SanDisk x600 SD9TN8W-256G 256GB SATA 6Gb/s M.2 SED Solid State Drive
Get effective storage you can rely on with the SanDisk SD9TN8W-256G SSD, delivering uncompromising value and performance. With overall performance noticeably faster than a hard disk drive (HDD), you'll get speedier boot and faster application load times. The 256GB, M.2 form factor easily connects into your new or existing computing system
•Interface: SATA 6Gb/s
•Boot and load faster with SanDisk SD9TN8W-256G SSD
•Form Factor: M.2
SHOP FOR SanDisk SSDs
Hard Disk Drives (HDD) use a mechanical arm to move around and read information from a spinning platter. By contrast, In SanDisk SD9TN8W-256G SSD there are no moving parts. In addition, SanDisk SD9TN8W-256G SSD uses non-volatile memory space, which actually means that when the memory space is turned off it won't forget what was stored. So, if you want storage that will lead the pack for performance, consistency, and efficiency, the SanDisk SD9TN8W-256G SSD is the right choice.
SanDisk SD9TN8W-256G SSD saves data centre operators money on hardware, decrease rack space requirement, cut energy consumption and power expected for rack cooling, while maintaining (or increasing) data-handling capacity. SanDisk SD9TN8W-256G SSD accelerate data with constantly low latencies, tight and predictable IOPS distribution and committed SanDisk controllers.
•Lightning Fast: SanDisk SD9TN8W-256G SSD is thousand times faster than HDDs outperforming HDDs by a magnitude of 2300:1.
•Keep Cool: SanDisk SD9TN8W-256G SSD uses up to 16x less energy and generate up to 3x less heat than HDDs.
•Built to Last: The SanDisk SD9TN8W-256G SSD undergoes over 5.000 unique tests to ensure quality.
•Solid as Rock: Compares to HDDs with 4.5% average failure rate, the SanDisk SD9TN8W-256G SSD has a rate of 0.44%.
•More Efficient: With end-to-end data protection, the SanDisk SD9TN8W-256G SSD maximises uptime 99.9% of the time.
GENERAL APPLICATION ENVIRONMENTS
SanDisk SD9TN8W-256G SSD is mainly used in those areas of mission vital applications where the speed of the storage system needed to be as high as possible. Since flash memory has become a common component of SSDs, the falling prices and increased densities have made it more cost-effective for many other applications. Companies that can benefit from faster access of system data include equity trading businesses, telecommunication businesses, and online streaming media and video editing firms. The list of applications which could benefit from faster storage is vast.