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      Enterprise SSD MZWLL800HEHP (PM1725a)

      MZWLL800HEHP

      Samsung Enterprise Solid State Drives (SSDs) are being used increasingly as data storage media in computing, communication, and multimedia devices. Most SSDs use NAND Flash memory as the storage media, which is capable of retaining data without an external power supply. A typical SSD consists of two main components: the data storage device and a controller for the storage device that acts as an interface between the SSD and the host system. The SSD controller manages the interfaces from both the host side and the device side, which includes mapping bad data blocks, caching read/write data, and error checking and correction (ECC); and the controller's built-in ROM contains the firmware needed to control the drive. An SSD is an example of an embedded system, and needs a Real-Time OS (RTOS) for its operation. Several open source and proprietary firmware solutions are available for SSD controllers

      The primary advantage of using Samsung SSDs is their lack of moving parts, resulting in extremely short startup and shutdown/standby times. SSDs offer superior reliability compared to traditional Hard Disk Drives (HDDs). Advances in semiconductor flash memory technologies have enabled the development of SSDs that are equal in capacities to HDDs and can be used as direct replacements. SSDs also prove to be highly cost effective in-use due to their much lower power consumption and maintenance costs. As the world leader in semiconductor memory technology, Samsung offers a comprehensive range of SSDs for deployment in a wide range of devices across every industry segment.

      Specifications

      ENTERPRISE SSD > MZWLL800HEHP

      Model
      PM1725a
      Interface
      PCI Express Gen3 x4/8
      Form Factor
      2.5 inch
      Density
      800 GB
      Sequential Read (128KB)
      3300 MB/s
      Sequential Write (128KB)
      1000 MB/s
      Random Read IOPS (4KB)
      700 KIOPS
      Random Write IOPS (4KB)
      70 KIOPS
      DWPD
      5 DWPD
      Production Status
      Mass Production

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