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Announcing Intel SSD DC S3700 Series - Next-Generation Data Center SSD

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As big data, high-performance computing (HPC) and cloud-computing applications push the demand for real-time access of data into the zettabytes, Intel Corporation announced today its next-generation data center solid-state drive (SSD), the Intel Solid-State Drive DC S3700 Series, designed to remove storage bottlenecks and maximize multi-core CPU performance. The Intel SSD DC S3700 Series delivers fast, consistent performance and low latencies along with strong data protection and high endurance to help IT personnel support today's most demanding data center applications.

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Sounds good to me.

(the price shit.)
 
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Dat price...:((
 

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DAT reliability! holy smokes...
 

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is that price soooo bad? (I am from Euro land) but that preformance must be something unseen!
 
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This is the equivalent of recording more than 186 years of HD video over the life of the highest capacity 800GB drive.
Simply wow.

Now is 6watts common for an SSD under load? Most 2.5" HDD's consume less than that.
 
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...which is why it's geared for the enterprise. I'm sure they'll come up with something tailored specifically to the consumer market. :)
 

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:laugh: people looking at enterprise products and expecting consumer-level pricing.
 
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XD yes.. the price is high for a consumer.. This product would not be suitable at all for anyone's home use, you would be better off in every way to get samsungs new consumer drives. This intel one is made to be pretty much constantly writing and reading data to its fullest potential 24/7 with absolute reliability and longevity for 5 years, which a consumer drive could not be guaranteed to do.