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Intel Corp. announced on Wednesday the new solid-state drive 530-series, a new generation of SSDs aimed at various types of client PCs, including desktops, workstations, ultrabooks and other. The new solid-state drives are based on 20nm NAND flash memory and provide rather high levels of performance. Intel 530-series SSDs will come in different form-factors.

To meet a variety of PC applications, Intel 530-series solid-state drives are available in three form factors: M.2, mSATA and 2.5”. The drives will be available in 80GB, 120GB, 180GB, 240GB, 360GB and 480GB capacities. The new SSDs provide maximum sequential read speed of up to 540MB/s and sequential write speed of up to 490MB/s. Intel declares 41K random read IOPS and 80K random write IOPS for the new drives.

Intel SSD 530-series drives are based on Intel’s latest multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash memory as well as one of the latest LSI SandForce SF2000-series controllers. In addition to the strong performance gains, Intel SSD 530-series introduces new low power modes with cell phone-like standby battery life.

In addition to the power, space savings, reliability, and peace of mind, the Intel SSD 530 Series is supported with Intel’s outstanding warranty and customer support.


Tags: Intel, SSD, 20nm, SandForce, NAND, Flash


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