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Intel Optane H20 memory – 670p SSD – Data Center SSDs

Intel has unveiled a number of new SSDs for client PCs as well as data centres. The lineup includes Optane Memory and Optane Persistent Memory drives, as well as 144-layer QLC and TLC flash-based drives to cater to various use cases. The company also disclosed new roadmaps for its enterprise customers. The announcements were part of a two-day Memory and Storage event which also included multiple keynotes, demonstrations, case studies, and developer sessions about memory and storage technology. Exact details about the pricing and availability of the six new SSDs has not been announced yet.
Starting with the Intel Optane Memory H20, which is an update to the Optane Memory H10 announced at CES 2019. Like its predecessor, it combines Intel’s high-speed Optane Memory with traditional flash on a single PCIe M.2 module. It is aimed at slim and light notebooks and ultra-compact PCs which would not otherwise have space for multiple storage tiers. It will be marketed for performance and productivity as well as gaming and content creation. The two types of flash storage have their own controllers and split four PCIe 3.0 lanes between them. They do not directly interact with each other, but are tiered into a single logical drive using Intel’s software. The Optane Memory caches important data to accelerate reads and writes while the NAND flash is used for storage as usual.
According to AnandTech, the Optane Memory H10 will not be available in retail, and will only ship to laptop manufacturers for use in pre-built systems. It will be available with either 512GB or 1TB of QLC NAND and 32GB of Optane Memory. It will require an 11th-gen ‘Tiger Lake’ CPU and will not be used for desktop platforms.


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