Move to more efficient storage while preserving your legacy infrastructure. Replacing HDDs with the Intel® SSD D3-S4510 and D3-S4610 Series based on 64-layer Intel® 3D NAND TLC, reduces the storage operating cost, accelerates read-intensive workloads at higher service levels and improves overall system reliability and flexibility.
These reliable SSDs meet demanding service level requirements while increasing server efficiency. Innovative SATA firmware and the latest generation of Intel® 3D NAND make SSD D3-S4510 and D3-S4610 compatible with existing SATA setups for an easy storage upgrade.
Reduce Operating Cost While Preserving Infrastructure Investment
Built for compatibility in legacy infrastructures, the SSD D3-S4510 and D3-S4610 minimize the costs associated with modernizing your data center. Available in a variety of capacities, from 240GB up to 7.68TB, in a standard 2.5-inch form factor, the larger capacity drives consume up to 6x lower power3 and have up to 6x lower cooling3 requirements than 2.5-inch HDDs. The SSD D3-S4510 and D3-S4610 also enable 3.2x more data to be stored in the same amount of space.2
Accelerate Read-Intensive Workloads with Power-Efficient Performance
Simply by integrating SSDs into the environment, organizations can improve server agility with up to 300x more IOPS/TB4 than HDDs, supporting more users and better services to grow the business without expanding the server footprint. Additionally, the Flex Workload feature enables a common drive type to cover more workloads with flexible capacity, flexible endurance, and flexible power-efficient performance.
Improve System Reliability and Flexibility
The reliability of the SSD D3-S4510 and D3-S4610 reduces the need for drive replacement that is necessary with HDDs. With a 4.2x lower annualized failure rate (AFR) compared to HDDs, IT departments will spend less time and expense replacing or upgrading storage devices.5 Equally important, once the SSDs are installed, the innovative SATA firmware completes updates without reset, reducing downtime.