Samsung 15.36TB MZ-ILS15T0 PM1633a 15TB Enterprise Class SAS 2.5" SSD

15TB Samsung PM1633a Enterprise Class SAS 3.0 12GB/s SSD 2.5" 3D V-NAND MLC 14.5mm 195K IOPS

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Scan code: LN78324 Manufacturer code: MZ-ILS15T0 / MZILS15THMLS-00007 Request call
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Product Overview The Samsung PM1633a Solid State Drive is a great choice for enterprise storage systems. The solid state drive features a highly dependable metadata protection mechanism and a data protection and restoration software tool to make systems more stable and manageable. It is capable of 15.36 TB of data storage on a single SSD. Based on the popular 12 Gb/s Serial Attached SCSI interface, it supports 1 DWPD and uses 3D V-NAND Technology for greater reliability. This high-performance solid state hard drive sports random read and write speeds of up to 200,000 and 32,000 IOPS respectively, and it delivers sequential read and write speeds of up to 1,200 Mb/s. Features • Internal hard drive with high storage capacity and exceptional performance
• Features latest vertical NAND flash technology with innovative controller and firmware technology for optimum performance
• Compact 2.5" 14mm form factor suitable for efficient use in enterprise storage systems
Specifications
Capacity  
Edition PM1633a
Form Factor 2.5"
Height 14.8 mm
Interface SAS
Host Controller Interface AHCI
Controller  
Flash Memory Type 3D V-NAND
Max. Read 1,200 MB/s
Max. Write 900 MB/s
DRAM Cache Memory 16GB
DRAM Cache Memory Type  
Max. Random Read 4K 195,000 IOPS
Max. Random Write 4K 31,000 IOPS
Latency N/A
Special Features  
Power Consumption (active) 11
Max. Endurance Rating  
MTBF 2 Million Hours
Max. Operating Vibration  
Max. Non-operating Vibration  
Max. Operating Shock  
Max. Non-operating Shock  
Connectivity 1 x SAS 12Gb/s
OS Support  
Bracket N/A
Dimensions  
Weight  
Package Type OEM
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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Direct
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
1 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
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Samsung 15.36TB MZ-ILS15T0 PM1633a 15TB Enterprise Class SAS 2.5" SSD
Samsung 15.36TB MZ-ILS15T0 PM1633a 15TB Enterprise Class SAS 2.5" SSD