market, and it brings along improved performance and latency. Check out Paul's full review. Read the review.
HGST offers PCIe SSDs focused on boosting application performance and providing superior density, but its primary strength is in its software. Read the review.
The Lantronix SLB provides remote management capabilities, power distribution and control for branch office locations. Let's see what Paul thinks of it. Read the review.
William Harmon |
Things are heating up in the DDR4 arena as we get close to the actual release. Let's take a look at two different sets of DDR4 memory by Crucial. Read the article.
The world's first 12Gb/s SAS HDD lands in our lab, and it brings with it an exciting discovery on the PCB that tells us the secret of an upcoming product. Read the review.
Samsung continues to innovate by fielding a three-bit-per-cell MLC SSD for the datacenter. We take a close look at the value of the 845DC EVO. Read the review.
NVMe is the key to unlocking the performance of flash in client and enterprise applications. We take a hands-on look at the NVMe specification with tests. Read the article.
ASUS offers a great line up of servers where performance and power savings are key. We look at the RS300-E8-RS4, follow on as William gives his thoughts. Read the review.
HighPoint Technologies leverages Marvell controllers in its Rocket 750 HBA RAID controller. Read on as Paul gives us his full opinion on this product. Read the review.
Today we have a real beast of a server. We start with a Supermicro AS-2042G-6RF barebones kit and get it all setup to see what this machine can do. Read the review.
Seagate's 600 Pro Enterprise SSD has become available at an outstanding lower price point. We re-test the 600 Pro against the value-class SSD test pool. Read the review.
Chris Ramseyer |
Buffalo elevates the TeraStation series with a new 1U, 4-bay unit running Windows Storage Server 2012 R2. Follow on as Chris gives us the full details. Read the review.
Lenovo offers a range of servers that provide performance and value for your server needs. Today we have a ThinkServer RD340 in the lab for testing. Read the review.
Today Chris spends some time with the Thecus N7710-G. This beast of a NAS not only includes seven drive bays, but also 10 gigabit networking as well. Read the review.
Toshiba's read-intensive PX03SN enterprise SSDs deliver a value alternative for 12Gb/s SAS platforms. Read on for Paul's full take in his review. Read the review.
With redundant power supplies and a load of enterprise features, ASUSTOR's AS-604RD packs a powerful punch in a small 1U package. Read on for more details. Read the review.
Today Paul takes an in-depth look at a cheaper enterprise SSD than we are used to seeing. Follow on as he examines the Boost Pro 300GB from EDGE Memory. Read the review.
We are looking at the Kingston KVR-16R11S4/8HA ValueRAM server memory kit and seeing just what it is capable of. Let's find out what William thinks now. Read the review.
TYAN's S7056WGM3NR-2T is a full featured server motherboard that is a perfect fit for many different types of servers. Let's see how it performs now. Read the review.
Intel's Atom processor has taken several twists and turns over the last year. ASRock Rack takes the new Avoton 8-core model to storage servers. Read the review.
Seagate's 6TB Enterprise Capacity 3.5 HDD v4 delivers a big boost in capacity and performance. Read on as Paul gives us the full rundown of the new drive. Read the review.