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January 28, 2004 Hitachi disk drives first to achieve 3Gb/s Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) interoperability
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies (Hitachi GST) announced successful testing of 3Gb/s Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) disk drive interoperability with LSI Logic silicon. The LSISAS1064 controller, in a Host Bus Adapter configuration, enabled communication with Hitachi's enterprise hard disk drive ASIC. Verification of the 3Gb/s data transmission represents a key milestone for SAS and is a signal to the industry that development of the new high-speed storage interconnect is proceeding on schedule.
January 26, 2004 Kingston Expands HyperX Memory Line with One and Two Gigabyte DDR 400MHz (PC3200) Memory Modules
Kingston® Technology Company, Inc. announced the addition of a one gigabyte (GB) DDR 400MHz (PC3200) module, in addition to a two GB memory kit. Kingston’s HyperX modules are designed for the avid gamers and PC enthusiasts who like to maximize the performance of their systems. Enthusiasts can take their systems to a higher level with the increased performance and higher memory capacities provided by Kingston HyperX.
January 26, 2004 Iomega Corporation Ships New Micro Mini USB 2.0 Drive
January 21, 2004 Intel Outlines Broadband Wireless Vision
January 15, 2004 Intel® Centrino™ Mobile Technology Provides Performance Boost With Faster Wireless Networking Capabi
January 13, 2004 Promise Technology Launches a High Performance, Low Cost ATA External Storage Solution with Dual SCS
Promise Technology, Inc., introduced the VTrak 15100 RAID storage system designed for advanced data protection and high performance with up to 200 MB/sec using RAID 5. The VTrak 15100 system features a dual Ultra 160 SCSI host interface for a cost-effective cluster-friendly storage solution. The VTrak 15100 system leverages low cost Serial ATA Drives (SATA) or Parallel ATA (PATA) drives by using an optional SATA-to-PATA adapter.
Adaptec, Inc. announced that major motherboard makers Asustek, Gigabyte, Supermicro and Tyan have selected a new Adaptec Serial ATA RAID solution for design into next-generation motherboards. The solution enables workstations and servers that deliver cost-effective data protection, fast connectivity to low cost-per-gigabyte Serial ATA disk drives and a seamless way to migrate to Adaptec's external storage products.
Kingston® Technology Company, Inc., marks its first year anniversary of its HyperX memory product line with the launch of its HyperX DDR 533MHz (PC4300) memory modules. Kingston's HyperX line of memory products are high-performance DDR memory modules targeted toward the avid gamer and PC enthusiast markets. Kingston's latest addition to its HyperX product line will launch in 256MB and 512MB capacities and 512MB and 1GB kits (currently shipping in limited quantities). They can support data rates of up to 533MHz (actual speed dependent on various supported motherboards).
January 07, 2004 Iomega Corporation Unveils Portable Storage Platform For a New Generation of Entertainment Devices
January 07, 2004 Toshiba Introduces World's Smallest Hard Disk Drive, Delivering Multi-Gigabyte Capacities to Mobile
Toshiba Storage Device Division (SDD) announced the development of a 0.85-inch hard disk drive (HDD), the first drive to deliver multi-gigabyte storage in a sub-one-inch form factor. Expected to be available in 2GB and 4GB capacities, Toshiba will start sampling the new drive in summer 2004, with mass production to begin in late 2004.
January 05, 2004 Intel® Celeron® M Processor Debuts