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Tuesday, January 24, 2012
New OWC Mercury Enterprise Pro 6G SSD Offers Reliability for Servers


Other World Computing (OWC) will showcase its new OWC Mercury Enterprise Pro 6G Solid State Drive at Macworld.

Certified for mission-critical deployments that demand performance and data reliability, the drive delivers data rates of more than 500MB/s, up to 100x greater data protection, and up to 90 percent lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO), compared to the highest-rated enterprise-class hard disk drives (HDDs). For added protection, OWC's new Enterprise SSD completes data writes during unexpected power outages and is backed by the SSD industry's longest warranty - seven years. The OWC Mercury Enterprise Pro 6G will be available by the end of Q1 2012 in 50, 100, 200, and 400GB capacities with pricing from $629.00.

The Mercury Enterprise Pro 6G SSD combines the latest SandForce 2500 Series processor with endurance-optimizing SandForce DuraClass technology with Enterprise Toggle Syncronous (eMLC) 10K PE flash NAND to deliver more that 3x the reliability and lifespan of standard MLC NAND. The SandForce Driven SSD also delivers up to 60K IOPS, and over 500MB/s data rates.

Security protocols are used to ensure data stored in the Mercury Enterprise Pro 6G is safe from loss, theft, or repurposing. Data is automatically stored in a highly secure AES-256/128 hardware double encrypted format; and the drive meets all TCG Enterprise Security requirements.

Mercury Enterprise Pro 6G Key Features:

- Second-generation SandForce 2500 series processor with 28 percent over provisioning maximizes high-density NAND flash memory performance
- 6G (6Gb/s) SATA Revision 3.0 interface with NCQ
- Toshiba Enterprise Toggle Synchronous (eMLC) 10K PE NAND flash for up to 3x the reliability and lifespan of standard MLC NAND
- Maintains highest levels of balanced read/write performance (up to 60K IOPS and over 500MB/s data rates
- Qualified for use with all RAID levels
- Longest SSD warranty in the industry: seven years
- OWC Paratus Power Technology ensures any existing writes will be committed/retired to prevent data loss and the drive will be shut down properly during an unexpected power interruption

The OWC Mercury Enterprise Pro 6G will be available from Other World Computing, as well as through select retailers, by the end of Q1 2012 in the following MSRP configurations:

- 50GB - $629.00
- 100GB - $799.00
- 200GB - $1,349.00
- 400GB - $2,199.00

The SSD can be used in racks, subsystems, servers, and workstations that utilize 2.5" or 3.5" (with adapter) SATA drives.


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