Back in 2011, Iomega sent me a fantastic surprise: A blistering fast 256 GB USB 3.0 SSD. My review was extremely positive, since it really was state of the art at the time. However, like most buyers, my experience has since turned sour as the USB connector failed. Here's how to recover some usability from it. Although the Iomega USB 3.0 SSD shipped in a solid aluminum … [Read more...] about What To Do When Your Iomega USB 3.0 SSD Fails
Posts about Iomega and their storage products
Iomega surprised exactly no one by announcing an updated 12-drive rack mount storage array today. Featuring "Cloud Edition" software introduced earlier this year, the px12-350r also sports mildly updated hardware specs, though still relies on Intel's "Core2 Duo" CPUs and Gigabit Ethernet. The new device slots in between the desktop px4/px6 line and parent EMC's new VNXe storage … [Read more...] about Iomega Introduces the StorCenter px12-350r
Iomega today announced a new line of small desktop and rackmount storage devices. The PX Series addresses many of the limitations of the IX line, bringing high-performance CPUs, SSD, “bring your own drive” options, and “personal cloud” data protection. But the PX will not replace the recently-refreshed IX; instead, it segments the market between home office (IX) and small … [Read more...] about Iomega StorCenter PX Series Preview
This regular series features highlights from the week. My writing: My thoughts concerning HDS following their "blogger day" in London My good friend W. Curtis Preston announced more Backup Central Live! dates; you really ought to go see him! Other great stuff: Intel Announces New Xeon 4 Socket CPU (E7); Dell, HP and IBM Slated to Refresh … [Read more...] about Back From the Pile: Interesting Links, April 8, 2011
I am so relieved finally to be able to talk about my experience using USB 3.0 on a Mac. It's a wonderful, seamless experience that is so well-integrated you might not notice it except for the performance. At over 200 MB/s, though, it blows FireWire out of the water and is even faster than nearly any device you're likely to throw at it. CalDigit USB 3.0 PCI Express Card … [Read more...] about USB 3.0 For Mac Is Here!