Intel DC S3710 SSDSC2BA400G401 400GB SATA 6Gb/s 2.5" Solid State Drive
Own trustworthy storage utilizing the Intel SSDSC2BA400G401 SSD, delivering inflexible usefulness and performance. With functionality noticeably a lot faster than a hard disk drive (HDD), you'll gain faster boot and software load times. The 400GB, NA form factor effortlessly docks in a new or current server.
•Interface: SATA 6Gb/s
•Decrease boot and load times with Intel SSDSC2BA400G401 SSD
•Form Factor: 2.5 inch
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Hard Disk Drives (HDD) utilize a mechanical arm to read data off a spinning platter. By comparison, in Intel SSDSC2BA400G401 SSDs there are no mechanical pieces. Furthermore, Intel SSDSC2BA400G401 SSD employs non-volatile memory, which essentially means when the memory is turned off it won't delete what was recorded. So, if you like storage that directs the pack for performance, reliability, and functionality, the Intel SSDSC2BA400G401 SSD is the ideal solution.
Intel SSDSC2BA400G401 SSD spares data center operators money on hardware, decreases rack space demands, lowers power usage and power needed for rack cooling, while preserving (or maximizing) data-management capacity. Intel SSDSC2BA400G401 SSD boosts data using constant low latencies, tight and foreseeable IOPS distribution and committed Intel controllers.
Lightning Fast: Intel SSDSC2BA400G401 SSD is 1000x faster than HDDs, surpassing HDDs by a order of magnitude of 2300:1. Keep Cool: Intel SSDSC2BA400G401 SSD uses up to 16x less electricity and releases up to 3x less thermal energy than HDDs. Built to Last: The Intel SSDSC2BA400G401 SSD goes through over 5,000 different tests to ensure quality. Solid as Diamond: Compares to HDDs with 4.5% average failure rate, the Intel SSDSC2BA400G401 SSD has a rate as low as 0.44%. More Economical: With end-to-end data protection, the Intel SSDSC2BA400G401 SSD maximizes uptime 99.9% of the time
GENERAL SERVICE ENVIRONMENTS
Intel SSDSC2BA400G401 SSD is mainly used in those parts of mission critical projects where the speed of the storage system needed to be as fast as possible. As flash memory has grown to become a typical element of SSDs, the falling costs and increased densities have made it more cost-effective for various programs. Companies that can benefit from quicker access of system data include money trading organizations, telecommunication corporations, and web streaming media and video editing firms. The list of projects which might benefit from faster storage is limitless.