Intel's 25nm solid state disks may not ship in large quantities until February 2011, according to a report by Nordic Hardware.
Intel's first SSDs with 25nm technology was expected to arrive in late 2010, but according to new information supplied to NordicHardware we will only see a refresh of Postville with a new 120GB model in the retail series X-25M, still using 34nm chips and G2 controller. The market adjusted capacity is the big news. Performance will not be changed from current G2 models.
Intel's G3 series of SSDs is not expected to hit stores until February, but will bring noticably better performance then. This has been prioritized by Intel accourding to our source. With competitive performance on most fronts, and better availability this looks like one interesting launch.