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Feed I/O-Starved Apps with New Data Center SSDsThe Intel® Solid-State Drive DC S3700 Series offers the next generation of data center SSDs, combining fast consistent performance with high endurance, and strong data protection.Fast and Consistent PerformanceDeliver data at a breakneck pace, with consistently low latencies and tight IOPS distribution. The Intel® Solid-State Drive (Intel® SSD) DC S3700 Series delivers superior performance with 4KB random read performance of up to 75,000 IOPS and 4KB random write performance of up to 36,000 IOPS. With a 10% input/output operations per second (IOPS) distribution and max latencies of <500µs for 99.9% of the time, the DC S3700 Series will ensure quick and consistent command response times. All this performance delivered with low active power consumption (less than or equal to 6 watts) means this Intel SSD will help reduce your overall energy costs—making it an excellent value for data center storage applications upgrades.Stress-free data protectionProtect your data center applications with multiple secure checkpoints providing protection against data loss and corruption. The Intel SSD DC S3700 Series combines features to provide an SSD you can count on.Read the full Feed I/O-Starved Apps with New Data Center SSDs Product Brief.
Anand Shimpi leads a roundtable discussion on advances in SSDs and NVMe* architecture.
Explains the Intel® SSD feature Power Loss Imminent Technology and how to protect data during a power loss.
Intel® SSDs can wear out at a predictable rate, but data is recoverable, unlike with hard drives.
At the size of a stick of RAM, the new form factor delivers the same performance as larger models.
The souped-up Intel® SSD 530 Series offers superior performance technology for gaming excellence.
Video: Speed up application loading, system boot times, and frequently-accessed software.