New series of Intel SSD DC S3510 data center

Update of range for Intel on the SSD for the world’s data centers, where the focus is not only to have adequate performance but also a good guarantee of reliability and data encryption.

SSDs are now available in different shapes and made according to the requirements, as is appropriate in a mature sector that has been able to differentiate to meet the largest number of possible audience. To consolidate the trend combine series of increasingly cheap and reliable. And now accessible to everyone buying an SSD with a cut not too high.

On the sidelines of the families more consumers, as advanced, high-performance, have made their way some series intended for the professional world, where reliability plays a key role, much of the performance as well. And the case for example, the newly formed family of Intel SSD DC S3510, where DC stands for Data Center, designed to renew the list in a sector of great satisfaction for the company.

If for customer’s home, these products are for all practical purposes unknown, in the professional Intel has been able to place themselves at the top of sales with its SSD series CD, obviously within its field of use.

Intel SSD DC3510 - Table

The new units are intended for use in servers and are marketed in two forms Caphtor 1.8 and 2.5 inches. The cuts are of 80 GB, 120 GB, 240 GB, 480 GB, 800 GB, 1.2 TB and 1.6 TB, in order to cover every single need. Not dazzle the performance in cutting patterns are less than half of the consumer: often these SSDs are called to replace old mechanical hard drives.

Climbing Capacity things change, having a range to align the limits of the interface used, which is of type SATA 6 Gbps. To signal that the controller is made by Intel, while chips are the type with 16nm MLC Standard Endurance Technology (SET), designed to last well over the standard. The MTBF value is of no less than 2 million hours, or for uses that require up to 3 entries of the whole disk per day.

No indication of price, because these units are usually sold in 1,000 unit quantities to OEMs, with figures that may vary significantly based on the size of the order. More information is available at this address.