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Hoje em dia, a Toshiba é o único fornecedor de armazenamento do mundo (em maio de 2014) que gerencia a concepção, o desenvolvimento, a fabricação, as vendas e outras funções de infraestrutura, abrangendo ambientes corporativos, móveis e de varejo para todos os produtos de unidade de disco rígido (HDD), de unidade híbrida de estado sólido (SSHD), de unidade de estado sólido (SSD), e de memória Flash NAND (NAND). Como um dos principais fornecedores de soluções de armazenamento integradas e como o inventor da memória Flash, a Toshiba define muitos dos padrões atuais do setor para a tecnologia de armazenamento.

Ela se manteve na vanguarda da indústria de armazenamento por quase metade de século e ajudou os designers de produto a realizar novos e empolgantes aplicativos que antes eram apenas uma invenção da imaginação de alguém por meio de vários novos avanços, conforme listado abaixo.

A Toshiba inspirará o futuro de tecnologias de armazenamento com pesquisa e desenvolvimento considerável e dedicado.

Calendar Year Milestones Note
2015 Launched 3 series SSD as Toshiba's first NVMe™ PCIe® models, including the world’s smallest single package NVMe SSD as 256GB-sized SSD. *1 *2
Released enterprise SSDs delivering the industry's highest-class random read performance of 270,000 IOPS with 12Gbit/s SAS interface. *3 *4 *5 
Achieved the industry's largest areal density of 1 Tbpsi (Tera bit per square inch, Tera: 1012) with 2.5-inch HDD. *3 *6
2014 Launched Toshiba's first enterprise capacity HDD optimized for servers supporting cloud-based applications and analytic workloads.  
Released Toshiba's first high capacity HDD for surveillance applications.  
Toshiba's self-encrypting HDD was validated to government-class security requirements.  
Released the industry's largest-class storage capacity up to 600GB in a 15,000rpm 2.5-inch HDD design. *2 *3 *6 
Launched client SSD using 19nm second-generation NAND process technology.  
Released 3.5-inch nearline enterprise HDD with the industry's largest 5TB recording capacity. *2 *3 *6 
Completed acquisition of OCZ   Technology Group's assets and launched new subsidiary, OCZ Storage Solutions. *1
2013 Expanded enterprise SSD family with the new models designed to support read intensive application with both of Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) and Serial ATA (SATA) interface.  
Launched enterprise high endurance SSD providing higher  level of endurance for write-intensive applications and systems than Toshiba's previous enterprise SSD.  
Released Toshiba's first two-platter 7mm-height HDD delivering up to industry's largest-class 1TB of storage capacity. *2 *3   
Launched Toshiba's first 7,278rpm 2.5-inch HDD series with 7mm-height. *6 
Launched industry's largest capacity of 320GB automotive-grade HDD. *2 *3 
Expanded SSHD lineup with Toshiba's first 7mm-height models.  
Started shipment of the enterprise SSD with the industry's largest-class of 1.6TB storage capacity in the market. *1 *2 
Announced the SSD and HDD models with the new security features of self-encrypting drive (SED) and supporting cryptographic-erase.  
Shipped 26 million Automotive-Grade HDDs.  
2012 Start shipment of the industry largest class 4TB storage capacity nearline HDD. *2 *3 
Completed acquisition of HDD manufacturing equipment and transfer of HDD manufacturing facility from Western Digital.   Started shipment of 3.5-inch HDD for consumer products. *1 *6
Launched enterprise 2.5-inch HDD in industry's highest capacity class up to 900GB for drives with 10,500rpm rotation speed. *2 *3 *6 
Released industry's first client SSD using 19nm NAND process technology. *3
Began volume production of SSHD, combining the performance of NAND with the capacity of HDD.  
