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|· With the DC P4510, host applications will not only have access to double the capacity, but will also be serviced at up to 80% faster write rate|
|· To ensure telemetry information without disrupting ongoing I/Os, the DC P4510 includes enhanced SMART monitoring of drive health and status, using an in-band mechanism and out-of-band access|
|· To help data centers make the most of increased SSD capacity per server, dynamic namespace management delivers the flexibility to enable more users and scale deployment.|
|· With the increased density of Intel 64-layer 3D NAND and enhanced firmware features, the DC P4510 is built to handle read-intensive workloads and beyond.|
Built from the success of its cloud-inspired predecessor – the Intel® SSD DC P4500 Series – and architected with 64-layer, TLC, Intel® 3D NAND Technology, the Intel® SSD DC P4510 Series delivers performance, Quality of Service (QoS), and capacity improvements to further optimize storage efficiency, enabling data centers to do more per server, minimize service disruptions, and efficiently manage at scale.
Built on NVMe specification 1.2, these PCIe SSDs are available in 1TB, 2TB, 4TB, and 8TB in the U.2 2.5” (15mm) form factor.
An SSD Built for Cloud Storage Architectures
Multi-cloud has become a core element for any enterprise strategy, and top cloud providers have responded by openly embracing PCIe/NVMe-based SSDs with scalable performance, low latency, and continued innovation.
As software-defined and converged infrastructures are swiftly adopted, the need increases to maximize efficiency, revitalize existing hardware, deploy new workloads, and yet reduce operational expenditures.
The Intel® SSD DC P4510 Series meets these requirements. It significantly increases server agility and utilization and accelerates applications across a wide range of cloud workloads.