Daily Archives: May 4, 2009

A night of semiconductor history

Below is a public reposting of an Intel internal blog written by Tom Waldrop – Intel’s Director of Issues and Policy Communications: Imagine, in one room, a group of scientists and engineers largely responsible for the advances in semiconductor-related technology … Read more >

Why would a 32GB SSD cost more than an 80GB SSD?

The landscape of solid-state drives is growing. Many companies, Intel included, have a growing portfolio of drives for sale. Various people much smarter than I have talked about how “Not all SSDs are created equal,” but there’s one fundamental difference … Read more >