Intel to defer release SSD-storage volume of 64 Gb
December 5, 2008, 2:18 pm
The company Intel has long voiced its plans to release its own drives on the basis of integrated circuits flash memory, or so-called SSD-devices, and even managed to issue a First extreme 2, 5-inch model series X25-E capacity of 32 GB. Showing excellent results in terms of data transfer speed - 240 Mb/s when reading data and 170 Mb/s when recording data - released for sale in autumn new items are considered to be an excellent choice if it is imperative the attainment of high productivity. The next step of Intel was to be a larger issue SSD-drives the same speed series, which - already 64 GB, expected on sale at the end of the fourth quarter of this year. However, according to the latest utekshim in Network Data, a leading global chipmeyker postponed for the release of new products in the first quarter of 2009. Thus, the 64-gigabyte SSD-drives value of $ 990 will be no earlier than January. Note that both with these products on the market and there will be a model series X18-M 160 GB, as well as lowered the price of hard drives X25-M and X18-M.