Kingston Digital has announced the release of a new SSD for data centers. The DC1000B in M.2 NVMe form factor is suitable for servers equipped with one or two M.2 NVMe slots. SSD
Designed in 22mm x 80mm (2280) form factor, it incorporates built-in power loss protection and has an endurance of 0.5 DWPD. The Kingston DC1000B boasts up to 2.6 GB / s
and 200,000 IOPS, and is designed for downloading, caching and logging applications.
The drive is designed specifically for new servers, both white box and OEM manufacturers of Tier 1 servers that use M.2 NVMe SSDs to boot. novelty too
can be configured as a local cache.
The DC1000B is a high performance solid state NVMe drive with 256-bit AES encryption that uses the PCIe Gen 3.0 x 4 interface with 3D TLC NAND. The novelty will become an economical boot
storage for data centers, as it is intended for use on the server. The disk is suitable for use on high volume servers as internal
bootable storage, as well as in specialized systems.
The SSD is available in 240GB and 480GB capacities and comes with a limited five-year warranty, free technical support. The 240 GB drive has a consistent read speed
2,200 MB / s, read – 290 MB / s, and 111,000 / 12,000 IOPS (read / write, 4K blocks). The 480 GB drive has 3,200 MB / s and 565 MB / s respectively, as well as 205,000 / 20,000 IOPS (read / write, 4K blocks).
The average reading delay is 191 µs, while writing is 75 µs.
The dimensions of the discs are 80 mm x 22 mm x 3.8 mm, weighing 8 and 9 grams, respectively.
Number of rewrite cycles (TBW):
240 GB – 248 TBW
480 GB – 475 TBW
240 GB: 1.82 watts in standby, 1.71 watts on average, 3.16 watts on average, 1.81 watts on maximum, 3.56 watts on maximum
480 GB: standby time – 1.90 watts, average reading – 1.74 watts, average writing – 4.88 watts, maximum reading – 1.81 watts, maximum writing – 5.47 watts
Storage temperature: -40 ° C ~ 85 ° C
Operating temperature: 0 ° C ~ 70 ° C
Withstand vibration at work: maximum 2.17 G (7-800 Hz)
Standby vibration: maximum 20G (10-2000Hz)
Rejection time: 2 million hours
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