Kingston’s DC400 SSD offers consistent application performance and low latency over a wide range of read/write workloads, and standard as well as user-adjustable over-provisioning to improve random IOPs performance, making it ideal for data centres. Its enterprise firmware improves latency and helps DC400 deliver consistently low data access times under steady state workloads. It’s available in a Performance-Optimised model and a Read-Optimised model. All models deliver enterprise-class reliability with end-to-end data path protection, SmartECC, SmartRefresh and firmware-controlled power loss management. DC400 is backed by legendary pre- and post-sales support and a five-year limited warranty. In addition, there’s Kingston’s web-based Ask an Expert programme, and the SSD Manager toolbox is available in a free, downloadable application.
This model offers greater IOPs for faster application performance and reduced storage latencies that result in faster user response times. Increased endurance means that it will last a long time, even with challenging workloads. It’s available in 480GB and 960GB capacities and by special order only; please contact your Kingston representative.
Ideal for read-intensive workloads, this model is factory-tuned for read-intensive performance and more affordable per gigabyte. It’s available in 1800GB capacity and by special order only; please contact your Kingston representative. Features • Consistently high sustained IOPs and low latency.
• Configurable over-provisioning available.
• Performance-Optimised model and Read-Intensive model available by special order.
• Enterprise-class reliability.
• Legendary Kingston support.
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- 60 months
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Date Issued: 27th Nov 2017
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Date Issued: 7th Apr 2015
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