SSD 480Gb Kingston DC1000B NVMe M.2 Type 2280

SSD 480Gb Kingston DC1000B NVMe M.2 Type 2280

Kingston
  • PCIe NVMe M.2 (2280) Gen 3.0 x 4 SSD.
  • Incredible speeds of up to 2.6 GB / s and 200K IOPS.
  • NVMe for server boot workloads.
  • Built-in power loss protection (PLP).
  • Self-encrypting unit (SED) with 256-bit AES-XTS.

P/N: SEDC1000BM8/480G - EAN/UPC: 0740617303599

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The Kingston Data Center DC1000B is a M.2 (2280) PCIe NVMe disk that uses the advanced Gen 3.0 x 4 PCIe interface with 64-layer 3D NAND TLC. DC1000B offers data centers an excellent value for money boot drive solution, with the assurance that you are purchasing an SSD disk designed specifically for servers. The DC1000B is especially suited for high-volume rack-mounted servers as an internal boot drive, as well as for custom systems where M.2 SSDs with built-in power loss protection (PLP) are required.

NVMe M.2 SSDs are evolving within data centers, reinforcing the efficiency of boot servers by protecting drive bays from incoming loads in the data storage process. Top-tier, private-label server OEMs are beginning to equip their server motherboards with at least one, and sometimes two, M.2 connectors for boot purposes. Although the M.2 format was originally designed as a form factor for client SSDs, its small dimensions and high performance make it attractive for use on servers. Not all SSDs are created equal, and using a client SSD in a server application can lead to poor and erratic performance.

Bootable drives are used primarily for booting operating systems, although in many cases they have a second purpose: to load application data, or to be configured as high-speed local cache drives. Accordingly, the DC1000B has been designed for a longer lifespan (0.5 DWPD for 5 years), in order to process both the operating system workload and the additional burden of caching and logging data. In addition to being engineered for long-term reliability, the DC1000B is designed to deliver enterprise-class performance with low-latency characteristics that are uncommon on customer SSDs. Available with 240GB and 480GB capacities.

Highlights ...

* PCIe NVMe M.2 (2280) Gen 3.0 x 4 SSD.
* Incredible speeds of up to 2.6 GB / s and 200K IOPS.
* NVMe for server boot workloads.
* Built-in power loss protection (PLP).
* Self-encrypting unit (SED) with 256-bit AES-XTS.

Formato M.2 2280
Interfaz NVME PCIe Gen 3.0 x4
Capacidad 4800Gb
NAND TLC 3D
Cifrado AES de 256 bits
Lectura/escritura secuencial Hasta 3.200/565 Mb/s
Lectura/escritura aleatoria 4K Hasta 205.000/20.000 IOPS
Total de bytes escritos 475 TBW
Consumo eléctrico Reposo: 1,90 W Medio en lectura: 1,74 W Medio en escritura: 4,88 W Máx. en lectura: 1,81 W Máx. en escritura: 5,47 W
Temperatura de almacenamiento 40°C ~ 85°C
Temperatura de funcionamiento 0°C ~ 70°C
Dimensiones 80 x 22 mm
Peso 9 gr
Vibraciones en servicio 2.17 G
Vibraciones fuera de servicio 20 G
MTBF 2.000.000

The Kingston Data Center DC1000B is a M.2 (2280) PCIe NVMe disk that uses the advanced Gen 3.0 x 4 PCIe interface with 64-layer 3D NAND TLC. DC1000B offers data centers an excellent value for money boot drive solution, with the assurance that you are purchasing an SSD disk designed specifically for servers. The DC1000B is especially suited for high-volume rack-mounted servers as an internal boot drive, as well as for custom systems where M.2 SSDs with built-in power loss protection (PLP) are required.

NVMe M.2 SSDs are evolving within data centers, reinforcing the efficiency of boot servers by protecting drive bays from incoming loads in the data storage process. Top-tier, private-label server OEMs are beginning to equip their server motherboards with at least one, and sometimes two, M.2 connectors for boot purposes. Although the M.2 format was originally designed as a form factor for client SSDs, its small dimensions and high performance make it attractive for use on servers. Not all SSDs are created equal, and using a client SSD in a server application can lead to poor and erratic performance.

Bootable drives are used primarily for booting operating systems, although in many cases they have a second purpose: to load application data, or to be configured as high-speed local cache drives. Accordingly, the DC1000B has been designed for a longer lifespan (0.5 DWPD for 5 years), in order to process both the operating system workload and the additional burden of caching and logging data. In addition to being engineered for long-term reliability, the DC1000B is designed to deliver enterprise-class performance with low-latency characteristics that are uncommon on customer SSDs. Available with 240GB and 480GB capacities.

Highlights ...

* PCIe NVMe M.2 (2280) Gen 3.0 x 4 SSD.
* Incredible speeds of up to 2.6 GB / s and 200K IOPS.
* NVMe for server boot workloads.
* Built-in power loss protection (PLP).
* Self-encrypting unit (SED) with 256-bit AES-XTS.

Formato M.2 2280
Interfaz NVME PCIe Gen 3.0 x4
Capacidad 4800Gb
NAND TLC 3D
Cifrado AES de 256 bits
Lectura/escritura secuencial Hasta 3.200/565 Mb/s
Lectura/escritura aleatoria 4K Hasta 205.000/20.000 IOPS
Total de bytes escritos 475 TBW
Consumo eléctrico Reposo: 1,90 W Medio en lectura: 1,74 W Medio en escritura: 4,88 W Máx. en lectura: 1,81 W Máx. en escritura: 5,47 W
Temperatura de almacenamiento 40°C ~ 85°C
Temperatura de funcionamiento 0°C ~ 70°C
Dimensiones 80 x 22 mm
Peso 9 gr
Vibraciones en servicio 2.17 G
Vibraciones fuera de servicio 20 G
MTBF 2.000.000