CPU World published a roadmap that reveals Intel's plan to launch a 600GB X25-M SSD in Q2 2011. This new model will use 25nm MLC.
The first quarter on the slide includes current, as well planned drive configurations. This quarter, Intel will launch 40GB X25-V drive for value market, and 80GB, 160GB and 300GB X25-M SSDs for mainstream market, all based on 25nm Multi-Level Cell (MLC) technology. Much larger, or huge by SSD standards, 600GB drive, manufactured using 25nm chips, will be released in the second quarter 2011. Finally, in the third quarter of this year Intel will introduce enterprise-class X25-E SSD drives, with capacities 100GB, 200GB and 400GB. These drives, codenamed Lyndonville, will utilize 25 nm Enterprise MLC memory chips.
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Re: Intel 600GB SSD to arrive in Q2 2011 by Anonymous on Saturday, February 12 2011 @ 15:52:50 CET