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Kingston releases 7Gbps data centre SSD

by on09 May 2023

DC600M ready for action

Kingston Digital has introduced a line of enterprise SSDs optimised for mixed-use workloads.

DC600M is 6Gbps SATA 3.0 storage with 3D TLC NAND, suited for high-volume rack-mount servers.

The drive includes hardware-based on-board power loss protection via power loss capacitors to protect data against unexpected power failure reducing the risk of data loss and ensures the drive successfully re-initialises on the next system power-up. In addition, DC600M is AES 256-bit encrypted.

The DC600M data centre SSD is available in 480GB, 960GB, 1920GB, 3840GB, and 7680GB capacities.

The DC600M is designed for system integrators, hyperscale data centres, and cloud service providers, and boasts predictable low latencies over a wide range of read and write workloads.

It comes with AES 256-bit encryption, making it the optimal data centre storage solution for organisations that require enterprise-class reliability and strict QoS requirements.

Kingston claims the following performance.

Sequential Read/Write:
480GB – 560MBs/470MBs
960GB – 560MBs/530MBs
1920GB – 560MBs/530MBs
3840GB – 560MBs/530MBs
7680GB – 560MBs/530MBs
Steady State 4k Random Read/Write:
480GB – 94,000/41,000 IOPS
960GB – 94,000/65,000 IOPS
1920GB – 94,000/78,000 IOPS
3840GB – 94,000/59,000 IOPS
7680GB – 94,000/34,000 IOPS

No word on pricing yet.

Last modified on 09 May 2023
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