Intel Announces PCI Express SSD 910 Product Family

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Intel Announces PCI Express SSD 910 Product FamilyIntel 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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Dave_HH replied on Thu, Apr 12 2012 1:23 AM

HOT :)

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This looks and sounds like its gonna be amazing.

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realneil replied on Thu, Apr 12 2012 10:51 PM

Yeah, hot.

It may be a while before this stuff becomes affordable,....LOL!

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What is the price range?!

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Dave_HH replied on Mon, Apr 30 2012 3:05 PM

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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