ADATA unveils SR2000CP PCI-Express NVMe SSD

6GB/s of throughput performance

ADATA today released the SR2000CP line of high-performance PCI-Express SSDs, targeted at enterprises and data-center customers, which usually have the highest demands regarding performance and reliability. The drives come with a half-height add-on card form-factor and it's using a PCI-Express 3.0 x8 host interface.


The ADATA SR2000CP PCI-Express NVMe SSDs are going to be available with 2TB, 3.5TB, 4TB, 8TB and 11TB capacity. The drives use 3D "eTLC" NAND flash. This type of memory comes with 3 bits per cell like TLC NAND flash and the same endurance of MLC NAND flash. Talking about performance, sequentially reading these drives should hit up to 6'000MB/s and up to 3'800MB/s sequentially writing. The 4K random access performance of the 4TB variant is 1'000'000 / 150'000 IOPS (read/write).

These drives sport full-length heatsinks, cooling the NAND flash chips, the controller and a bank of capacitors that provide data-loss protection in the case of a power loss. The company didn't reveal pricing as the drives could be served up to enterprise customers.




Source: Techpowerup

News by Luca Rocchi and Marc Büchel - German Translation by Marc Büchel - Italian Translation by Francesco Daghini


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