Intel articles

Intel SSD 600p Series 512GB Review: NVMe performance, SATA pricing

Announcing half a dozen new 3D NAND-based SSDs in August, Intel's SSD 600p Series in particular caught our attention for being an aggressively priced M.2 NVMe-based model targeting consumer desktops and notebooks. The 600p comes in capacities starting at 128GB for $67 up to $189 for 512GB. At just $0.36 per gigabyte, the latter looks to be exceptional value.

Intel sells majority stake in McAfee security business

Intel as anticipated has sold a majority stake in its cybersecurity business to private investment firm TPG. As per the deal, Intel Security will be spun off into an independent cybersecurity company that’ll once again take on the McAfee name. …

Intel refreshes SSD line-up with 3D NAND memory

Intel has announced an updated range of solid state drives, all of which use the company's latest 3D NAND flash memory. Depending on the market segment the drives are aimed at, these new SSDs use either MLC or TLC NAND,…