Intel has a new name for Robson and it will be called Intel Flash Response
Memory Technology. It is a flash memory-based platform accelerator with onboard
Non Volatile Memory. It supports Microsoft ReadyBoost technology, a Windows
Vista feature that allows users to store data on NAND instead of HDD, speeding
up applications, allowing faster resume thereby conserve precious battery power.
Robson will be available during Santa Rosa launch in Q2 with 2 capacities; 1GB
and 512MB. The prices for 1GB and 512MB are as follow; $ 23 for module and $ 19
for component kit for 1GB (2 x 512MB + ASIC) and $ 19 for module and $ 15 for
component kit for 512MB (2 x 256MB + ASIC). Interestingly, even desktop
motherboards especially the Bearlake series are likely to come with Robson.

Intel has a new name for Robson and it will be called Intel Flash Response
Memory Technology. It is a flash memory-based platform accelerator with onboard
Non Volatile Memory. It supports Microsoft ReadyBoost technology, a Windows
Vista feature that allows users to store data on NAND instead of HDD, speeding
up applications, allowing faster resume thereby conserve precious battery power.
Robson will be available during Santa Rosa launch in Q2 with 2 capacities; 1GB
and 512MB. The prices for 1GB and 512MB are as follow; $ 23 for module and $ 19
for component kit for 1GB (2 x 512MB + ASIC) and $ 19 for module and $ 15 for
component kit for 512MB (2 x 256MB + ASIC). Interestingly, even desktop
motherboards especially the Bearlake series are likely to come with Robson.