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Intel Braidwood flash memory aims to improve system performance

Posted on Monday, June 08 2009 @ 00:29:11 CEST by

Intel talked about Braidwood at Computex, this is a new flash memory technology that promises faster boot-up time, faster application launches, and a snappier, more responsive system. Braidwood is the successor of Robson, which was launched as Turbo Memory three years ago.
Braidwood will be offered with the future "5 Series" chipset family--which is Intel's first single-chip chipset--and the future "Clarkdale" processor (see discussion below).

The architecture accelerates I/O (input/output) accesses by saving that data to flash memory, according to Crooke. In a demonstration at Computex, Crooke showed Braidwood "caching the I/O...And then, when it launches that application again, it happens very quickly," he said.



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