In the storage products, the previous article also mentioned Intel's philosophy, that is, there is a level between the HDD hard disk, 3D NAND and DRAM memory, this part is the arrogant hard disk, its capacity is DDR4 memory 10 times, no power loss when power is off, although the performance is only 1/10, but still better than NAND flashSSDThe hard drive is 10 times faster.
In Intel's vision, the future storage system will change significantly. The HDD mechanical hard disk will be replaced by QLC flash hard disk in the hot data, and it will be used as a large-capacity data backup.
From the point of view of Intel, in the current TLC+HDD format, not only the HDD hard disk will disappear, but also the TLC flash memory will be replaced, let alone the MLC flash memory. In short, it is the place where the performance needs to be arrogant flash or Aurora + QLC, which already has a product like the H10, uses a combination of high-capacity QLC flash and the Proud 16/32GB.
QLC flash memory is going to be a big deal in the future, and Intel is blunt about this. As for the QLC flash life performance issues that everyone is worried about, Intel said that their technology has already achieved the voltage control of QLC flash memory and TLC flash memory, so these concerns are not a problem.
In addition, Intel also mentioned that they started to fall behind Samsung and other companies in NAND flash memory, but in the era of 3D NAND flash memory, it started with a 32-layer stack, and QLC flash memory directly on the 64-layer stack. 1024Gb, 128-layer stack of QLC flash memory will be introduced in 2020- But next year Samsung and other companies are also planning to launch a 128-layer stack of flash memory, and now look at who is the first to eat crabs.
In short, in the storage market, regardless of the data center or client products, Intel has two choices, the pursuit of performance on the arrogant hard drive, PCIe, M.2, U.2, AIC various specifications, the pursuit If you have a large capacity, you can use a NAND flash drive. SATA, M.2, AIC, and even the latest Ruler specifications are available. The latter can do 32TB.
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