Intel plans for next year include the issuance of several series of SSD flash memory 3D NAND

The source of published information about which SSD plans in 2017 to release the Intel. As stated, the focus will be on the use of flash memory with a volume layout (3D NAND).

In the first quarter will begin mass production of SSD series DC P4500, P4600, P4500 P4600 LP and LP.

In the second quarter of the range Intel will add SSD series S4600 S4500 and DC, and a series of entry-level DC S3110. These drives are equipped with interface SATA. For embedded systems will be designed series 5430s.

In the third quarter will appear the consumer SSD 600p in the performance of BGA, as well as model 545 SSD with SATA interface. Range of models with PCI Express will join the series DC D3600 D3700 and increased volume — 2, 4 and 8 TB. They will be offered in the standard size 2.5 inches with interface U. 2. For the third quarter is also scheduled to add to the series 5430s models size M. 2 and SSD release E 6500p on the basis of 20-nanometer flash memory MLC NAND.

Finally, the fourth quarter will be marked by the release of a model professional segment 7600P Pro PCIe (NVMe) and Pro 5450s with SATA interface.

Source: WCCFtech.com

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