Intel DC P3500 SSDPE2MX020T4 2TB PCIe-3.0 x4 NVMe 2.5" SSD
Get trustworthy storage with the Intel SSDPE2MX020T4 SSD, providing inflexible usefulness and performance. With operation considerably a lot quicker than a hard disk drive (HDD), you will get quicker boot and application load times. The 2TB, 2.5 inch form factor effortlessly plugs in a new or existing workstation.
•Minimize boot and load times with Intel SSDPE2MX020T4 SSD
•Form Factor: 2.5 inch
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Hard Disk Drives (HDD) utilize an actuator arm to access information off a spinning platter. By comparison, in Intel SSDPE2MX020T4 SSDs you'll find no moving components. In addition, Intel SSDPE2MX020T4 SSD makes use of non-volatile memory, which simply indicates once the memory is not powered on it will not "forget" what was stored. So, if you need storage that leads the pack for overall performance, consistency, and productivity, the Intel SSDPE2MX020T4 SSD is the best option.
Intel SSDPE2MX020T4 SSD saves data center engineers money on hardware, shrinks rack space demands, reduces electricity consumption and power required for rack cooling, while preserving (or increasing) data-management capacity. Intel SSDPE2MX020T4 SSD boosts data using consistent low latencies, close and foreseeable IOPS distribution and committed Intel controllers.
Lightning Fast: Intel SSDPE2MX020T4 SSD is 1000x quicker than HDDs, outperforming HDDs by a proportion of 2300:1. Chill Out: Intel SSDPE2MX020T4 SSD makes use of up to 16x less electricity and produces up to 3x less thermal energy than HDDs. Built to Endure: The Intel SSDPE2MX020T4 SSD goes through over 5,000 different tests to determine quality. Solid as Diamond: Compares to HDDs with 4.5% average failure rate, the Intel SSDPE2MX020T4 SSD has a rate as low as 0.44%. More Efficient: With end-to-end data safeguards, the Intel SSDPE2MX020T4 SSD boosts uptime 99.9% of the time
GENERAL SOFTWARE ENVIRONMENTS
Intel SSDPE2MX020T4 SSD is commonly used in those facets of objective crucial services in which the performance of the storage method needed to be as high as possible. As flash memory is currently a common part of SSDs, the decreasing prices and raised densities have increased cost-effectiveness for several different applications. Businesses that can benefit from quicker access of service data include money trading organizations, telecommunication businesses, and online streaming media and video editing firms. The list of projects which could gain from faster storage is wide.