Intel DC P4500 SSDPE2KX040T701 4TB PCIE-3.1 x4 2.5" Solid State Drive
Own reliable storage using the Intel SSDPE2KX040T701 SSD, providing uncompromising value and operation. With operation dramatically much faster than a hard disk drive (HDD), youâ€™ll gain quicker boot and program load times. The 4TB, 2.5 inch form factor easily connects in a new or existing server.
•Interface: PCIe Gen3.1 x4 4Gb/s
•Minimize boot and load times with Intel SSDPE2KX040T701 SSD
•Form Factor: 2.5 inch
SHOP FOR INTEL SSDs
Hard Disk Drives (HDD) utilize a mechanical arm to access data off a spinning platter. In contrast, in Intel SSDPE2KX040T701 SSDs you'll find no mechanical pieces. In addition, Intel SSDPE2KX040T701 SSD uses non-volatile memory, which basically indicates when the memory is switched off it will not delete what was recorded. So, if you like storage that will lead the pack for overall performance, reliability, and productivity, the Intel SSDPE2KX040T701 SSD is the ideal solution.
Intel SSDPE2KX040T701 SSD saves data center engineers money on components, shrinks rack space demands, cuts power consumption and power necessary for rack cooling, while maintaining (or improving) data-handling capacity. Intel SSDPE2KX040T701 SSD boosts data with consistent low latencies, tight and foreseeable IOPS distribution and dedicated Intel controllers.
Blazingly Fast: Intel SSDPE2KX040T701 SSD is 1000x faster than HDDs, outperforming HDDs by a ratio of 2300:1. Keep Cool: Intel SSDPE2KX040T701 SSD makes use of up to 16x less electricity and releases up to 3x less heat than HDDs. Constructed to Last: The Intel SSDPE2KX040T701 SSD undergoes over 5,000 QA tests to confirm quality. Solid as Rock: Compares to HDDs with 4.5% average failure rate, the Intel SSDPE2KX040T701 SSD has a rate as low as 0.44%. More Efficient: With end-to-end data protection, the Intel SSDPE2KX040T701 SSD increases uptime 99.9% of the time
COMMON SOFTWARE ENVIRONMENTS
Intel SSDPE2KX040T701 SSD is mainly utilized in those parts of mission vital services in which the speed of the storage strategy required to be as fast as conceivable. Considering flash memory is actually a standard component of SSDs, the dropping costs and increased densities have made it more cost-effective for many other programs. Companies that can take advantage from quicker access of application data include money trading businesses, telecommunication companies, and web streaming media and video editing firms. The list of installations which could benefit from quicker storage is enormous.