Intel has reported some new items with which it means to change stockpiling in the server farm. Its declaration concerned three product offerings; the new “Ruler” shape factor SSDs, Double Port SSDs, and SATA SSDs for server farms. Presumably, the most intriguing piece of the declaration was the discussion of the Ruler SSDs, which do without a doubt look like rulers, however, are somewhat fatter, so are presumably more much the same as a soul level.
The Ruler frame factor was intended to enhance information stockpiling in servers. Its name gets from the long thin shape and it “shifts stockpiling from the Heritage 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch frame factors that take after customary hard plate drives, and the include card shape factor, which exploits PCIe card openings, and conveys on the guarantee of non-unpredictable capacity advances to take out limitations in shape and size,” says Intel.
Utilizing Ruler SSDs will improve utilization of the server stockpiling limit, and are additionally advanced for cooling and power utilization. These SSDs will utilize Intel’s 3D NAND innovation will empower up to 1PB out of a 1U server. Intel portrays that limit as being sufficient for 300,000 HD motion pictures, or 70 years of constant excitement.
Intel intends to discharge both 3D NAND SSDs and Octane SSDs in the Ruler shape factor “soon”.
Double Port Intel Optane SSDs and Intel 3D NAND SSDs are intended to supplant SAS SSDs and HDDs and, with new capacity advancements, convey more IOPS, more transfer speed and lower idleness than SAS SSDs. Double port Intel SSD DC D4500, D4502 and D4600 Arrangement are expected for discharge in Q3 this year.
At last, Intel is presenting the SSD DC S4500 and S4600 Arrangement for server farms. These join “another Intel-created SATA controller, imaginative SATA firmware and the business’ most noteworthy thickness 32-layer 3D NAND”. Intel figures these will be alluring items to those proposing to safeguard heritage foundation. Presented over, the Intel SSD DC S4600 and DC S4500 Arrangement are said to be accessible promptly.