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Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Lite-On To Showcase New Enterprise Storage Solutions


Lite-On SDD will showcase two new enterprise storage solutions - the M.2 PCIe P1P Series and N9S Series 2.5" SATA 6.0 Gb/s SSDs - at the Flash Memory Summit, August 5-7, in Santa Clara, California.

Both units are designed to address the needs of hyperscale computing, highly virtualized data centers, and high I/O server operations.

The P1P Series is a M.2 PCIe enterprise solution with capacities of 1 TB and power loss protection circuit all in a small form factor. This series is designed to offer the low latency through the PCIe bus. The P1P Series can deliver sequential read/write speeds of up to 610 MB/s and 520 MB/s, while random read/write speeds can be achieved as high as 95K/15K IOPS.

The N9S Series is a cost-effective SSD solution designed for read intensive applications. Five models are available in capacities of 60-to-1920 GB. The series can deliver sequential read/write speeds of up to 400 MB/s and 360 MB/s, while random read/write speeds can be achieved as high as 75K/11K IOPS.

These SSDs will have exclusive Lite-On firmware. The drive has a MTBF (mean time between failures) of 2 million hours, and an endurance rating of up to 1 drive write per day for 5 years.

Both the P1P and N9S Series offer end-to-end data protection to protect from data corruption, power loss protection to automatically extend write operation in the event of a power loss event to prevent data loss, and TCG-OPAL support to assure users that data is secure with fully encrypted, restricted access to host.



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