Storage

The Enterprise and Datacenter SSD Form Factor family of standards is now about three years old, and continues to evolve. The EDSFF form factor options are gaining traction in several markets, and lessons learned by early adopters are still driving tweaks to the specifications. The myriad variations under the EDSFF umbrella have not been simplified much, but at least the brief format war between the EDSFF E1.S form factor and Samsung's NF1 has concluded, with Samsung now supporting and contributing to the E1.S standard. As EDSFF adoption increases, we'll probably see several variants fall into irrelevance, as happened to some of the less popular M.2 card sizes. But even once it's clear which members of the EDSFF family are succeeding in the market, the...

Ultra ATA/66 versus Ultra ATA/33 Comparison

We took three recently reviewed hard drives and ran them through the paces under the Ultra ATA/33 interface. We then compared these results with our previous Ultra ATA/66 test...

0 by Scott Gooden on 5/16/2000

Maxtor DiamondMax Plus 40 Ultra ATA 66 HDD

With this first update to the March 2000 Hard Drive Roundup; we are fulfilling our promise to continue to bring you hard drive reviews on a regular basis. In...

0 by Scott Gooden on 4/14/2000

Ultra ATA 66 Hard Drive Roundup - March 2000

With our first hard drive roundup in over a year, we take a look at six Ultra ATA 66 hard drives and put them to the test -...

0 by Scott Gooden on 3/14/2000

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