Recently, ADATA introduced a new enterprise SSD lineup, called SR2000, which will use 3D enterprise TLC (eTLC) NAND flash technology. The adoption of new 3D NAND flash makes solid-state drives to have better durability and higher capacity density.
There will be a total of two models in the SR2000 series. The first one is in a more traditional form factor. The SR2000SP will be a 2.5-inch SSD with a U.2 PCIe 3.0 x4 interface. The drive will be capable of having sequential read and write speeds up to 3.5 GB/s. Random read and write performance is also impressive, with up to 830,000 IOPS and 140,000 IOPS for read and write respectively. It will have capacity up to 11 TB.
The second model, SR2000CP, is a PCIe add-in-card, running through a PCIe 3.0 x8 lane. It will have sequential read and write speeds at up to 6 GB/s and 3.8 GB/s, and unbelievable amounts of 1,000,000 IOPS and 150,000 IOPS for read and write respectively. The largest capacity is also at 11 TB.
Both SSDs support technologies like TRIM, AES 256-bit encryption and S.M.A.R.T. The drives are reliable for enterprises with a MTBF of about 2,000,000 hours. For more information, you can visit ADATA’s website and product pages.
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