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Intel storage tech roadmap details revealed

Posted on Friday, January 27 2012 @ 21:30:31 CET by


VR Zone has some details about Intel's new storage technology, you can read it over here.
Along with its multi-billion dollar push for Ultrabooks and Atom based mobile devices, Intel is preparing a serious entrance into the world of enterprise-class storage with its chipsets. As we all know, while Intel had enterprise features in platforms such as vPro and the enterprise line-up - using an on-board storage controller was a big no-no if you needed reliability and quick rebuilds.

It took some time, and we even saw disabling Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) from Panther Point (7-Series chipset) since it was producing a number of errors. Of course, we cannot forget the catastrophic Sandy Bridge (CPU)/Cougar Point (6-Series chipset) launch with the recall of said chipsets and a billion dollar loss. The reason was of course, erroneous storage controller.

In 2012, it looks like Intel learned its lesson and the company is bringing serious improvements with its Rapid Storage Technology software suite 11.5 and 11.6 (Windows 8 refresh).




 






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Re: Intel storage tech roadmap details revealed
by Anonymous on Tuesday, January 31 2012 @ 04:46:58 CET
Personally I'm looking forward to 300 and 450GB 330 series SSD's. But it's nice to know the controllers are getting worked on as well.



 

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