The more performance oriented mSATA SSDs, the SSD 525 series, started selling in Japan under OEM packaging, although freely available in ground stores (much like bare hard drives). The units are based on a LSI-SandForce SF-2281 processor and Intel's own 25 nm MLC NAND flash chips.
The SSD 525 is available in four capacities: 30 GB, 120 GB, 180 GB, and 240 GB. The 240 GB variant stands out, with speeds of up to 550 MB/s reads with 500 MB/s writes; while the others max out at 500 MB/s reads with 275 MB/s writes. The 30, 120, 180, and 240 GB variants are priced at 5,180¥ ($57), 14,480¥ ($160), 20,800¥ ($228), and 26,980¥ ($295), respectively. Via TPU and PC Watch
Intel SSD DC S3700 has a proprietary controller - 11/06/2012 07:52 AM
Intel debuts the DC S3700, a new solid state disk designed for data centers. This new disk features a new controller made by Intel, it features eight NAND channels, supports SATA 6Gbps and has 1GB DRAM cache. You can get it with 100GB to 800GB of Intel's 25nm MLC high-endurance flash memory, with prices ranging from $235 to $1,880.
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Download Intel SSD Toolbox 3.1 for you to download which is now windows 8 compatible. With this software you can control and manage your Intel SSD. The Intel Solid-State Drive Toolbox (Intel SSD Toolbox) is drive management software.
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In 2012, Intel will give its SSD lineup a large-scale revamp, which includes the gradual replacement of SSD 510 series with new SSD 520 "Cherryville" series. Targeting the same high-end clie...