ADATA Launches SR2000 Enterprise-Class SSD Series

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June 29, 2018

 

ADATA Technology today launched its new enterprise-class SR2000 series solid state drives (SSD), which include the SR2000SP U.2 PCIe and SR2000CP PCIe HHHL AIC SSDs. These SSDs are built on 3D eTLC NAND Flash technology to offer superb transfer rates, higher capacities, and added endurance. In addition, they come with value-added scalable over-provisioning (OP) software to give IT managers the flexibility to set OP capacity.

ADATA SR2000SP U.2 PCIe SSD

ADATA SR2000SP U.2 (2.5”) solid state drives implement 3D enterprise TLC NAND Flash technology for superb transfer rates, including random read and write speeds of up to 830,000 and 140,000 IOPS respectively, and sequential read and write speeds of up to 3,500MB per second. The SSDs offer excellent power efficiency and compatibility across diverse storage applications that require security, convenience, and performance. To meet the ever-growing data volumes being handled in the context of enterprise servers, hyperscale computing, data centers, big data analytics, and others applications, the SR2000SP come with up to 11TB of capacity. For added versatility, the SR2000SP is accompanied with a scalable over-provisioning (OP) software that gives IT managers the flexibility to set OP capacity for enhancing SSD performance and endurance. The SSDs also support hot swapping to cause minimal impact to system operations, and feature TRIM command support in Windows. Purpose-made for enterprise applications, the SSDs undergo rigorous quality controls to ensure excellent reliability and durability – providing customers consistent performance and great value for money.

ADATA SR2000CP PCIe HHHL AIC SSD

ADATA SR2000CP PCIe HHHL AIC solid state drives are likewise built on 3D eTLC NAND Flash technology, offer up to 11TB of capacity, come with scalable over-provisioning (OP) software, and feature TRIM command support. They deliver excellent sequential read and write speeds of up to 6,000MB and 3,800MB per second respectively, and random read and write speeds of 1 million and 150,000 IOPS respectively. With support for LDPC ECC technology and DRAM cache buffer, ADATA’s AIC SSDs maintain the consistency and high performance required for enterprise and industrial applications.

 

ADATA SR2000 series SSDs are equipped with safeguards to guarantee data integrity and security, including power loss protection, AES 256-bit encryption, data path protection, support for S.M.A.R.T, and shock and vibration resistance.

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