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Intel Introduces The P3100, The Frist M.2 NVMe SSD For Data Centers

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Even though storage is getting increasingly denser, data centers are still growing. With this growth in data centers, companies are looking for different methods for saving costs while keeping data safe and performance high. NVMe has shown itself to be the highest performing interface and currently there isn’t a smaller form factor than M.2. The Intel SSD DC P3100 Series comes with the benefits one would expect from NVMe SSDs along with low power consumption (a power draw of only 10 milliwatts with an active power of 5.5 watts). The P3100 has been validated for the most common data center use cases including boot, search indexing, edge caching, and web hosting.

 

Intel Introduces The P3100, The Frist M.2 NVMe SSD For Data Centers

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" While a few motherboards support it, the penetration is overall very low and something that will require more server support if M.2 is to gain mindshare in the enterprise."

Would the following adapter line up properly with 2.5" backplanes:

http://www.sybausa.com/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=884&search=SY-ADA40112

Today, the latter website was UP and DOWN, so I'll add the Newegg link:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817801139&Tpk=N82E16817801139

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