Solid State Drives (SSDs) are more than just flash memory arrays; they are complex systems requiring sophisticated management on the software level as well. At the core of this management… Read More »Everything you need to know about SSD Firmware
Latency refers to the total time delay between the user’s action and the response from the system. In the context of SSD, when the data is being read from or… Read More »Everything you need to know about SSD Latency
A bad sector or bad block on an SSD signifies a portion of the storage that’s no longer reliable for storing and retrieving data. Just like a book with torn… Read More »How to Find and Repair Bad Sectors in SSD?
Since its introduction in 2000, SATA (Serial ATA) has played a pivotal role in shaping the landscape of storage connections. For nearly two decades, it held approximately 75% of the… Read More »Is SATA Dead? The Truth about SATA Interface and SSDs
In the high-performance ecosystem of Solid State Drives (SSDs), the ATA TRIM command plays an indispensable role in managing the NAND flash memory blocks that constitute the storage medium. By… Read More »How to Use TRIM to Optimize SSD Performance?