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Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Intel Aims At Datacenters With Low-cost S3500 SSD Series


Intel today announced the Intel Solid-State Drive DC S3500 Series, its latest solid-state drive (SSD) for data centers and cloud computing.

Designed for read-intensive applications such as Web hosting, cloud computing and data center virtualization, the Intel DC S3500 Series has been designed to replace traditional hard disk drives (HDD).

The new SSDs combine 20nm Intel NAND Flash Memory technology with SATA 6 Gb/s interface support to deliver sequential read speeds of up to 500 MB/s and sequential write speeds of up to 450 MB/s and a tight distribution of input/outputs per second with low maximum latencies. Random read performance can go up to 75,000 input-output operations per second, according to Intel.

The Intel SSD DC S3500 Series also includes data protection features to address IT and data center professional's concerns of data loss. Built-in capacitors provide a short period of backup power to the drive allowing it to finish operations in the event of power loss. The drives also use 256-bit AES encryption for data protection.

The new SSDs will be offered in capacities ranging from 80 GB to 800GB and both 2.5 and 1.8 inch form factors. Available through Intel distributors and resellers, the Intel DC S3500 Series is offered at the suggested channel price of $115 for a 1.8-inch 80GB drive and $979 for a 2.5-inch 800GB drive. It is also accompanied by a 5-year warranty.

Capacity Sequential Read/Write (up to) Random 4KB Read (up to)/Write (up to) Form Factor
80GB SATA 6 Gb/s      340 MB/s / 100 MB/s 70,000 IOPS / 7,000 IOPS 2.5-inch SATA
120GB SATA 6 Gb/s      445 MB/s / 135 MB/s
75,000 IOPS / 4,600 IOPS 2.5-inch SATA
160GB SATA 6 Gb/s      475 MB/s / 175 MB/s 75,000 IOPS / 7,500 IOPS 2.5-inch SATA
240GB SATA 6 Gb/s      500 MB/s / 260 MB/s
75,000 IOPS / 7,500 IOPS 2.5-inch SATA
300GB SATA 6 Gb/s      500 MB/s / 315 MB/s 75,000 IOPS / 9,000 IOPS 2.5-inch SATA
400GB SATA 6 Gb/s      500 MB/s / 380 MB/s
75,000 IOPS / 11,000 IOPS 2.5-inch SATA
480GB SATA 6 Gb/s      500 MB/s / 410 MB/s
75,000 IOPS / 11,000 IOPS 2.5-inch SATA
800GB SATA 6 Gb/s      500 MB/s / 450 MB/s
75,000 IOPS / 11,500 IOPS 2.5-inch SATA


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