Intel will soon add additional capacity to the upcoming Intel Xeon X5650 SSDs.
The company said it plans to introduce an additional 1TB SSDs in the first quarter of 2019.
Intel Xeon X5700 (pictured) is the next generation of Intel Xeon chips, and will have the capacity to deliver up to 4TB in write performance.
Intel said it will add more capacities to its upcoming Xeon X5500 and Xeon X5100 chips in the second quarter of 2018.
Intel added an additional 2TB of SSD capacity to it Xeon-branded SSDs last year.
Intel announced the addition of 2TB capacity for its new Xeon-based SSDs this week, but did not say how much of the extra capacity was new or new capacity for existing Xeon-series chips.
The new capacity will be available in select consumer SSDs, according to Intel.
Intel also announced a new version of its Xeon E5-2600 v3 platform.
Intel says the new platform will be smaller, more powerful, and more reliable than the previous Xeon E4-2690 v3 processor, which launched in June.
The company has also added another 1TB of capacity to Intel’s Xeon E5400 chip.
The new Xeon E5500 platform will have an eight-core configuration, according Intel.
The latest Xeon E5600 platform, which is based on the Intel Xeon E7-2610 v3 chip, will also have an 8-core, 64-bit configuration, Intel said.
Intel and Micron are expected to announce Xeon E6400 chips for the upcoming 2019 model year of its processors in late 2019.
Micron said in a blog post on Wednesday that it will start selling a $250 version of Intel’s E6460, a 12-core Intel Xeon-D processor, in the fourth quarter of 2021.