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Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Toshiba Announces Enterprise Read Intensive SSD for Servers

Toshiba today unveiled the HK3R enterprise solid state drive, a 2.5-inch, 6Gb/s SATA eSSD integrated with Toshiba 19nm NAND flash.

The HK3R eSSD is optimized for read-intensive applications such as read-caching, error logging, boot, and low-duty storage applications requiring power-loss-protection and end-to-end data protection features.

It incorporates Toshiba proprietary QSBC (Quadruple Swing-By Code) error-correction technology and it is available in capacities up to 480 GB. According to Toshiba, the HK3R series drives achieve sequential read speeds of 500MiB/s and Random Read speeds of 75,000 IOPS. The 240GB and 480GB drives achieve sequential write speeds of 400MiB/s and random write speeds up to 12,000 IOPS, while the 120GB drive reaches sequential write speeds of 280MiB/s and random write speeds of 10,000 IOPS.

The drive also supports one full drive write per day with a one hundred percent random data, aligned 4KiB workload. Additionally, the eSSD carries a 5-year limited warranty.

Toshiba will begin sampling the HK3R 120GB, 240 GB and 480GB in December 2013.

Basic specification
SATA-3.0 (6.0Gbit/s, 3.0Gbit/s, 1.5Gbit/s)
NAND technology
19nm MLC
Logical data block length
512Byte only
Sustained 64KiB Sequential Read
500 MiB/s
Sustained 64KiB Sequential Write
400 MiB/s
280 MiB/s
Sustained 4KiB Random Read
75,000 IOPS
Sustained 4kiB Random Write
12,000 IOPS
10,000 IOPS
2,000,000 hours
Operating Condition
24 hours/day, 7days/week
Service life
5 years
TBW *1
880 TB
440 TB
220 TB
Power requirment
5 V 5%
Power consumption
Power consumption
Ready (Idle A)
1.0 W Typ.
Power consumption efficiency
75,000 IOPS/W
7.0 mm
+0, -0.5 mm
69.85 0.25 mm
100.45 mm Max.
60 g Max.
0 to 55C
-40 to 70C
Vibration (Operating)
21.27 m/s2 {2.17Grms} (5 to 800Hz)
Vibration (Non-operating)
159.74 m/s2 {16.3Grms} (20 to 2000Hz)
Shock (Operating)
9,800 m/s2 {1,000G} / 0.5 ms duration
Shock (Non-operating)
9,800 m/s2 {1,000G} / 0.5 ms duration
Self Encryption Drive
Sanitize Instant Erase
Power Loss Protection

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