Thursday Jul 17
The Tech Report
Leak says next-gen SandForce controller coming in Q4
SandForce has been hyping its next-gen SF3700 controller since November . The chip has an unconventional nine-channel flash interface, the ability to address up to 2TB of flash, and support for both the SATA and PCIe standards.
JMicron Returns: The JMF667H Controller On Four Reference SSDs
It's rare that we get the chance to test SSDs before they hit production. But after waltzing with Silicon Motion's SM2246EN platform last year, JMicron offered us a handful of reference drives with different types of flash, all driven by the new JMF667H.
OCZ RevoDrive 350 480 GB Review
The trials and tribulations of OCZ as a company are finally over with the integration of OCZ under the Toshiba umbrella.
ADATA Premier SP610 SSD (256GB & 512GB) Review: Say Hello to an SMI Controller
SandForce's situation has shaken up the SSD industry quite a bit. The constant delays of SF3700 and acquisitions have kept everyone on their toes because many OEMs have relied solely on SandForce for their controllers.
The annual revenue is about 2 Billion and net income is about 120 million. Given this, isn't 370 million too low a sale price? I thought the valuation of a company was typically 4x the revenue.