The latest technology presented by Intel is focused on the significant reduction of the notebooks' booting time or program accessing.
The solution, called Robson, also improves the notebook battery's lifespan.
The secret sauce behind this innovation is the way in which the data is accessed, the computer processing information and applications stored on memory cards through Intel's software
In this way, the access time decreases significantly compared to the classic concept which implied that the data was stored on the hard-disk. Flash memory has a much faster response time than a hard-disk type solution, and the application stored on such a memory card is launched in a shorter amount of time. At the same time, because the hard-disk's motor is used less, the energy consumption rate is lower and the battery's lifespan is extended.
Intel's representatives haven't announced Robson's exact performance results, but they insisted on the lower booting time. Using this solution, the system will also return faster from the Stand-by or Sleep mode.
The Robson cards offer space for 4 and 6GB of data, and, once these chips' storage capacities increase, the system's performances will also go up. The more data is stored on this support and not on the HDD, the faster the computer will work. For now, it hasn't been announced a date when this solution will be available in stores.