24 February 2022 by Michael Nuncic

To help you decide on your next purchase of spare storage or additional storage for a corporate data centre, this study looks at the three key features that distinguish an enterprise-class SSD from a client-class SSD: Performance, reliability, and endurance.

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21 October 2021 by Ontrack Team

This is the third article in Ontrack’s Data Recovery 101 training series, a collection of blog posts designed to help identify device failures and data loss scenarios that may need professional data recovery service.

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19 November 2019 by Tilly Holland

Over the next four weeks, you will get the opportunity to join our Research and Development Lead, Robin England and Kingston’s Field Application Engineer, Geoffrey Petit, as they share their knowledge on SSD technology and the challenges surrounding data recovery from SSDs.

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03 October 2019 by Tilly Holland

In the second episode of the Ontrack and Kingston collaboration, Robin and Geoffrey focus on the main differences between HDDs and SSDs.

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19 September 2019 by Tilly Holland

Over the next four weeks, you will get the opportunity to join our Research and Development Lead, Robin England and Kingston’s Field Application Engineer, Geoffrey Petit, as they share their knowledge on SSD technology and the challenges surrounding data recovery from SSDs.

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07 February 2019 by Michael Nuncic

As data recovery specialists, we have had many cases over the years where data loss has occurred on NAND Flash-based storage devices - SSDs, USB sticks, and the so-called CF (CompactFlash) cards.

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31 January 2019 by Michael Nuncic

In the next blog in partnership with Kingston Technology, we explore what is Write Amplification (WA) and what effect it has on the SSD.

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08 November 2018 by Michael Nuncic

In the third part of our blog series in partnership with Kingston, the term Over-Provisioning is explained and how it benefits the SSD.

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15 September 2017 by Michael Nuncic

With SATA and SAS slowly being replaced by NVMe, find out how this new technology will revolutionise SSD storage.

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14 August 2015 by Massimo Mazza

Heres the information you need to Maintain and Maximise your SSDs Life Span. They are fast, silent, lightweight and reliable if the user knows the technology and uses them in the right way.

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01 October 2010 by The Data Experts

Solid-state drive (SSD) technology was initially developed for military use and later appeared in the consumer storage industry in products such as MP3 players, USB flash/pen drives and the memory cards used in camcorders and cameras. SSD is now beginning to revolutionize the data storage industry, and is increasingly used in mobile devices and as an option for replacing traditional hard disk drives (HDDs) in top-of-the-line notebook, laptop and desktop computers.

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