SMART Modular Introduces MDC7000 Enterprise-Class Solid State Drive
SSD Products in New EDSFF E1.S Form Factor for Storage Server and High-Performance Compute Applications
SMART Modular Technologies, a subsidiary of SMART Global Holdings, announces the MDC7000 PCIe NVMe SSD, an enterprise-class solid-state drive (SSD) product by SMART Modular designed to meet the needs of data center, high performance computing and other high-performance, high-capacity enterprise server applications.
The MDC7000 SSD product is available in the Enterprise and Data Center SSD Form Factor (EDSFF). E1.S is a new form factor standard that specifically meets the needs of high-performance compute and storage servers. SMART Modular, with its long history of innovation in leading-edge DRAM and Flash memory products for the data center and enterprise server market, is among the first in the industry to introduce a production-ready E1.S enterprise-class SSD product.
The MDC7000 EDSFF E1.S SSD is an ideal solution for capturing, storing and analyzing very large amounts of data. It is the first in a line of enterprise-class SSD products to be released by SMART Modular. The high performance SSD in E1.S form factor and 12V operation is specifically optimized for scale-out main storage in servers. The new drive fits vertically in 1U servers to provide improved cooling and maximum system capacity (up to 32 EDSFF SSDs in a 1U server). The MDC7000, EDSFF E1.S SSD supports a full range of command sets and provides the security and reliability needed for the most demanding data center and enterprise server applications.
SMART Modular Flash product director, Victor Tsai said, “EDSFF E1.S enterprise-class SSD addresses many of the deficiencies of existing SSD form factors and provides an optimal solution in storage capacity, packing efficiency, power and thermal management for data center and enterprise server applications. Backed by our renowned product reliability and exceptional technical support, SMART Modular is an ideal partner for early adopters of EDSFF storage solutions in their system designs.”
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