In today's demanding data center environment, there is a need for highly reliable, high-speed storage partnered with manageable, robust security features. The Intel SSD DC S3610 Series is designed to meet data center needs with up to 10 times higher endurance than standard data center solid-state drives. This makes the Intel® SSD DC S3610 Series the perfect choice for applications demanding a balance of read and write performance for Online Transaction Processing (OLTP) databases, e-commerce, collaboration, and e-mail and messaging.
The Intel SSD DC S3610 Series protects your data with full end-to-end data protection, 256-bit encryption Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) technology, sophisticated error protection schemes, and enhanced power loss and thermal monitoring features. The Intel SSD DC S3610 Series employs multiple safeguard mechanisms to give you peace of mind that your data is safe, secure, and available when you need it.
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Features • Standard Endurance Technology
• High I/O and throughput performance
• Consistent I/O latency
• Enhanced power-loss data protection
• End-to-End data protection
• Thermal throttling
• Temperature Sensor
• Inrush current management
• Low power
• High reliability
• Temperature monitor and logging
• Power loss protection capacitor self-test
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