Integral Memory Announces SVR-PRO SATA III SSDs Featuring Novachips HLNAND – Exponential Leaps in Capacity!

October 26, 2016 — The SSD Review

UK-based Integral Memory is announcing that they have partnered up with Novachips to create a new series of solid-state drives (SSDs) that provide superior performance and an exponential leap in capacity. The first products of this partnership are the SVR-PRO SATA III SSDs, which feature a unique storage control architecture that is ideal for the ever-growing requirement of enterprise data centers to ‘up-scale’ their storage systems.

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Novachips 4TB / 8TB SSD Review – HLNAND Sees 8TB Sizes & Higher, Speed & Low Power

October 27, 2015 — The SSD Review

Size, speed, reliability, and value are the variables that have determined SSD success since it’s introduction back in 2007. Today’s consumer can buy a SSD with blistering speeds of 2.5GB/s, another with 2TB of storage, both will last longer than their need requires, and now we can find prices at or below .25/GB. Two things still create a bottleneck in SSD capacity though, these being the mechanics of today’s SSDs along with flash pricing. Novachips hopes to tackle this with the introduction of their Scalar family of 4 and 8TB notebook size SSDs, now available to oem, enterprise and even the consumer.

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Novachips HLNAND Intros Low Power High Capacity and Fast SSD Storage

October 24, 2015 — The SSD Review

On our bench presently are two very high capacity SSDs that we are putting through the paces, one being a 4TB and the other a 8TB notebook form factor SSD. Both use a single controller, perform at typical SATA 3 speeds and use no more power than the typical SSD.

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EETimes Flash Memory Summit

FMS 2015: Novachips HLNAND Pushes SSDs Beyond 16TB Per SSD Controller

August 13, 2015 — PC Perspective

It turns out Samsung wasn’t the only company to have 16TB SSDs at Flash Memory Summit after all: Now that I’ve got your attention, Novachips is an SSD company that does not make their own flash, but I would argue that they make other peoples flash better.

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Novachips Announces Scalar-Series of Solid-State Drives – First 4TB/8TB SATA/NVMe SSDs in 2.5” Form Factor

August 11, 2015 — The SSD Review

Novachips Co., Ltd, an innovative producer of flash storage solutions, is announcing the Scalar-Series of solid-state drives (SSDs), representing the first 4TB SSD in a 2.5” x 7mm form factor, and the first 8TB SSD in a 2.5” x 15mm form factor.

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EETimes Flash Memory Summit

EETimes Flash Memory Summit

Super SSD tech: Fancy a bonkers 8TB all-flash PC?

March 5, 2015—The Register

Zsolt Kerekes of StorageSearch flagged up Novachips and its coming 8TB 2.5-inch SSD.

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SSD maker is on the cusp of a prosperous year

December 22, 2014—Korea JoongAng Daily

On the eighth floor of a Techno Park building in Bundang, Gyeonggi, where numerous start-ups and tech companies are hoping to become the next Apple or Google, is the office of Novachips.

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EETimes Flash Memory Summit

EETimes Flash Memory Summit

9 Peaks From the Flash Summit

August 8, 2014—EETimes

Novachips Co. of Korea showed its controller capable of packing 8 TBytes of data on a 2.5-inch SSD. The chief challenges of the design were in connecting various intellectual property cores and writing the firmware, said systems architect Hyun-Woong Lee.

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SSD Speed and Craftsmanship From Austria

February 23, 2014—The SSD Review

Inside the casing lies the PCB SSD which contains the NovaChips Bugatti 10 channel SSD controller which helps to clear up the odd capacities this SSD is offered in.

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EETimes Flash Memory Summit

EETimes Flash Memory Summit

Angelbird SSD2go Pro 640GB External SSD Review

December 31, 2013—Tweak Town

Where the previous generation still used high quality parts (such as the SandForce SF2281 controller and high quality Micron NAND), this new design features the same top tier Micron NAND, but also serves as an introduction for the Novachips "Bugatti" controller.

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