Intel has this week unveiled its new and very first Optane solid state drive (SSD) which comes equipped with 3D XPoint memory and specifically designed for enterprise applications.
The Intel Optane P4800X SSD will first be available offering 375 GB of storage, but Intel is planning to make available both 1.5 TB and 750 GB versions later this year. As soon as more information is made available on release dates we will keep you updated as always.
The Intel Optane P4800X will be available as a 375 GB storage solution for and I watering $1,520. Intel explains more about the technology the company have included in the new Intel Optane storage solution :
Delivering an industry-leading combination of low latency, ultra endurance, high QoS, and high throughput, the Intel Optane SSD DC P4800X Series is the most responsive data center SSD.1 Built with the revolutionary new 3D XPoint™ memory media, the SSD DC P4800X is the first product to combine the attributes of memory and storage.
This innovative solution is optimized to break through storage bottlenecks by providing a new data tier. It accelerates applications for fast caching and storage, increases scale per server, and reduces transaction costs for latency sensitive workloads. In addition, data centers can now also deploy bigger and more affordable datasets to gain new insights from large memory pools.
For more information on the new Intel Optane P4800X storage jump over to the offiical Intel website for details by following the link below.
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