Samsung Solid-State Drives

eiodotcom —  February 15, 2013 — Leave a comment

Today’s EIO post is on Samsung’s new energy-efficient solid-state drives (SSDs).

Samsung Solid-State Drives Overview

The gold standard in speed, capacity, and dependability.

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Increase energy efficiency while avoiding drive wear and tear

Samsung’s flash-based SSDs help maintain 24 x 7 uptime for mission-critical servers, RAID systems, and network-attached storage. For mobile devices, Samsung SSDs offer small form factor and light weight, together with low power consumption in active and idle modes to lengthen battery life. Because SSDs have no moving parts, they start up instantly and are not subject to the physical wear and tear that can gradually degrade the reliability of traditional hard disk drives.

 

Design advantages of Samsung SSDs include:

 

  • Accelerated read and write operations with outstanding multitasking capabilities
  • Varied interfaces enabling connections to different types of host devices
  • Exceptional durability with high shock and vibration tolerance

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Preview Some of our Products

 

135SAMSUNG MZ-7PD256BW 840 Pro Series 2.5″ 256GB SATA III MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD)

 

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category: Computers

supplier: Samsung part #: MZ-7PD256BW

Capacity: 250GB – 350GB
 Interface: SATA III  Form Factor: 2.5″
2.5″256GBSATA III
Model
Brand SAMSUNG
Series 840 Series
Model MZ-7PD256BW
Device Type Internal Solid State Drive (SSD)
Used For Consumer
Expansion / Connectivity
Form Factor
2.5″
Capacity 256GB
Interface Type SATA III
Controller Samsung MDX Controller
Height 7mm
Performance
Max Sequential Read 540 MB/s
Max Sequential Write 520 MB/s
MTBF 1,500,000 hours
Environmental
Power Consumption (Idle) 0.054W
Power Consumption (Active) 0.069W
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