I just sat through a session talking about Intel's SSD line.
There are a few technology differences that Intel is branding in their SSDs vs other vendors. But one of the main takeaways I took from their presentation is reliability.
Intel has invested a lot of lab time into making sure their products are very stable. One of the most striking things they discussed is on a few competitor's SSDs they physically pulled the capacitors that perform some of their write buffers and the health check didn't even detect the issue. This would obviously cause corruption in certain scenarios and other issues.