Weekend tech reading: Intel's Braidwood: Death to SSDs?

By Matthew
Sep 5, 2009
  1. Intel's 'Braidwood'--Turbo Memory done right? Much has been made lately about the trend toward solid-state drives. Now a new Intel technology, code-named Braidwood, may delay that trend, blending the performance of solid-state drives with the economy of old-style hard drives. Braidwood--like its predecessor, Intel's Turbo Memory technology (formerly code-named Robson)--is basically a solid-state cache for all the disks in the system. CNET

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