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TOSHIBA REVIEW

The Toshiba Review, is a technology journals to introduce the research and development.

review-a01-2015vol1
Toshiba Storage Products Contributing to Comfortable Lifestyles and Realization of Smart Communities (38KB)
TOSHIBA REVIEW 2015 VOL.1 NO.2
The trend toward digitization of information in society and the emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT) have been adding momentum to the information explosion in recent years.
review-a02-2015vol1
Trends in Storage Product Technologies and Toshiba's Approach (880KB)
TOSHIBA REVIEW 2015 VOL.1 NO.2
Toshiba has remained at the forefront of the storage industry for more than 40 years and offers a wide range of storage technologies, including hard disk drives (HDDs), NAND flash memories, and solid-state drives (SSDs), as well as storage solutions applying these technologies. In the present era, often referred to as the “big data era,” digital technologies are showing unprecedented expansion and storage products have become one of the most vital components of society.
review-a03-2015vol1
"KVDrive" Internet Protocol Drive for Object Storage Systems (94KB)
TOSHIBA REVIEW 2015 VOL.1 NO.2
Object storage, a new storage system that enables large-scale storage systems to be constructed and managed at low cost, has recently been spreading in response to the explosive growth of digital data.
review-a04-2015vol1
Data-Centric Architecture to Realize Ultra-High-Speed Data Processing for Large-Scale Parallel and Distributed Systems (223KB)
TOSHIBA REVIEW 2015 VOL.1 NO.2
With the continuing increase in the volumes of data and complexity of data processing handled by facilities in both the private and public sectors, large-scale parallel and distributed systems, which can process data distributed to a large number of computers in parallel, are necessary to deal with large volumes of diverse data at high speed.
review-a05-2015vol1
SSD Series for Enterprise Use with Configurable Specifications to Flexibly Accommodate Applications (179KB)
TOSHIBA REVIEW 2015 VOL.1 NO.2
The use of solid-state drives (SSD) utilizing NAND flash memory is rapidly expanding in the field of cloud computing, which is highly dependent on enterprise servers and storage devices.
review-a06-2015vol1
Single-Package SSD and Ultra-Small SSD Module Utilizing PCI Express(†) Interface (147KB)
TOSHIBA REVIEW 2015 VOL.1 NO.2
The transition of storage products from hard disk drives (HDDs) to solid-state drives (SSDs) has accelerated with the widespread dissemination of thin and light mobile PCs and tablets.
review-a07-2015vol1
2.5-inch HDD with World's Highest Areal Recording Density of 1 Tbit/in2 (154KB)
TOSHIBA REVIEW 2015 VOL.1 NO.2
Toshiba has developed the MQ03ABB300 four-platter 2.5-inch hard disk drive (HDD) with a capacity of 3 Tbytes, the largest capacity in the market for HDDs with a 15 mm height form factor(*1).
review-a08-2015vol1
Shingled Magnetic Recording Technologies for Large-Capacity Hard Disk Drives (144KB)
TOSHIBA REVIEW 2015 VOL.1 NO.2
The information infrastructure society has been undergoing further major changes in recent years.
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THNSNJ480PCS3 480 Gbyte Recording Capacity 2.5-inch Equipped with SATA Interface for Enterprise Use (1MB)
TOSHIBA REVIEW 2014 VOL.69 NO.12
The increasing volumes of data accompanying the rapid expansion of cloud services and big data in recent years have given rise to the need for data center systems with higher speed and larger capacity in order to efficiently provide network services.
ToshibaReview-vol69n11
1 Tbyte Recording Capacity 2.5-inch HDD with 7 mm Height Form Factor for Mobile Notebook PCs (881KB)
TOSHIBA REVIEW 2014 VOL.69 NO.11
In the notebook PC market, hard disk drives (HDDs) with a large storage capacity are required for the recording and reproduction of large-volume contents including high-definition videos, while also satisfying mobile performance requirements.
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Implementation of Security Functions in Storage Devices (558KB)
TOSHIBA REVIEW 2014 VOL.69 NO.1
With the growing importance of information security, demand has been increasing for the implementation of appropriate security functions in storage devices such as hard disk drives (HDDs) and solid-state drives (SSDs) according to their applications.
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1.6 Tbyte SSD for Enterprise Use Applying MLC NAND Flash Memory (1.5MB)
TOSHIBA REVIEW 2013 VOL.68 NO.9
The use of solid state drives (SSDs) in enterprise servers and storage systems for network computing has been expanding due to superior performance, such as ultrahigh levels of input/output operations per second (IOPS) and IOPS per watt, compared with those of conventional hard disk drives (HDDs).
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High-Performance Control Technologies for SSDs Using 19 nm Generation NAND Flash Memory for PC Market (1.4MB)
TOSHIBA REVIEW 2012 VOL.67 NO.12
Solid-state drives (SSDs) using NAND flash memory have several advantages, including higher data transfer rates, higher shock resistance, and lower power consumption, when compared to hard disk drives (HDDs).
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Hybrid Drive with Large Capacity and High-Speed Performance (1,118KB)
TOSHIBA REVIEW 2012 VOL.67 NO.9
The hybrid drive, which combines bit cost advantage similar to rotating media with high performance close to that of NAND flash memory, has recently been attracting attention as a new storage device.
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MK3001GRRB 2.5-inch Hard Disk Drive for Enterprise Use with 300 Gbyte Capacity and 15,000 rpm Rotational Speed (1,459KB)
TOSHIBA REVIEW 2012 VOL.67 NO.5
Hard disk drives (HDDs) for enterprise use are primary storage devices installed in mission-critical information systems such as servers and storage systems.
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Dual-Stage Actuator for HDD Achieving High-Accuracy Positioning and Wide-Bandwidth Servo Control (849KB)
TOSHIBA REVIEW 2011 VOL.66 NO.11
In the latest hard disk drives (HDDs), advanced high-performance technologies for the actuator and servo control are required in order to achieve not only accurate positioning control on data tracks with a pitch of less than 100 nm but also high-speed access onto another data track within a few milliseconds.
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