Next month, Intel will roll out Intel Optane Memory, a chip designed to boost the power of PCs.
Intel says Optane will make systems run 28 percent faster and increase storage 14 times the current average. Part of this increase comes from the chip learning which apps and files you access the most, and then making them easier to access in your PC’s memory. According to the company, Microsoft Outlook will load six times faster, for example.
Optane only works with Intel’s 7th-generation Intel Core processor. It will be standard on new PCs from popular manufacturers like HP and Dell starting April 24.
By Prasana William