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Chip Shot: Intel Expands Data Center Grade Storage Offerings

Intel announced today the availability of the Intel SSD DC S3710 Series and the Intel SSD DC S3610 Series . The new Intel SSD DC S3710 Series delivers up to 25 percent more write performance than the previous generation SSD. This results in faster processing of write data at a lower total cost of ownership for applications such as high performance computing, high data rate analytics and operational databases and large scale virtualization. The Intel SSD DC S3610 Series is a new mid-level SSD delivering up to two times greater write performance than entry level data center SSDs. For IT managers this provides an ideal balance of endurance, performance and cost for workloads such as operational and analytical databases, virtualization, e-commerce and cloud infrastructures. Find out more about the

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