2011 Two manufacturing companies of HDD and SSD in Philippines were unified into one company.  
Launched 2.5-inch HDD with industry's first series of self-encrypting drives (SED) equipped with wipe technology. *3 *6 
2010 Announced wipe technology for Self-Encrypting HDD.  
Introduced industry's highest areal density 2.5-inch 750GB HDD. *2 *3 *6 
Introduced Enterprise SSDs with 32nm eSLC NAND.  
2009 Toshiba acquired Fujitsu built-in HDD business, creating the broadest portfolio of products in the storage industry. *1 *3
Industry's first HDD manufacturer to meet the OPAL encryption specification.  *3 *7 
2008 Released industry's largest-class 512GB client SSD using 43nm process MLC NAND. *2 *3
Brought SATA technology to automotive HDDs.  
2007 Entered client SSD industry with 128GB storage capacity model using MLC NAND.  *2 
Entered personal storage market with a line of portable USB 2.0 external hard drives.  
Achieved Toshiba's 5,000,000 units' shipment of automotive HDD.  
2005 Achieved Toshiba's 100,000,000 units' shipment of whole Toshiba HDD.  
Commercialized the industry's first PMR (Perpendicular magnetic recording) HDD. *3
2004 Announced the industry's first 2.5-inch SAS Enterprise HDD. *3 *6 *7 
Released 0.85-inch HDD and recognized in the Guinness World Records for world's smallest HDD. *1 *6
Released the industry's first 2.5-inch SATA HDD. *3 *6 *7
2001 Released the industry's first automotive HDD. *3 
2000 Debuted the first high-volume 1.8-inch HDD with the storage capacity of 5GB in 5mm height. *2 *3 *6 
1998 Achieved Toshiba's 20,000,000 units' shipment of HDD in total.  
Released the industry's first 2.5-inch HDD that utilized GMR   (Giant magnetoresistive) head. *3 *6 
1996 Achieved Toshiba's 10,000,000 units' shipment of HDD in total.  
1995 Started TIP (Toshiba Information Equipment (Philippines), Inc.) manufacturing operation.  
1994 Achieved Toshiba's 5,000,000 units' shipment of HDD in total.  
1991 Released the industry's first HDD that used Glass Platters. *3
1990 Started shipment of 2.5-inch HDD. *6 
1987 Started volume production of Toshiba's first 3.5-inch HDD. *6 
1984 Started volume production of Toshiba's first 5.25-inch HDD. *6 
1983 Started volume production of Toshiba's first 8-inch HDD. *6 
1980 Released the industry's first 10.5-inch HDD. *3 *6 *7 
1967 Entered HDD industry with 14-inch models. *6 
  • *1: No momento do anúncio.
  • *2: Definição de capacidade: a Toshiba define um gigabyte (GB) como 1.000.000.000 bytes e um terabyte (TB) como 1.000.000.000.000 bytes. Um sistema operacional de computador, no entanto, relata a capacidade de armazenamento usando potências de 2 para a definição de 1 GB = 230 = 1.073.741.824 bytes e, dessa forma, mostra menos capacidade de armazenamento. A capacidade de armazenamento disponível (incluindo exemplos de vários arquivos de mídia) variará de acordo com o tamanho do arquivo, formatação, configurações, software e sistema operacional, como o sistema operacional Microsoft e/ou aplicativos de software pré-instalados ou conteúdo de mídia. A capacidade formatada real poderá variar.
  • *3: “polegadas” refere-se ao fator de forma de HDDs ou SSDs. Eles não indicam o tamanho físico da unidade.
  • *4: marcos alcançados antes da aquisição da empresa de HDD incorporada da Fujitsu.
  • *5: OCZ é uma marca comercial ou marca comercial registrada da OCZ Storage Solutions – uma empresa do grupo Toshiba. Western Digital é uma marca comercial ou marca comercial registrada da Western Digital Technologies, Inc. nos Estados Unidos e/ou em outros países. Fujitsu é uma marca comercial ou marca comercial registrada da Fujitsu Limited. Guinness World Records é uma marca comercial da Guinness World Records Limited.

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