Optane SSD is a new type of memory from Intel

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2017-03-21 09:00:05

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Optane SSD is a new type of memory from Intel

Yesterday began selling the Optane family developed by Intel based on the technology of 3D XPoint. The amount of memory the first models of the Intel SSD DC Optane P4800X is 375 GB, but this year will be released version of 750 GB, a little later Intel will start selling the device on 1.5 TB issued in the form of U. 2.

3D XPoint — new nonvolatile memory, developed jointly by Intel and Micron. The Intel SSD DC Optane P4800X intended for use on servers and allows you to work with data at read speeds of up to 2.4 GB/s and write up to 2 Gbps. Speed is not the highest, but such drives will be able to withstand high loads and allow longer to store data without risk of destruction — to overwrite the information, according to representatives Intel, the media can be up to 30 times a day.

The Portal that if you apply the appropriate processors and chipsets, Optane can be used as RAM. The price of the novelty will be much lower than the usual solutions.

The price of the first models commercially available, is $ 1520, but later in the free sale will appear other models Optane, the price of which will be announced later.

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