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- PCIe Gen4x4 interface: read/write up to 7400/6400MB/s CAPACITY: 4TB | M.2 2280 | With Heatsink Aluminum heatsink design can reduce temperatures up to 20% SLC caching and DRAM cache buffer E2E Data Protection and RAID Engine
- Minimalist and streamline capless design
- Easy retractable design
- Plug and play interface
- • Load, edit and transfer with sustained read and write speeds of up to 2,000MB/s.1
- • Stay cool with its advanced thermal solution. 2
- • Whether you’re using a desktop or a gaming console3
- , count on the T9 Portable SSD for
- • With up to 4TB capacity, the T9 Portable SSD offers plenty of storage space making it a
- safe bet for capturing all your creative endeavors.
- 7200 RPM 256MB Cache SATA 6.0Gb/s For Enterprise Storage
- Max Sequential Read:Up to 3500 MBps
- Max Sequential Write:Up to 3000 MBps
- SLC caching accelerates burst performance
- Opal Data Encryption
- L1.2 power mode support for ultra-low power consumption
- NVMe Security Erase support
- NVMe Deallocate function support (NVMe equivalent of TRIM command)
- High-reliability 3D TLC NAND flash
- S.M.A.R.T. support
- USB 3.2 Gen 1 High-Speed Transmission Interface
- Easy Thumb Activated Capless Design
- Graceful and Minimalist Design
- SATA III
- M.2 2280
- 3D NAND
- PCI-Express 3.0 x4
- Hyper performance read/write speeds up to 7400/6900MB/s -- up to 45X faster than standard hard drives, 13X faster than SATA SSDs, and 2X faster than the previous generation 4TB M.2 NVMe Use your VENOM8 as your SSD for PS5. Load games faster than stock PS5 hard drive and store over 100 directly playable games with VENOM8 NVMe 4TB SSD Easily install VENOM8 4TB SSD M.2 into any Gen 4 motherboards. Backward compatible with PCIe Gen 3,2,1. The ultimate M.2 SSD for PC and laptop gamers, video editors, and creative professionals VENOM8 is infused with Micron's 176-Layer 3D NAND technology and SK Hynix DDR4 DRAM Cache. VENOM8 is equipped with TRIM support, SMART (Self-Monitoring, Analysis, and Reporting Technology), APST, and LDPC ECC Algorithm Reliability & security - Up to 3000TBW endurance, 1.6 Million Hours of MTBF, and 5 years of warranty with product registration. Secured with End-to-End Data Path Protection and AES 256-bit encryption
- SCALABLE: Run big data applications to meet hyperscale demands
- EFFICIENT: Get consistent performance with low latency and repeatable response times with enhanced caching
- HIGH CAPACITY: Support data analytics capabilities and other dense architectures for highest rack-space efficiency
- COST EFFECTIVE: Optimize TCO with the lowest cost per terabyte
- RELIABLE: Enjoy extended reliability with 2.5M-hour MTBF and 5-year limited warranty
- Blazing-fast speeds up to 7000 MB/s with excellent power efficiency
- The P44 Pro is ideal for intense performance workloads where speed matters; such as gaming, content creation, video editing and data analysis.
- PCIe Generation 4, 22mm x 80mm M.2 form factor, NVMe verson 1.4 SSD available in 512GB, 1TB and 2TB capacities.
- High Endurance and Reliability with a five-year warranty.
- Pair the P44 Pro SSD with free and downloadable Solidigm Synergy software for added performance and faster access to your files and programs
- Solidigm was founded in 2021 after Intel sold its SSD and NAND business to SK hynix. Backed by decades of SSD innovation and market leadership, Solidigm SSDs deliver world-class performance and reliability you can trust.
- Comply with new UHS-I U3 specifications A2 qualified - help to install and run APPs faster V30 video speed class: can record a minimum 30MB of video per second High compatibility across multiple devices: smartphones, tablets, digital cameras, and video recorders Support Full HD 1080p and Ultra HD 4K recording and playback Rugged durability: waterproof, shockproof, antistatic, X-ray proof, and wide temperature support (-25 to 85 celsius degree)
Data Storage Solutions for your Organization
There are a myriad of data storage options, from portable USB flash drives to large network attached storage drives. If you are planning to expand your organization’s data storage capabilities, you should know what options are available. NeweggBusiness will outline several popular internal and external data storage solutions.
