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Every new technology has a tough time on the market until it finds an inflection point - that sweet spot between the affordable price and performance advantages. SSDs just might have discovered theirs.
Research@Intel Day is an annual event held at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, displaying the best projects Intel has in store.
The fun time is over: with the release of Western Digital's own SSD, the company is telling its competitors that the day of reckoning is coming. Only Seagate is missing.
In the light of SATA 3.0 standard and read/write speeds in excess of 750MB/s, A-DATA already found a way to exceed the speed of SATA 3.0 inside a desktop computer.
Intel's response to long term performance issue is a simple one - one firmware update. And it fixed the problem.
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