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    Post Ssd.... Google ssd?!?

    Source : Who ate all the flash pie: Samsung, 'course, but hang on... GOOGLE?

    WOW!! GOOGLE SSD's never heard of it

    turns out it was Enterprise version

    Tech analyst Gartner has lifted the lid on its numbers for SSD shipments in 2012 and thanks to Stifel Nicolaus analyst Aaron Rakers, El Reg has some pie chart eye candy for you. First of all, it looks like the startups are catching up with the big vendors in some sectors, which is good news for competition. Also, Google is apparently an SSD player.* Yes, you read that correctly.






    Quite surprise

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    Default Re: Ssd.... Google ssd?!?

    Samsungs a much larger company than the rest of them.

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    Default Re: Ssd.... Google ssd?!?

    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Samsungs a much larger company than the rest of them.

    Samsung is also one of the few that makes 100% of its own product. Some of the others buy chips from other Flash manufacturers like Samsung, Micro and Intel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Samsung is also one of the few that makes 100% of its own product. Some of the others buy chips from other Flash manufacturers like Samsung, Micro and Intel.
    Yup, this was what I was going to point out also, Samsung OEM's some of the SSD technology, so that would give them a bigger piece of the buy, just as much as Intel and Micro as Sandy mentions.
    Another big part in this is Toshiba, They also do allot of OEM.

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    Toshiba has quietly been shifting its focus on OEM and ODM products. Shipping less and less direct to customer products like Laptops and such. Smart move for them since they were getting roasted in Smart phones, tablets and laptops.
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    I like my Sammy gear. It works well for me.

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    Where's Crucial?! Those were pretty popular too!

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    Woah! I didn't know google was making SSDs lol! And Plextor? Where is it? I love my M5 Pro!

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    I don't have anyPlextor SSDs, but I own four Plextor DVD Burners. They are great too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AverageNinja View Post
    Where's Crucial?! Those were pretty popular too!
    They're under Micron's name.

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