Quarch blog

What is hot-swap, and why would you need to test it in the first place? Importantly, why is it a total pain unless an automated process is used?

Posted: 9th July 2019
Views: 46

Here's everything you need to know about our Python package, and why it's a bit of a savior when it comes to analyzing power data for your storage devices using Quarch tools.

Posted: 20th May 2019
Views: 69

What does U.3 mean for the ever-developing data storage industry? Here’s a hardware engineer’s perspective on how this drive host controller differs from its predecessor—and how it's both challenging and full of potential.

Posted: 30th April 2019
Views: 208

We take a look at the new form factor for Solid State Drives—and why you should definitely be interested in what it has to offer.

Posted: 22nd April 2019
Views: 279

Breaker modules can provide years of service, but by nature are fragile and must be protected. Check out our new document to help protect your test equipment.

Posted: 1st April 2019
Views: 41

The Quarch team are proud to have won International Exporter of the Year at the prestigious FSB Awards in Edinburgh!

Posted: 1st March 2019
Views: 74

Using the latest 25G/100G LAN or 32G FC links? Discover a simple way to automate physical layer testing.

Posted: 25th January 2019
Views: 9

We show you how switching your setup - from traditional methods of measuring power consumption (i.e. an oscilloscope) to our purpose-built tools - can save money and time.

Posted: 23rd January 2018
Views: 13

Hot-swap capability is crucial in many modern electronic devices. Let’s look at some of the issues around designing for hot-plug.

Posted: 2nd April 2015
Views: 37

DEVSLP (Device Sleep) is a new signal added in revision 3.2 of the SATA spec. Here's why we need it.

Posted: 2nd April 2013
Views: 18