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Intel announces its new DC S3510 SSDs, aimed at the data center market

Intel has pushed its new DC S3510 SSDs to market, built with data centers in mind and offering up to 1.6TB in storage space
By: Chris Smith | Storage News | Posted: May 8, 2015 4:24 pm

Featuring standard-endurance technology (SET) MLC NAND flash constructed by IMFlash Technology, Intel has released its new DC S3510 SSDs to the OEM market.




Designed with data centers in mind, these 2.5-inch drives are build on a 16 nanometer node, allowing up to 880 TBW (high levels of endurance). The controller offers native 256-bit AES encryption and is available in sizes ranging from 80GB to 1.6TB.


Complete with a 5-year warranty and available through OEM channels, these drives are aimed at dedicated hosting providers. We have been supplied with a table thanks to TechPowerUp (below) which offers information on sequential and 4K random access performance levels.




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