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Old 16th October 2008, 09:48   #1
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Intel® X25-E Extreme SATA Solid-State Drive


Extreme performance, reliability, and power savings for servers, storage and workstations

The Intel® Extreme SATA Solid-State Drive (SSD) offers outstanding performance and reliability, delivering the highest IOPS per watt for servers, storage and high-end workstations.
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Reduce your Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)

Enterprise applications place a premium on performance, reliability, power consumption and space. Unlike traditional hard disk drives, Intel Solid-State Drives have no moving parts, resulting in a quiet, cool storage solution that also offers significantly higher performance than traditional server drives. Imagine replacing up to 50 high-RPM hard disk drives with one Intel X25-E Extreme SATA Solid-State Drive in your servers — handling the same server workload in less space, with no cooling requirements and lower power consumption. That space and power savings, for the same server workload, will translate to a tangible reduction in your TCO.

Better by design

Drawing from decades of memory engineering experience, the Intel X25-E Extreme SATA Solid-State Drive is designed to deliver outstanding performance and reliability, featuring the latest-generation native SATA interface with an advanced architecture employing 10 parallel NAND flash channels equipped with single-level cell NAND flash memory for even greater overall performance and reliability. With powerful Native Command Queuing to enable up to 32 concurrent operations, these Intel SSDs deliver higher Input/Output per Second (IOPS) and throughput performance than other SSDs on the market today - and drastically outperform traditional hard disk drives. These Intel drives also feature low write amplification and a unique wear-leveling design for higher reliability, meaning Intel drives not only perform better - they last longer.

Validated and tested by Intel, on Intel

All Intel® X25-E Extreme SATA Solid-State Drives are tested and validated on the latest Intel-based server and workstation platforms, for your peace of mind.

More info at http://www.intel.com/design/flash/na...reme/index.htm
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The 32GB X25-E is capable of writing up to 4 petabytes (PB) of data over three-year period (3.7 TB/day)

Sustained sequential read: up to 250 MB/s
Sustained sequential write: up to 170 MB/s

The 32GB capacity drive is in production and priced at $695 for quantities up to 1,000. The 64GB version is expected to sample in the fourth quarter with production estimated for the first quarter of 2009.
This is the high end SSD from Intel, first reviews out soon
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Now lets hope pro-users starts using those in fast server clusters so that the price goes down fast
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define "pro-users" please
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Everyone who needs a fast HDD

2,5", my portable will surely love this one!
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you did read the price, right?
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That's where the pro-users come in handy

Not needed for my current portable anyway, still waiting for external VGA's to become reality
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