Intel has historically stuck with SATA-based solid state storage solutions, but today the company is taking a difference approach with its first PCI-Express solid state storage device. Like the SSD 710 family of products, the newly announced Intel SSD 910 is based on 25nm MLC NAND Flash. The two product families share a number of other low level features as well, but should offer very different performance levels. With the 710 Series, Intel focused on reliability and enterprise-level endurance and less on speed; the 910 PCI-Express SSD promises to deliver on both fronts... Intel Announces PCI Express SSD 910 Product Family
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This looks and sounds like its gonna be amazing.
It may be a while before this stuff becomes affordable,....LOL!
Don't part with your illusions. When they are gone you may still exist, but you have ceased to live.
What is the price range?!
Says it right on the last page: Current MSRP is expected to be $1929 for the 400GB drive and $3859 for the 800GB drive.
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