Intel SSD D5 P4326 15.36TB 2.5" U.2 PCIe NVMe Enterprise Datacenter SSD
15.36TB Intel D5-P4326 2.5" U.2 SSD, PCIe 3.1 (x4), NVMe, QLC 3D NAND, 3200MB/s Read, 1600MB/s Write, 580k/11k IOPS
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Store More, Save More, Do More with Intel QLC Technology & PCIe Performance
Designed to deliver massive, affordable capacities with PCIe performance, the Intel SSD D5-P4326 consolidates storage footprints and reduces operational cost vs. legacy storage.The Intel SSD D5-P4326 offers Intel QLC technology, PCIe performance and the flexibility to scale solutions, maximise capacity, and improve operational efficiency at scale, available here in the U.2 form-factor.The Intel QLC technology inside the Intel SSD D5-P4326 provides 33% more bits per cell than prior generation Intel 3D NAND drives, consolidating the data centre storage footprint up to 20x. In addition to capacity, replacing HDDs with Intel QLC SSDs reduces power, cooling and drive replacement costs. Thanks to the PCIe-based design, performance also gets a boost over SATA drives, allowing greater usable capacity meeting IOPS/TB requirements.
Innovations Delivering Operational Efficiency
The D5-P4326 is a cost optimised addition to Intel’s QLC family. This affordability makes the D5-4326 ideally suited to displace hard disks in all-HDD arrays and hybrid arrays. In addition to storage consolidation, data centres choosing to displace HDDs can lower power cost, reduce cooling cost and significantly save on drive replacement cost.
PCIe Accelerates Workloads at Large Capacities
The IOPS of a drive is a fixed number meaning that as a drives capacity gets larger IOPS/TB get smaller. This can be problematic with certain storage workloads that have minimum IOPS/TB requirements. The performance advantage of the PCIe interface vs. SATA interface means IOPS/TB remain sufficiently high even as capacities scale.
Backed by Intel Experience & Innovation
Intel brings longstanding expertise and disruptive innovation in data management to address the capacity and performance issues of today’s data centres. Prepare for the future with PCIe Intel QLC SSDs, backed by Intel’s technology and manufacturing leadership.
• Form Factor: 2.5".
• Height: 15mm.
• Interface: PCIe 3.1 (x4).
• Host Controller Interface: NVMe.
• Flash Memory Type: Intel 64-Layer QLC 3D NAND.
• Max. Read: 3200 MB/s.
• Max. Write: 1600 MB/s.
• Max. Random Read 4K: 580000 IOPS.
• Max. Random Write 4K: 11000 IOPS.
• Latency: 135 µs Read / 60 µs Write.
• AES 256-bit Hardware Encryption.
• End-to-End Data Protection.
• Enhanced Power Loss Data Protection.
• Temperature Monitoring and Logging.
• UBER: < 1 sector per 10^17 bits read.
|Edition||Intel SSD D5-P4326 Series|
|Interface||PCIe 3.1 (x4)|
|Host Controller Interface||NVMe|
|Flash Memory Type||Intel 64-Layer QLC 3D NAND|
|Max. Read||3200 MB/s|
|Max. Write||1600 MB/s|
|DRAM Cache Memory||N/A|
|DRAM Cache Memory Type|
|Max. Random Read 4K||580000 IOPS|
|Max. Random Write 4K||11000 IOPS|
|Latency||135 µs Read / 60 µs Write|
|Power Consumption (active)||20W|
|Max. Endurance Rating||5PBW (random), 24.6PBW (sequential)|
|Max. Operating Vibration||2.17 GRMS|
|Max. Non-operating Vibration||3.13 GRMS|
|Max. Operating Shock||1000 G|
|Max. Non-operating Shock||1000 G|
|Connectivity||1 x U.2|
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