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The Intel SSDs Data center will do that and more.

The new Intel Optane SSD DC P4800X Series will drive new solutions with artificial intelligence and machine learning along with faster and deeper service even into medical scans, and expands to the cloud computing solutions.  

 

This device,“ Delivers a high Quality of service and high throughput”, and it is a product with combination of attributes of memory and storage which built with new 3D XPoint memory media. The technology underpinning 3D XPoint, a form of memory that stores data based on the resistance of cells. Intel developed 3D XPoint with Micron, which later this year will release and Optane competitor called QuantX, aimed at enterprise SSDs.  

 

This innovative solution provides a new data level that accelerates applications outcome and reduces transaction costs.  As per company say “ data centers can now also deploy bigger and more affordable datasets to gain new insights from large memory pools,”  

 

According to a report Intel is offering the 375GB P4800X in PCIe add-in card form factor for $1520 with a limited early-ship program by the broad availability later this year. These SSDs will fit as add-in card in the PCI express/NVMe and U.2 slots. So they could work in some workstations and servers based on AMD’s 32-core Naples processors. In the second half of 2017 a 375GB U.2 model will ship, as well as a 750GB add-in card, according to Ars Technica.

 

 It is reported that the company will release a 1.5TB PCIe card and 750GB and 1.5TB U.2 stick in 2nd half of this year.

Now that Intel Optane got in the news, more companies like Dell and Lenovo confirmed that will come out with hardware based on Optane.





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