Intel one of the leading producer of computer processors is now getting ready to bring the upcoming 710 Series codename Lyndonville and the 720 Series codename Ramsdale SSDs. It is not official the specs were leaked in a German Website. But still then both series are ready for release in the next few months and they will replace the X-25E series of SSDs.
The 710 series will include MLC NAND and will be made available in 100, 200 and 300 GB capacities. They will feature a read speed of 270 mbps and write speeds of 210 Mbps. While these speeds these drives are targeted towards the enterprise. They come with AES-128 encryption and a mean time between failure of 2 million hours.
The 720 series will come in 200 and 400 GB and will use the more reliable SLC NAND flash storage and will also come with AES-256 encryption. It will be the first Intel SSD line to switch from the SATA to a PCI Express interface. This will allow the drives to have a amazing read speed of 2200 MBps and write speed of 1800 MBps and these devices are expected to launch later this year.
The price of both these drives are unknown but will soon be reveled.