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Denser FLASH can have multiple accesses internally:
8x2GB would be represented as 4x (2x2GB), hence 8x (2x2GB) is the fastest inn these 3 scenarios. I believe they put more channels on denser chips to make this work.

Correct me if I'm wrong (with proof of my mistake, don't want to flich as soon as someone tells me to), but this is what my online observations revealed.
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These look soo sexy Too bad the prices will be insane!
    
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Not trying to bash but who buys these and the purpose other then energy effiency/reliability/load times? Doesn't huge corps usually buy a lot of cheap ones (ex: eBay) If big corps buy a ton of these I'm guessing it would cost millions
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It has to do with the number of NAND channels. When there are more/densier NAND chips, the controller can have more simutaneous access.

so the tera byte ssd of the future will be wicked fast?
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Not trying to bash but who buys these and the purpose other then energy effiency/reliability/load times? Doesn't huge corps usually buy a lot of cheap ones (ex: eBay) If big corps buy a ton of these I'm guessing it would cost millions
No, enterprise hardware is much more expensive than consumer hardware due to warranty, reliability, and support.

If you business is making a few hundred thousands or millions a day, they will pay extra to ensure there is no downtime.
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Hmm, when can we expect the more affordable "Cherryville" line?
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Hmm, when can we expect the more affordable "Cherryville" line?
The article says the 710 will launch mid-august, the 720 not long after, then the Cherryville and Paint Creek in Q4. So anytime from October to December.

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The performance-oriented SSD 720 (Ramsdale) is expected to launch not long after, followed by Cherryville (successor to SSD 510) and Paint Creek (successor to SSD 310) in Q4.
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When's the Intel X25-M G3 coming out? That's what I want!
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When's the Intel X25-M G3 coming out? That's what I want!
That's what I always assumed the 520 Cherryville series to be.
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No, enterprise hardware is much more expensive than consumer hardware due to warranty, reliability, and support.

If you business is making a few hundred thousands or millions a day, they will pay extra to ensure there is no downtime.
That makes sense. I guess it's much better to pay top dollar instead of having downtime which could be more costly
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