Intel's Braidwood: Death to SSDs? - Single-User

In 2010 Intel will introduce Braidwood technology, placing NAND on the mother board and threatening SSDs in the PC, assuming that this is not a repeat of the Vista Turbo Memory debacle, that is.

Braidwood is likely to ramp quickly into the PC market, displacing SSDs, and eventually threatening DRAM bit growth.

Our report examines the Braidwood, its potential market, competing technologies, and how the NAND, PC, HDD and DRAM markets will be impacted.

Unit shipment and revenue forecasts detail the rise of the technology and its impact on NAND and DRAM.

Readers will gain an understanding of this important technology, and will learn strategies to participate in the market.

The single-user license allows one electronic copy to be stored on a PC, and up to three print copies to be circulated within a single department.

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Intel's Braidwood: Death to SSDs? - Single-User
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