Kingston Digital, Inc., Flash memory business unit of Kingston Technology, Inc., a global leader in the design and manufacture of storage devices, announced the start of shipments of Data Center 450R DC450R enterprise-class solid-state drives. New high performance 6Gb/s SATA SSD with 3D TLC NAND flash memory designed for read-intensive environments.
This server-optimized device offers excellent performance and highly predictable I/O and latency, which is one of the most important criteria nowadays when choosing an SSD for the data center. DC450R is designed in strict accordance with Kingston’s QoS123 requirements, so it provides a consistently high level of performance on various tasks associated with reading and caching data.
The drive is designed for uninterrupted 24/7 operation in environments such as CDN content delivery network , edge computing and software-defined storage architecture. The DC450R has a specialized feature set that allows data centers to choose the most economical and suitable SSD for their type of workload. Customers who manufacture products and solutions and sign SLAs service level agreements want consistent results, so the DC450R could become the new standard for system builders and cloud service providers for high-performance, low-cost and, most importantly, reliable SSDs.
“Today’s data centers and workloads require SSDs that have a specialized feature set and are suitable for read-intensive environments,” said Keith Schimmenti, head of SSDs for the enterprise segment at Kingston. – Our DC450R meets those needs and gives data center executives the flexibility to choose the right SSD for their workload without paying excessive write speeds. High I/O and predictably low latency deliver consistent performance for both server applications and user interface speeds.”.
The DC450R SSD is available in 480GB and 960GB capacities, as well as 1.92TB and 3.84TB4, and is protected by a five-year limited warranty with free technical support and Kingston’s legendary quality.
For more information, visit the Kingston website