Today Intel is announcing updates to most of their SSD product lines. Their products based on 3D NAND are being updated to use Intel's 144-layer QLC and TLC NAND. On the Optane side of the business, we have detailed specifications for the first product to use second-generation 3D XPoint memory, and an updated Optane Memory caching solution for client PCs. Intel has also revealed the code name for their third-generation Optane persistent memory modules, which will be launching along Sapphire Rapids Xeon processors. SSD D7-P5510 - Datacenter NVMe, 144L TLC SSD D5-P5316 - Datacenter NVMe, 144L QLC SSD 670p - Client/Consumer NVMe, 144L QLC Optane SSD P5800X - Datacenter NVMe, Second-gen 3D XPoint Optane Memory H20 - Client NVMe, 144L QLC + 3D XPoint Optane Persistent Memory 300 Series: Crow...
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