Intel seems to really heat up the market when it comes to products based on its Xpoint 3D memory technology. Known as Intel Optane, the chip technology giant has recently released a number of its flagship retail drive products, including the Intel Optane SSD DC P4800X, which is available in 375GB, and Optane SSD 900P, an enthusiastic drive-drive product available in 280GB and 480GB.
Related to the existence of Optane SSD DC P4800X, which claimed to be the fastest SSD at this time, Intel reportedly recently expanded its capacity from the previous 375GB is now only 750GB. Like his brother with a capacity of 375GB, the new Intel Optane SSD DC P4800X 750GB will be available with half-length half-length (HHHL) add-in cards and a 2.5-inch U.2 form factor. This significant capacity spike should help alleviate storage discomfort especially for companies that require reliable performance with appropriate physical space restrictions.
Increased capacity and existing form factor variations, expanded data center deployment options and provided solution-level flexibility and total cost of ownership for customers. Intel Optane technology for data centers that combines low memory attributes of memory and storage with high latency, high endurance, exceptional service quality and high throughput, can create new tier data that increases the scale per server and reduces transaction costs.
The new Optane SSD DC P4800X model is expected to be paired with the latest Intel Xeon Scalable processor family, which includes extraordinary multi-cores like the Xeon Platinum 8180 with 28-core and 56-thread struts.
HHHL and U.2 versions of the Intel Optane SSD P4800X 750GB model are scheduled to be available later this month. Although Intel itself has not revealed the price, but can be expected if the price offered will be above the price of 375GB model previously reportedly marketed by Amazon at a price of $ 1,800.