Seagate begins to supply fast SSD XP7200 volume of 3.8 and 7.7 TB

Seagate announced a line of enterprise-class SSDS XP7200 in August last year, but at that time, the detailed characteristics of new products was not reported. Now the manufacturer has announced the beginning of deliveries XP7200 and revealed some technical details.

The series includes two models — a volume of 3.8 and 7.7 TB. The device is made in the form of expansion cards PCI Express x16 FHHL (full-height, half-length), but if you look under the radiator, then it will show up under a RAID array of four solid-state drives size M. 2. The devices use memory MLC NAND, there is support for the NVMe Protocol 1.2 a.

Speed capabilities fully meet the requirements of high-performance computer systems data centers, which SSD is calculated. So, according to the manufacturer, speed sequential read and write reach, respectively, 10 000 and 3 600 MB/s Performance when reading and writing random access blocks of 4 KB — 940 000 and 160 000 IOPS.

Time between failures XP7200 — 2 000 000 hours, meaning DWPD (complete rewrites daily) = 0.3, warranty period is 5 years.

Source: Seagate



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