The Intel® SSD DC S3500 Series combines fast, consistent read performance with strong data protection and low active power levels to provide superior quality of service for video conferencing, big data analytics, or virtual client applications. Consistently low read latencies of 50µs typical (500µs max for 99.9% of the time) along with a tight distribution of up to 75,000 input/output per second (IOPS)1 delivers a high-performance, reliable, and efficient SSD specifically designed for data center application upgrades. Features
Key features and benefits of this drive include an Intel® 3rd generation controller, industry-leading 20nm multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash technology, full end-to-end data protection, enhanced power-loss data protection, and a broad range of capacities up to 800GB.
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You've learnt all about the virtues of solid-state drives in a previous guide, but today we're delving deeper by taking a look at the two types of NAND flash memory typically available in modern SSDs; SLC and MLC.
Solid-state drives (SSDs) are fast becoming the must-have PC components of 2010. Serving as primary storage space for high-end computers, SSD's super-fast transfer rates and near-instant accesses offer genuine advantages over traditional spindle-based magnetic drives.