Gigabyte Aorus Xtreme SSD: Up to 32TB and 28GB/s

Gigabyte Aorus Xtreme SSD: Up to 32TB and 28GB/s

Gigabyte has introduced its fastest and highest-performing SSD to date. The Aorus Xtreme Gen 4 AIC drive is aimed at enthusiast-grade workstations, but with up to 32TB of capacity and 28GB/s of sequential read speed, it is actually faster than many server-grade SSDs. Naturally, you’ll need an ultra-high-end processor to take advantage of this drive.  The Gigabyte…

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Samsung Foundry Tapes Out First 3nm Test Chip

Samsung Foundry Tapes Out First 3nm Test Chip

Samsung Foundry and Synopsys have announced that Samsung has taped out its first test chip using its 3GAA (3 nm) fabrication technology that features gate all-around (GAA) transistors. The test chips was designed using Synopsys’ Fusion Design Platform electronic design automation (EDA) tools.  Samsung’s 3GAA manufacturing process uses brand-new gate all-around (GAA) transistors that promise to enable…

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Parallels Plans to Bring Windows 11 Support to macOS

Parallels Plans to Bring Windows 11 Support to macOS

The list of devices that support Windows 11 could grow later this year. Parallels told iMore that it’s planning to add support for the operating system to its Mac-specific virtualization software as it makes its way through the Windows Insider Program. Parallels SVP of Engineering and Support Nick Dobrovolskiy told iMore, ”the Parallels Engineering team…

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