Western Digital unveils new SN750 series NVMe SSDs
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Coming with Gaming Mode

Western Digital has unveiled its latest addition to the SSD lineup, the WD Black SN750 series NVMe SSD which is based on WD's own controller and SanDisk's 64-layer 3D TLC NAND, as well as a unique Gaming Mode.

Western Digital unveils WD Black NVMe SSD
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WD's own controller and Sandisk 3D TLC NAND

Western Digital has officially unveiled and launched its newest WD Black NVMe M.2 2280 PCIe SSDs which will be available in 250GB, 500GB, and 1TB capacities and use WD's in-house controller paired up with Sandisk 3D TLC NAND, offering sequential transfer speed of up to 3,400/2,800 MB/s.

Western Digital results remove fears of memory chip downturn
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Everything is great

Western Digital has provided strong profit forecasts for the current quarter and the full year and said the flash memory market would grow faster this year.

Intel knocked off number one chip slot
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Samsung beats Chipzilla up

Figures just in from the Gartner Group showed that Samsung was the leader in chip sales in 2017.

Stick your hard drive in the microwave
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Western Digital’s cunning plan to squeeze more from old tech

Western Digital’s boffins have come up with microwave-assisted magnetic recording (MAMR) which can use the company’s existing production chain to cram a lot more storage onto a standard 3.5-inch disk.

Western Digital shows off 14TB enterprise drives
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Bigger is better

An MTBF of 2.5 million hours and a  five year warranty enterprise is driving heads to OEMs

Toshiba names Bain as buyer
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18.9 billion price tag

Toshiba’s board has finally flogged its Nand flash memory chip unit to an international consortium led by the US private equity group Bain Capital in a $18.9 billion deal designed to rescue the Japanese conglomerate from delisting.

Western Digital mulls options as Tosh favours Bain
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Considering its options


Western Digital has said that it is considering its options as Toshiba indicated it favoured a group of investors led by Bain Capital to buy the world’s second largest manufacturer of flash memory chips.

Western Digital offers to drop out of memory chip sale
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Tosh may now take a better offer 

Toshiba shares rose more than four  percent on Wednesday  Western Digital is alleged to have offered to drop out of a group bidding for its flash memory chip business to take a stronger position in their joint venture instead.

Western Digital says soz for raining on Toshiba's parade
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We are not like that normally

Western Digital Corp’s CEO has apologised to his counterpart at Toshiba for strained ties after the US firm sued to keep their chip joint venture from being sold to rival bidders.