Entries from Tim's Journal tagged with 'storage'

eDiscovery and the data transfer problem

Discovery is a legal device employed by a party in a civil or criminal action, prior to trial, to require the adverse party to disclose information essential to case preparation which only the other party knows or possess [1]....

Flash RAID array

A trip to Fry's this afternoon and a chance encounter with a Lexar Lightning USB drive reminded me of an idea I had to RAID together USB flash drives. HardForum has a nice discussion and a reminder of throughput. USB...

Storage benchmarks

Jason Phillips has a three-part series on hard drive benchmarking on the BleedinEdge. It is very thorough. Why does this matter? A poorly maintained hard drive decreases over-all system performance because apps use the drive-based page file when system...

WTB 32GB NAND SSD drive

About a year ago, Samsung announced the Samsung Q1 (Q1P SSD 7" Ultra Mobile PC - Intel Pentium M ULV Processor, 1 GB RAM, 32 GB Flash Drive, Windows XP Tablet), an ultra-mobile computing device hosting a 32-Gigabyte (GB) NAND...

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