Intel has a various range of SSDs for the Enthusiast, Corporate client and Data Center, and they have just released a new model for the Data Center range. The new Intel Solid-State Drive Pro 1500 Series is aimed more towards the higher end of this range, with just two models above it.
The new SSD has been designed to meet your demanding needs and so has been engineered for IT deployment as well as secure manageability, but the biggest draw for those interested is how the new 1500 Series has a lower cost of ownership while not compromising on performance.
It is no secret that by moving to a Solid State Drive in the workplace will help to improve productivity, with Intel suggesting by up to 13 percent. This is because processes happen so much faster, as well as having much faster response times.
Intel wants to make your transition to the new Solid-State Drive Pro 1500 Series as smooth as possible, and so use the Intel Stable Image Platform Program to do just that. This also allows you to manage some of your assets remotely, as well as diagnosing issues that could arise.
Intel SSD Pro 1500 Series compatibility — Intel tell as that their new 1500 Series will work with 4th generation Intel Core processors that use vPro technology.
For those wanting a closer look at this new Solid State Drive then you have just today and tomorrow to visit Moscone Center West in San Francisco at the Intel Developer Forum. If you are unable to make this event then visit the Intel website from more details.