While Crucial's MX100 targets budget consumers, the Intel Solid-State Drive Data Center Family for PCIe and Samsung 845DC EVO lineup cover the enterprise market.
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Intel announces 1 TeraFLOP performance from a single PCIe card
Dell has introduced the latest servers in its PowerEdge range and caught up with competitors like EMC and Fusion-io by introducing PCIe-linked flash cards for its servers
Xeons will tap technology from many-integrated core research and lessons learned from Atom to get a better foothold in cloud hardware, Intel has said
Even if you can still get more storage per dollar with a traditional hard drive, the market for solid state drives is red-hot, and Intel appears intent on leading the way. It's already released a couple of new SSD families this year, and a slide leaked to Engadget shows that the chip giant plans an additional five new series for the rest of 2011, including a version that uses the PCI Express interface.
The copper-based technology allows bi-directional transfer at 10Gbps and provides support for DisplayPort and PCIe, promising a reduction in cabling for peripherals
A set of leading companies have joined forces to create the SSD Form Factor Working Group, which aims to improve solid-state drive standards
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