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Intel SSD 710 Lyndonville enterprise SSD detailed

Posted on Monday, September 05 2011 @ 22:39:45 CEST by


VR Zone received leaked details about Intel's SSD 710 Lyndonville enterprise solid state disk, you can read it over here.
Intel's latest generation of solid state drives has come full circle with new enterprise-grade SSDs in the 2.5-inch SATA form-factor. Called the Intel SSD 710 series, and codenamed "Lyndonville", the new series succeeds previous-generation X25-E series in a similar way SSD 320 series does to the last X25-M drives. It makes use of NAND flash memory built on the 25 nanometer fabrication process, steps up capacities, lowers price per gigabyte, and adds new features that improve throughput and endurance, which are key in datacenters. We scored some information that gives you a fair idea of what to expect from the new drives, and especially why you shouldn't be neophobic with the new Intel SSD 710.




 



 

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