910 Series 800GB
Intel’s SSD division has been on a roll as of late. Their 330 series has offered entry level consumers the possibility of stepping up to an affordable alternative to spindle based media and for enthusiasts, the 520 series holds some of the best mass market SSDs that money can buy. Both have garnered a huge following and competitors have constantly found themselves playing catch up in the SO/HO and high end markets. However this refreshed lineup did leave a rather conspicuous hole since Intel’s Enterprise products lacked any meaningful steps forward. Well, that’s about to change with the introduction of the high performance, massively endowed 910-series.In an effort to satisfy the needs of very demanding business IT administrators, Intel hasn’t pulled any punches here. By sporting a capacity of 800GB, a PCI-E 2.0 interface, four individual controllers and a single RAID chip the 910 800GB should pack enough performance to satisfy anyone. Indeed, its on-paper specifications look a lot like those of the OCZ RevoDrive 3 x2 but the two drives cater to completely separate markets. While the RevoDrive3 series is a prosumer model which is mainly meant for workstation environments and the 910 is a true enterprise grade storage device meant for servers and ultra high end workstations.
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