SSD Makes Data Centers A Bit Greener

Memblaze Technology’s PBlaze5 910/916 and low-power 510/516 series NVMe solid-state disks (SSDs) adopt the 64-layer enterprise-level 3D-NAND and support the NVMe standard protocol with a user capacity up to 15.36 TB.  The PBlaze5 910/916 series NVMe SSD features a 6-GB/s sequential read bandwidth, 1 million IOPS read performance, and an 89/11-µs read/write latency. The PBlaze5 910/916 series boasts advanced features like High-speed TRIM and Multiple-namespace, with higher QoS and more flexible. In terms of performance-to-power ratio (PPR), random read/write IOPS per watt is up to 70k/18k and sequential read/write bandwidth per watt is up to 388/212 MB/s. Under a typical workload, the PPR of the PBlaze5 910/916 series is 30% to 40% higher than that of PBlaze5 700/900 series. Additionally, users can set the power consumption of the PBlaze5 910/916 series at 1W level from 10W to 25W as needed within 1ms.

 

The PBlaze5 510/516 series NVMe SSD of the 2.5-inch size with a thickness of 15 mm and 7 mm, respectively, both have the U.2 interface, and can offer 540K IOPS and 3.2-GB/s bandwidth. The product has a typical load power consumption of 10W and idle power consumption of 4W, allowing watt-level power consumption control.

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The PBlaze5 510/516 series is available for the dual-port function. For more details, visit Memblaze.

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