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Fusion-io releases ioFX SSD card: 420GB for $2,495 [UPDATED]

Fusion-io releases ioFX SSD card: 420GB for $2,495 [UPDATED]

Typically if you want a high performance PCIe SSD based solution, you’re going to be paying ridiculous amounts of money. While Fusion-io’s new solution, the ioFX, is still expensive in the grand scheme of things, you’ll only need to sacrifice one body part instead of several. Fusion-io has driven the price down on this SSD flash card without sacrificing much in the way of performance.

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Fusion-io ioDrive2 super-SSD boosts speed, slashes latency

Fusion-io ioDrive2 super-SSD boosts speed, slashes latency

The Fusion ioDrive has been impressing us with its blazingly fast performance for a long time now. The company has announced that it has a new storage class memory that is packed inside the new ioDrive 2 that makes the latest version of the PCIe SSD even faster than the previous versions. The new versions of the ioDrive have storage class memory inside and have data speeds that are insane.

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Samsung invest millions into Fusion-io SSD specialists

Samsung invest millions into Fusion-io SSD specialists

Samsung have invested "millions" of dollars into SSD storage firm Fusion-io, with the two companies looking to work more closely on solid-state memory applications in future.  Fusion-io are responsible for a range of SSDs that slot into a desktop PCI slot rather than using a SATA channel.  While not usually intended for use as a primary, e.g. boot drive, they make for incredibly fast serving of data: the ioDrive Duo, for instance, offers 1.28TB of storage and read rates of up to 1,500MB/sec.

Nvidia Project Boulder tipped

Nvidia Project Boulder tipped

It's not uncommon for manufacturers in the technology industry to have secret projects in the works. For many things in the technology world secrecy is very important. One secret project that Nvidia is said to be working on is called Project Boulder.

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Magma unveils three slot Express Box 3T PCIe Thunderbolt chassis for Macs

Magma unveils three slot Express Box 3T PCIe Thunderbolt chassis for Macs

If you have a Mac computer with a Thunderbolt port, Magma may have the best accessory for that port you can find. The device is called the ExpressBox 3T and inside the external enclosure are three PCIe slots that allow you to add different expansion cards to your Mac. The idea is that the box will let those upgrading to new computer still use their old video capturing and edition cards as well as other cards for data acquisition and more.

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