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Intel wants to bring SSDs into the mainstream

Posted on Monday, February 08 2010 @ 19:47:07 CET by

Intel revealed some details about its solid state disk strategy at an event in Utah, you can read about it over at EE Times.
LEHI, Utah -- During a recent event here, the new chief of Intel Corp.'s NAND group outlined the company's strategy and revealed a surprise: The chip giant hopes to be the technology and solid-state storage (SSD) leader, but it is not seeking to be the top player in the discrete market.

Intel wants to avoid the cyclical, market share game in the NAND flash chip sector against the likes of Samsung, Hynix and Toshiba. But Intel dropped hints it wants to unseat Samsung as the No. 1 player in SSDs..



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