Intel Today launches it's Optane DC P4800X-SSD With 3D XPoint storage memory, the first unit released will be for servers and has a 375GB capacity with a price of roughly 1500 USD this 4 USD per GB.
This first pci-e 3.0 x4 nvme Optane DC P4800X SSDs will get a capacity of 375 GB with 2400 MB/s reads, and up to 2000 MB/s writes.
Intel claims that endurance should be better then traditional NAND, up-to 20 times better. But that's a claim that is easy to make of course. Despit the numbers, Intel only gives three years warranty and an endurance of 30 dwpd (drive writes per day)
Intel will be targeting several channels with this product range, including enterprise. The technical slides show a data-center targeted Optane DC P4800X SSD were leaked to the web. The DC P4800X SSD (codename Cold Stream) will be a low-profile PCI-Express add-on card (AIC) form-factor tied to a PCI-Express 3.0 x4 slot. This unit will offer sequential 2400 MB/s reads and up-to 2000 MB/s writes. This Optane DC P4800X 375 GB AIC SSD would offer over 20 times the endurance of comparable enterprise SSDsThey claim 30 full SSD writes per day (DWPD) with over 12 petabytes (that's 12,000 TB) total bytes written (TBW), which is an incredible number of course.
The unit would do 550,000 IOPS 4K random reads, and up to 500,000 IOPS 4K random.
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