Thursday, January 22, 2009

Kingston Technology Dives Into The SSD World

Kingston Technology Dives Into The SSD World

Just like Corsair, Kingston Technology has also taken its first step into the world of solid-state drives (SSDs). Apparently, Kingston won't be going it alone as they will market their products in co-branding effort alongside Intel (who are planning to roll out 320GB SSDs sometime this fall, by the way). Kingston has gotten off the blocks with a bang by introducing two lines of SSDs - the SSDNow E and SSDNow M series. The former will target enterprise servers while the latter will see action in corporate notebook applications. There is no word on pricing as at press time, but we suspect it won't be too far off from what the market rate is at the moment. Nice to see more and more memory module manufacturers jump aboard the SSD bandwagon - hopefully the more competition there is, prices will be driven down faster than expected.

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