ADATA Announces Enterprise Grade SR1010 Server SSD

ADATA Technology, a world-leading producer of high-performance DRAM memory and NAND flash devices, is announcing its SR1010 enterprise grade server SSD. The SR1010 features comprehensive data encryption, superior performance and reliability that is compatible with multiple operating systems.


Data centers and enterprise servers require a robust and effective mechanism to prevent incalculable damage and vital data loss in the event of a power failure or interruption. ADATA’s SR1010 features PLP (Power-Loss Protection) technology to help prevent catastrophic data crashes caused by system or power failures. ADATA’s SR1010 also supports S.M.A.R.T. monitoring attributes, which allows users to monitor their SSD’s status, health and performance.


SR1010 is compatible with numerous operating systems, including Linux OSs (such as SUSE Enterprise and Red Hat Enterprise), virtual machine technology from Citrix and VMWare, and is also Microsoft WHQL certified. With available capacities of 100GB, 240GB and 480GB, ADATA’s SR1010 is an excellent upgrade option for data centers, industrial servers and embedded devices.


Utilizing Seagate (formerly SandForce) SF2581 controllers coupled with top-quality NAND, the SR1010 is able to achieve sequential read and write speeds of (up to) 550MB/s, with random read speeds of (up to) 73,000 IOPS and random write speeds of (up to) 45,000 IOPS. With a stated Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF) of up to 2,000,000 hours, ADATA is backing the SR1010 with a solid 5-year warranty for long-term reliability and operation.


You can view ADATA’s press release announcing the SR1010 in its entirety here; and the SR1010 product page here.



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    Hi Les. I want to ask something about Sand Force. Sand Force 2281 consumer grade controller is one of the very first controllers in the SSD market and it becomes old and inefficient. Producers prefer Phison, Silicon Motion, Marvell etc… nowadays. As an expert what can you say about the “enterprise grade controllers of Sand Force (2581, 3700 etc..)?
    Are they really good? I thank you.

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