Intel announced PCI-Express 910 SSD storage devices

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On 12-04-2012 Intel announced Intel SSD 910 family of PCI-Express devices, how well can it support cloud computing?

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Intel announced PCI-Express 910 SSD storage devices

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Intel Corporation introduces a Solid-State Drive 910 Series recently. It has a high performance and is designed for cloud computing, online transactions, and virtualization. It might satisfy the demands for data center storage. This SSD is a device to store data persistently and integrated circuits ICs are used. 400GB- 800GB data could be stored.
 
For more information, please visit Intel official site at follow link.  http://www.intel.com/content/www/xa/en/solid-state-drives/solid-state-drives-910-series.html

Also you can visit this of sites for better understanding- http://www.engadget.com/ and also http://www.storagereview.com/intel_ssd_910_series_pcie_ssd_announced

Hope for your best understanding.

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Intel announced PCI-Express 910 SSD storage devices

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Here is another example of an Intel SSD product. SSD 330 is one of Intel’s newest lines of end user SSD products. It is the successor to the SSD 320 series, and X25-M series. It is the company’s foremost SATA SSD that is capable of processing 6 GB/s of data. There are also bigger SSD drives available in the market but the 180 GB version of Intel SSD 330 is considerably less expensive compared to the 240 GB SSD drives that are available in the store.

Here is an example of basic specifications of a Maple Crest 180 GB SSD 330 series drive:

  • Controller – Sandforce SF-2281
  • Form Factor – 2.5"
  • Interface – SATA 6 GB/s
  • TRIM Support – yes
  • Model – 330 Series 180 GB
  • NCQ Support – yes
  • Flash Type – Intel MLC, 25 nm 29F16B08CCME2
  • Capacity – 180 GB, only 167.7 GB is the actual usable space and 8 GB is allotted for overprovisioning
  • Firmware Version – 300i
  • Warranty – 3 years
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Intel announced PCI-Express 910 SSD storage devices

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Intel series hardware is the best in the world I think. Because its support and speed is faster than any other brand’s hardware. And it also lasts for a long time too. All products that come from Intel are very durable because they want that the buyers could satisfy their products and it could be run smoothly in a long time. So I love using Intel Hardwares. I have installed Intel SSD 910 Series PCIe SSD but was confused that whether I could use it on purpose of cloud computing. But now I have no confusion that I can use it on cloud computing. When I come to know that I can use it, I became overwhelmed with joy. I am really grateful to all of you. You guys also helped me to choose the right software that is supported by SSD 910 Series PCIe SSD. Thanks.

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