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Intel introduces SSD 520 Series
Posted on 8-Feb-2012 17:19 | Tags Filed under: News


Intel introduces SSD 520 Series
Intel Corporation announced today its fastest, most robust client/consumer solid-state drive (SSD) to date, the Intel Solid-State Drive 520 Series (Intel SSD 520), a 6 gigabit-per-second (gbps) SATA III SSD produced using Intel compute-quality 25-nanometer (nm) NAND memory process technology.

Aimed at delivering world-class performance for even the most demanding PC enthusiasts, gamers, professionals or small-medium businesses (SMBs), the Intel SSD 520 has fast throughput performance, new security features and unmatched reliability to meet even the most intensive requirements.

Any consumer application requiring high throughput and bandwidth, low latencies and accelerated speed will benefit from the Intel SSD 520. Software developers, architects, accountants, engineers, musicians, media creators and artists are just some of the professionals that will find that the Intel SSD 520s full package of features can make a dramatic impact on their productivity. With faster performance for graphic renderings, compiling, data transfers and system boot-ups, people can speed through multi-tasking or once-cumbersome application wait times with an Intel SSD 520 Series.

We tapped Intel engineering to create a client SSD that delivers performance on all fronts with obsessively high reliability, said Rob Crooke, Intel vice president and general manager of the Intel Non-Volatile Memory Solutions Group. The Intel SSD 520 once again raises the industry bar on SSD performance, quality and reliability to dramatically improve user experience.

Unlike a traditional hard disk drive (HDD) with spinning disks and moveable parts, an SSD is based on silicon, NAND flash memory specifically, to create a lower power, more reliable and drastically faster storage technology that can keep up with todays most demanding applications, internet streaming and intense multi-tasking. Based on its own industry-leading 25nm Intel compute-quality NAND flash memory and a 6gbps SATA III interface, the Intel SSD 520 uses a LSI SandForce Flash Storage Processor with an Intel co-defined and validated firmware release, to create a SSD that sets new industry performance benchmarks.

The Intel SSD 520 delivers up to 80,000 maximum 4K random write Input-Output Operations Per Second (IOPS) and up to 50,000 4K random read IOPS to speed through every day operations. High sequential read performance of up to 550 megabytes-per-second (MB/s) and up to 520MB/s sequential writes also markedly accelerate and improve productivity. This is backed by thousands of hours of Intel testing and validation, including more than 5,000 individual tests, as well as a five-year limited warranty.

This new SSD will mark the high end of its client SSD offerings and include new features such as wide range of capacities from 60GB to 480GB, Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) 256 bit encryption capabilities and stronger password protection for added security in the event of theft or power loss.






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