Intel 750 SSDPEDMW800G4X1 800GB PCIe Gen3 x4-4GB/s HHHL Solid State Drives
Get effective storage using the Intel SSDPEDMW800G4X1 SSD, delivering unyielding value and performance. With performance visibly a lot quicker than a hard disk drive (HDD), you'll get speedier boot and application load times. The 800GB, HHHL form factor effortlessly connects in a new or current workstation.
•Interface: PCIe Gen3 x4 4Gb/s
•Reduce boot and load times with Intel SSDPEDMW800G4X1 SSD
•Form Factor: HHHL
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Hard Disk Drives (HDD) use an actuator arm to read information off a rotating platter. In contrast, in Intel SSDPEDMW800G4X1 SSDs there are no moving elements. Additionally, Intel SSDPEDMW800G4X1 SSD employs non-volatile memory, which essentially means once the memory is not powered on it will not "forget" what was in memory. So, if you like storage that leads the pack for performance, reliability, and efficiency, the Intel SSDPEDMW800G4X1 SSD is the right decision.
Intel SSDPEDMW800G4X1 SSD spares data center engineers money on hardware, reduces rack space requirements, trims power usage and power necessary for rack cooling, while sustaining (or maximizing) data-management capacity. Intel SSDPEDMW800G4X1 SSD increases data using consistent low latencies, tight and predictable IOPS distribution and committed Intel controllers.
Blazingly Fast: Intel SSDPEDMW800G4X1 SSD is 1000x quicker than HDDs, outperforming HDDs by a proportion of 2300:1. Chill Out: Intel SSDPEDMW800G4X1 SSD makes use of up to 16x less power and produces up to 3x less thermal energy than HDDs. Constructed to Endure: The Intel SSDPEDMW800G4X1 SSD goes through more than 5,000 QA tests to ensure quality. Solid as Rock: Compares to HDDs with 4.5% average failure rate, the Intel SSDPEDMW800G4X1 SSD has a rate as low as 0.44%. More Efficient: With end-to-end data protection, the Intel SSDPEDMW800G4X1 SSD increases uptime 99.9% of the time
GENERAL SERVICE SYSTEMS
Intel SSDPEDMW800G4X1 SSD is typically used in those facets of mission critical applications in which the rate of the storage system needed to be as high as conceivable. Because flash memory has become a prevalent component of SSDs, the decreasing costs and increased densities have made it more cost-effective for various programs. Organizations that can gain from quicker availability of system data include equity trading organizations, telecommunication companies, and online streaming media and video editing firms. The list of services which may benefit from faster storage is vast.