Hard Disk Drives (HDD)
Internal desktop hard drives come in a wide range of capacities, with some offering as much as 4 terabytes (TB). In terms of speed, they can range from 5,400 RPM on the lower end to as high as 15,000 RPM. Between those two speeds, 7,200 RPM is considered a good median.
In recent years, solid state drives (SSDs) have become popular alternatives to hard drives for users that want faster data transfer speeds. However, hard drives have the advantage of being available in larger capacities and offering more gigabytes of storage space per dollar.
Laptop hard drives are sometimes referred to as 2.5 inch hard drives. But their dimensions are actually 3.9 inches (length) × 2.7 inches (width), with thickness varying slightly. Laptop hard drives usually have speeds of 5,400 RPM or 7,200 RPM.
Some 2.5 inch hard drives have 10,000 RPM and higher rotational speeds, but they tend to be advertised as enterprise hard drives and not laptop hard drives.
External hard drives are excellent solutions for backing up and sharing large amounts of data. They can come in a wide range of capacities, dimensions, and connection types. The most common connection type for external hard drives is USB, followed by eSATATM and FireWire® (IEEE 1394). Many external hard drives can be powered solely by the main data connector, but some may require a separate power source.
A network attached storage drive is a type of external hard drive that connects directly to a network rather than to a computer. NAS drives have specialized hardware and software that allow them to act as file servers for an entire network so that users can store and share files amongst each other. Many NAS devices are expandable and allow you to use your own hard drives so you can scale capacity to your network’s needs.
The term optical storage describes any type of data storage that can be read and written with a laser. This includes, but is not limited to CDs, DVDs, and Blu-ray discs™. In terms of capacity and speed, optical media can vary widely. NeweggBusiness lists the maximum capacities for three of the most common optical storage standards below.
- 25 GB (single-layer)
- 50 GB (dual-layer)
- 128 GB (BDXL™)
- 4.7 GB (single-layer)
- 8.7 GB (dual-layer)
- 9.4 GB (double-sided, single-layer)
- 800 MB
Solid State Drives (SSD)
Internal solid state drives are popular alternatives to hard drives, as they generally have higher data transfer rates, run nearly silent, do not vibrate, and produce little heat. However, they offer less storage space per dollar compared to hard drives. In addition, capacities for internal SSDs tend to be smaller than hard drives. There are some internal SSDs that offer several terabytes of storage space, but they generally fall under the category of enterprise SSDs.
Solid state drives for desktops and laptops are excellent for general office tasks, but they are not optimized for data centers and servers. For those purposes, enterprise-grade SSDs are better choices. Some of the key differences between enterprise and consumer SSDs include increased mean times between failures (MTBF), more endurance during sustained workloads, the ability to perform error checks without sacrificing performance, and availability in larger capacities.
Compared to hard drives and solid state drives, tape drives are a slightly older data storage technology. Tape drives utilize removable magnetic tape cartridges to store data. This method of storage has two advantages. The first is that tape cartridges have a low cost per GB and the second is that they have data transfer rates that can exceed those of optical media.
Though it is a more mature method of data storage, tape media storage is still actively developed and supported. The latest tape media standard is known as linear tape-open 6 (LTO-6) and features a maximum data transfer rate of up to 400 MBps.
There are many different memory card standards, each available in a range of storage capacities. Some memory card standards can be mere millimeters thick. Due to their size and portability, they are excellent data storage solutions for sharing files. Some devices, such as digital cameras and MP3 players, utilize memory cards for storing media to be played or transferred onto a computer later.
USB flash drives are removable data storage devices like memory cards, except that they connect to USB ports and do not need card readers. Convenient and portable, they are available in a range of storage capacities and sizes. Because they do not require card readers, they are a great data storage solution for sharing files.