Tag Archives: Enterprise

Intel SSD DC P4510 Enterprise NVMe SSD Review (2TB/8TB)

Intel has recently expanded their lineup to include some higher capacities and new form factor SSDs that are infused with their latest 64-layer 3D TLC NAND flash memory. With this announcement, we were able to get our hands on some of their latest tech, 2TB and 8TB samples of their DC P4510. While these bad boys aren’t the exotic Enterprise …

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Micron Launches 5200 Series SATA SSDs With Latest 64-layer 3D NAND Technology 

Today Micron Technology, Inc. announces the launch of the Micron 5200 series of SATA SSDs, the first series of enterprise SSDs that are available for purchase today with 3D 64-layer NAND. Built heavily on the 5100’s architecture, the new 5200 series is simply a well-refined product. As such, it promises to deliver industry-leading performance, consistency, capacity, reliability, and overall infrastructure value. …

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Kingston DC400 Enterprise SSD Review (800GB/960GB)

Enterprise-class SATA SSDs are offered by nearly all the big name SSD manufacturers in the market. We have had quite a few pass through here from SanDisk, Samsung, Micron, and Toshiba recently, but it has been over three years since we last fully examined an enterprise-class Kingston SSD…key word here, fully, as we just released a simple enthusiast report of …

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Kingston DCP1000 1.6TB NVMe SSD Enthusiast Report – 1 Million IOPS and Over 7GB/s Throughput

It wasn’t too long ago that Kingston announced their newest DCP1000 enterprise NVMe SSD, in teaming up with Liqid, with incredible claims of 6.8GB/s performance and 1.25 million IOPS from a single device.  This HHHL AIC speaks of ultra low transactional latency, along with ultra-high throughput, making it the ideal choice for data centers looking for extreme performance.   Thanks …

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Micron 5100 MAX & ECO Enterprise SSD Review (960GB/1920GB)

By now, if you are an avid reader or haven’t been stuck under a rock for the past 7-8 years, you know what a difference an SSD provides an end user. But, for years now, SSDs have been not only revolutionizing the way we compute in our homes but everywhere else as well. HDDs are magnitudes slower than SSDs, especially for …

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Toshiba HK4E Enterprise SSD Review (800GB)

What’s this? Another Toshiba HK4 series SSD review? Yes! This time around we are going to take a look at the higher endurance model of the HK4 family, the HK4E. The HK4E is rated for three drive writes per day rather than one like the HK4R. This does come at a cost though, the HK4E’s capacities are smaller due to over …

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Microsemi Announces Their Second Generation of High Performance Flashtec NVMe Controller (NVMe2032 / NVMe2016)

Microsemi Corporation, a leading semiconductor producer, is announcing the production release of their Flashtec NVMe2032 and NVMe2016 controllers, allowing the world’s leading data centers and enterprises to install the highest-performing solid-state drives (SSDs) that utilize next-generation NAND technologies.  Offering the highest capacity, reliability and performance for storing critical data, these devices are the industry’s first SSD controllers to integrate DDR4 …

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Micron 9100 MAX Enterprise NVMe SSD Review (2.4TB)

It has been quite some time since Micron has released a new PCIe SSD into its product portfolio. With the many new NVMe products being released in the market, it was about time Micron caught up, and not only did they catch up, their latest drives look to be some of the best out.  First announced back in April, Micron showed us …

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