In 1984, Toshiba Memory Corporation (hereinafter referred to as "Toshiba") developed a new type of semiconductor memory called flash memory (NOR), leading the industry into the next generation ahead of its competitors.
Some time later in 1987, NAND flash memory (NAND) was developed, and this has since been used in a variety of memory cards and electronic equipment. The NAND market has grown rapidly, with flash memory becoming an internationally standardized memory device. Toshiba, the inventor of flash memory, has carved out a path to a new era in which we are all able to carry videos, music and data with us wherever we go.
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Enterprise SSDs are suitable for high-performance Tier 0 computing, server and storage systems that require high level of performance and reliability. Toshiba Enterprise SSDs equip the NAND flash memory and controller developed by Toshiba and offer high reliability, data protection incorporating power-loss-protection and encryption technology to support enterprise environments and applications. Light weight and low power consumption will make the systems more energy efficient.
Client SSDs offer fast transfer rates, high durability against shock and vibration, light weight and low power comparing with Client HDDs.
Our Client SSDs, equipped with the in-house developed flash memory, can be applied to a wide range of applications from mobile computing to entry level servers including security-required systems with SED models with the product line up of various form factors and interfaces.
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