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09/11/2017 - Intel® Optane™ technology

Intel® Optane™ technology provides an unparalleled combination of high throughput, low latency, high quality of service, and high endurance. The following video presents how new computer architectures are unleashing unprecedented possibilities from data center to desktop.

This technology is a unique combination of 3D XPoint™ memory media, Intel Memory and Storage Controllers, Intel Interconnect IP and Intel® software. Together these building blocks deliver a revolutionary leap forward in decreasing latency and accelerating systems for workloads demanding large capacity and fast storage.

Intel® Optane™ memory is a smart, adaptable system accelerator for PCs with a 7th Gen Intel® Core™ processor and a hard disk drive. It provides uncompromising system responsiveness for large capacity storage drives, making everything you do fast, smooth and easy.

Optane memory isn’t a type of conventional random-access computer memory, or RAM. Neither is a technology that’s being used for conventional storage—at least not at the consumer level, and not yet. Instead, the consumer M.2 Optane modules sold in 16GB and 32GB capacities are meant to work as a cache memory bridge between RAM and storage, allowing for faster data transfer between the memory, storage, and processor. This accelerates more or less every operation for the end user, especially when paired with caching software that intelligently stores relevant data on the Optane drive for near-instant retrieval.

Besides the Intel Optane Memory M.2 drives released earlier this year, Intel launches one more Optane product: the first Optane SSD models for desktop PCs with 280 and 480 GB capacities.

The Intel Optane SSD 900P model with a capacity of 280 GB is priced in the US at $ 389, as the 480GB model will be available for $ 599. In the first instance, prices are expensive, but are expected to change downwards in the future. Optane SSD technology is estimated to deliver 4 times faster speed than a conventional SSD, while analysts note that they offer 22 times higher endurance than a conventional SSD.

The first Optane SSD tests have shown that in real-world performance their performance is significantly faster than NAND technology. These models that Intel has introduced are the first to be installed on standard desktop computers that are widely marketed. This is considered to be the first step in advancing this technology and making it more accessible to a wider audience.

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