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    News - Intel makes its enterprise SSD move

    Chip giant continues its diversification with launch of a solid state drive designed for corporate environments.
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    Re: News - Intel makes its enterprise SSD move

    Will there be a review of this family of SSDs, or is that deemed unnecessary given its focus on enterprise solutions?
    On a side note, the OCZ core series are becoming ever more affordable - 32GB V1 @ £91.64 or 64GB V1 @ £145.69 at Overclockers, or a bit more at Scan as of this morning.

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