ADATA Launches Enterprise Grade Server SSD – SR1010

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For Absolute Data Security

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Taipei, Taiwan – October 7, 2014 – ADATA® Technology, a leading manufacturer of high-performance DRAM memory modules and NAND Flash application products, today launches its SR1010 enterprise grade server SSD featuring comprehensive data encryption, reliability, superior performance and high compatibility with many operating systems. Available in 100GB, 240GB and 480GB sizes, ADATA’s SR1010 SSD is a perfect upgrade solution for industrial servers, data centers and embedded devices.

PLP – That’s How Protection Upgrades

For enterprise servers and data centers, unexpected system failure leads to incalculable damage and loss of vital information. To help safeguard against such scenarios, commercial servers require a powerful yet effective protection mechanism: PLP (Power-Loss Protection). Thanks to PLP technology, ADATA’s SR1010 SSD helps to prevent catastrophic data crashes caused by system failures, such as utility power grid failures or data center backup generator failures. ADATA’s SR1010 SSD also supports S.M.A.R.T., which monitors your SSDs’ status, thus ensuring your data’s security and integrity, as well as improving the SSD’s efficiency.

Compatibility Meets Performance

ADATA’s SR1010 is compatible with Linux OS’s, like SUSE Enterprise and Red Hat Enterprise, as well as virtual machine technology from VMWare and Citrix. The SSD is also Microsoft WHQL certified to provide you with the widest compatibility and stability. By applying Seagate SF2581 controllers with sequential read/write speeds of up to 550/550MBs, you can achieve 4KB random read/write speeds of up to 73,000/45,000 IOPS. In addition, with a MTBF of up to 2 million hours, the SR1010SS provides outstanding performance and durability. Utilizing top-quality NAND flash technology, ADATA’s enterprise grade SR1010 SSD is backed by a solid 5-year warranty for reliable long-term operation.

Source: ADATA via GlobalPR

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