Intel DC P4600 SSDPEDKE020T701 2TB PCIE-3.1 x4 2.5" Solid State Drive
Get dependable storage with the Intel SSDPEDKE020T701 SSD, supplying inexorable advantage and operation. With overall performance significantly faster than a hard disk drive (HDD), you will get faster boot and program load times. The 2TB, 2.5 inch form factor effortlessly plugs into a new or existing computing system.
•Interface: PCIe Gen3.1 x4 4Gb/s
•Decrease boot and load times with Intel SSDPEDKE020T701 SSD
•Form Factor: 2.5 inch
SHOP FOR INTEL SSDs
Hard Disk Drives (HDD) use an actuator arm to read data from a spinning platter. In comparison, in Intel SSDPEDKE020T701 SSDs you'll find no moving pieces. Furthermore, Intel SSDPEDKE020T701 SSD utilizes non-volatile memory, which essentially means once the memory is turned off it will not "forget" what was stored. So, if you want storage that will lead the pack for performance, stability, and productivity, the Intel SSDPEDKE020T701 SSD is the ideal option.
Intel SSDPEDKE020T701 SSD saves data center managers money on equipment, reduces rack space demands, reduces power consumption and power needed for rack cooling, while maintaining (or maximizing) data-management capacity. Intel SSDPEDKE020T701 SSD accelerates data with reliable low latencies, tight and predictable IOPS distribution and dedicated Intel controllers.
Lightning Fast: Intel SSDPEDKE020T701 SSD is a thousand times faster than HDDs, exceeding HDDs by a order of magnitude of 2300:1. Keep Cool: Intel SSDPEDKE020T701 SSD makes use of up to 16x less energy and generates up to 3x less thermal energy than HDDs. Constructed to Endure: The Intel SSDPEDKE020T701 SSD goes through over 5,000 QA assessments to guarantee quality. Solid as Diamond: Compares to HDDs with 4.5% average failure rate, the Intel SSDPEDKE020T701 SSD has a rate as low as 0.44%. More Economical: With end-to-end data protection, the Intel SSDPEDKE020T701 SSD maximizes uptime 99.9% of the time
COMMON APPLICATION ENVIRONMENTS
Intel SSDPEDKE020T701 SSD is commonly used in those aspects of mission critical projects in which the performance of the storage strategy needed to be as fast as possible. Because flash memory is currently a prevalent part of SSDs, the falling prices and increased densities have increased cost-effectiveness for various programs. Institutions that can benefit from quicker access of system data include money investing companies, telecommunication companies, and online streaming media and video editing firms. The list of installations which can gain from faster storage is limitless.