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Monday, March 25, 2013
New Intel SSDs For Enterprise and Datacenters Coming Soon


Intel is reportedly set to update its solid state drive (SSD) lineup in the next couple of months with new models designed for enerpise and datacenter operations.

Digitimes.com cited sources in Taiwan and reported Intel's plans to release the DC P2950 series SSD products in mid-May targeting datacenter applications aas well as the Pro 1500 series for enterprise applications. The P2950 will feature 25nm SLC chips, while the Pro 1500 will adopt a 20nm MLC process and will include 480GB, 350GB, 240GB, 180GB and a 80GB model, the report claims. The series will be replaced by the next-generation Pro 2500 series in the fourth quarter.

Intel is already offering the DC S3500 and 530 series. Intel is also expected to launch a 480GB model for its 530 series in the third quarter.

The new SSDs could also mean a price cut fot Intel's currently available SSDs.



Intel SSDs
Codename Model Launch Process
Safford Peak DC P2950 series 2Q13 25nm SLC
Ramsdale 910 series May 2012 25nm MLC
Taylorsville DC S3700 series 4Q12 25nm MLC
Wolfsville DC S3500 series 1Q13 20nm MLC
Lyndonville 710 series Sep 2011 25nm MLC
Dale Crest 530 series 1Q13 20nm MLC
Lincoln Crest 525 series 4Q12 25nm MLC
Cherryville 520 series Feb 2012 25nm MLC
Sierra Star Pro 1500 series 2Q13 20nm MLC
Jay Crest 335 series Jul 2012 20nm MLC
Maple Crest 330 series 2Q12 25nm MLC
Postville Refresh 320 series Mar 2011 25nm MLC
Source: PC makers, compiled by Digitimes, March 2013


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