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SAS/PCIe 4.0 – The Reliable Standard for Enterprise SSD

SAS/PCIe 4.0 – The Reliable Standard for Enterprise SSD

The Solid State Drive (SSD) market is expected to grow rapidly in 2019. Amphenol ICC’s 68 position SAS/PCIe 4.0, connectors come with 16GT/s (PCIe lanes) and 24Gb/s (SAS lanes) speeds to meet the demands of next-generation servers. It supports both NVMe and SAS protocols over four PCIe lanes. While M.2 and SATA connectors support client SSDs, SAS/PCIe 4 [Read more]

Solid State Drive and Mezzanine products under PCIe Gen 4

Solid State Drive and Mezzanine products under PCIe Gen 4

Enterprise SSDs offer enhanced endurance and power features to keep mission-critical environments up and running. Amphenol ICC offers an extended range of Solid State Drive (SSD) interconnect solutions based on 4th generation PCIe standards.

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Prepare For Next-Generation Solid State Drives (SSDs)

Prepare For Next-Generation Solid State Drives (SSDs)

SSD form factors are constantly improving to meet the enhanced application demands. We previously discussed the earlier and existing SSD form factors like U.2, PCIe-based AIC, mSATA, mPCIe, and M.2. However, with the advancements in technology, its high time to prepare for next-generation SSDs. 

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Finding the Right Enterprise Solid State Drives (SSDs)

Finding the Right Enterprise Solid State Drives (SSDs)

Finding the ideal SSD for enterprise environments is not easy. Choosing the wrong interface type can limit the performance of the SSD, a wrong endurance rating can affect its life. Enterprise architectures are huge, and a wrong decision could prove fatal.  One other major criterion that affects your choice of SSD is its form factor.

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Understanding Enterprise Solid State Drives (SSDs)

Understanding Enterprise Solid State Drives (SSDs)

From mobile devices, laptops, to hyperscale data centers, the usage of storage devices in these equipment are well embedded in our daily lives. Though Hard Disk Drives (HDDs) were commonly used as a storage solution in early days, with the introduction of ultrabooks and other compact computing devices, Solid State Drives (SSDs) will soon overshadow its predecessor and expect to dominate market share.

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