SSD25MP4E400-AX


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Description

  • SSD25MP4E400-AX
  • 2.5" Bare Enterprise T350 SSD
  • 400GB Bare Enterprise T350 SSD
  • N/A
  • 400GB

Specifications

• Micron® 25nm MLC NAND Flash
• RoHS-compliant package
• SATA 6 Gb/s interface
• ATA modes supported
– PIO mode 3, 4
– Multiword DMA mode 0, 1, 2
– Ultra DMA mode 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
• Industry-standard, 512-byte sector size support
• Native command queuing support with 32-command slot support
• ATA-8 ACS2 command set compliant
• ATA security feature command set and password login support
• Secure erase (data page) command set: fast and secure erase
• Self-monitoring, analysis, and reporting technology (SMART) command set
• 100GB, 200GB, 400GB Performance (steady state) 1, 2
– Sequential 64K Read: 350 MB/s
– Sequential 64K Write: 140 MB/s
– Random 4K Read: 50K IOPs
– Random 4K Write: 7.5K IOPs
• Reliability
– MTBF: 1.2 million device hours
– Static and dynamic wear leveling
– Field-upgradeable firmware
– Uncorrectable bit error rate (UBER): <1 sector per 1015 bits read
– Low power consumption
• Endurance: Total bytes written (TBW)
– 100–400GB: 175TB
• Capacity (unformatted): 100GB, 200GB, 400GB

Physical Specs
Dimensions and weight:
Height: 7mm (0.3 in.)
Width: 69.85mm (2.8 in.)
Depth: 100.5mm (4.0 in.)
Weight: 0.159lb
SATA connector: 5V ±5%
Operating temperature: (0°C to +70°C)

ECCN: 5A992.c
HTS: 8523.51.0000

Note: As used for storage capacity, one gigabyte (GB) = one billion bytes. Total accessible capacity varies depending on operating environment.
*28% of the raw drive capacity is used for code storage and wear leveling.

Features

Axiom’s high performance SATA-III SSD hard drives have been paired with system specific Hot-Swap trays to deliver seamless integration into your server environment.The Enterprise Signature-III SSD uses a single-chip controller with a SATA interface on the system side and n-channels of Micron NAND Flash internally. The Enterprise Signature-III SSD is targeted at applications that require enterprise performance in high random READ operations; high performance in terms of IOPs or latency; high endurance; high data retention; or applications that are deployed in cost-sensitive environments that do not have significant WRITE operation constraints.

Performance
• Fast boot and application load times. Delivers superior performance over HDD and other entry-level SSDs.
Durability and Endurance
• SSD durability and reliability with enterprise-focused endurance specifications for long drive life.
Enterprise Data Path Protection
• Multiple error-correction checkpoints ensure that your data is protected throughout the data path.
Compatibility
• Complies with SATA 6 Gb/s, making it an easy-to-adopt, drop-in HDD replacement, which increases design flexibility and speeds time-to-market.
Low Power
• Consumes significantly less power than a typical enterprise HDD and requires almost zero cooling.

Warranty

3 Year Limited Warranty

Drive Lifetime (Total Bytes Written)
100GB = 175TB (TBW)
200GB = 175TB (TBW)
400GB = 175TB (TBW)

1. Total bytes written calculated with the drive 90% full.
2. Access patterns are 50% sequential and 50% random and consist of the following: 5% are 4k; 5% are 8k; 10% are 16k; 10% are 32k; 35% are 64K; and 35% are 128k.

The Enterprise Signature-III soild state drives described here are capable of 175TB of lifetime writes, with the workload stated above as the worse case. For the device to last in five years inside of the 175TB of TBW, the drive write workload must be limited to no more than 98GB of writes per day. For the device to last in three years, the drive write workload must be limited to no more than 163GB of writes per day.

Reaching this limit does not cause the drive to immediately fail. It simply denotes the maximum number of writes that can be guaranteed. A solid-state device will not fail upon reaching the specified TBW. At some point based on manufacturing variance margin, after surpassing the TBW value, the drive will reach the end-of-life point, at which the drive will go into a read-only mode. Because of such behavior by solid-state drives, careful planning must be done to use them only in read-intensive environments to ensure that the TBW of the drive will not be exceeded prior to the required life expectancy.

Description

  • SSD25MP4E400-AX
  • 2.5" Bare Enterprise T350 SSD
  • 400GB Bare Enterprise T350 SSD
  • N/A
  • 400GB

Specifications

• Micron® 25nm MLC NAND Flash
• RoHS-compliant package
• SATA 6 Gb/s interface
• ATA modes supported
– PIO mode 3, 4
– Multiword DMA mode 0, 1, 2
– Ultra DMA mode 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
• Industry-standard, 512-byte sector size support
• Native command queuing support with 32-command slot support
• ATA-8 ACS2 command set compliant
• ATA security feature command set and password login support
• Secure erase (data page) command set: fast and secure erase
• Self-monitoring, analysis, and reporting technology (SMART) command set
• 100GB, 200GB, 400GB Performance (steady state) 1, 2
– Sequential 64K Read: 350 MB/s
– Sequential 64K Write: 140 MB/s
– Random 4K Read: 50K IOPs
– Random 4K Write: 7.5K IOPs
• Reliability
– MTBF: 1.2 million device hours
– Static and dynamic wear leveling
– Field-upgradeable firmware
– Uncorrectable bit error rate (UBER): <1 sector per 1015 bits read
– Low power consumption
• Endurance: Total bytes written (TBW)
– 100–400GB: 175TB
• Capacity (unformatted): 100GB, 200GB, 400GB

Physical Specs
Dimensions and weight:
Height: 7mm (0.3 in.)
Width: 69.85mm (2.8 in.)
Depth: 100.5mm (4.0 in.)
Weight: 0.159lb
SATA connector: 5V ±5%
Operating temperature: (0°C to +70°C)

ECCN: 5A992.c
HTS: 8523.51.0000

Note: As used for storage capacity, one gigabyte (GB) = one billion bytes. Total accessible capacity varies depending on operating environment.
*28% of the raw drive capacity is used for code storage and wear leveling.

Features

Axiom’s high performance SATA-III SSD hard drives have been paired with system specific Hot-Swap trays to deliver seamless integration into your server environment.The Enterprise Signature-III SSD uses a single-chip controller with a SATA interface on the system side and n-channels of Micron NAND Flash internally. The Enterprise Signature-III SSD is targeted at applications that require enterprise performance in high random READ operations; high performance in terms of IOPs or latency; high endurance; high data retention; or applications that are deployed in cost-sensitive environments that do not have significant WRITE operation constraints.

Performance
• Fast boot and application load times. Delivers superior performance over HDD and other entry-level SSDs.
Durability and Endurance
• SSD durability and reliability with enterprise-focused endurance specifications for long drive life.
Enterprise Data Path Protection
• Multiple error-correction checkpoints ensure that your data is protected throughout the data path.
Compatibility
• Complies with SATA 6 Gb/s, making it an easy-to-adopt, drop-in HDD replacement, which increases design flexibility and speeds time-to-market.
Low Power
• Consumes significantly less power than a typical enterprise HDD and requires almost zero cooling.

Warranty

3 Year Limited Warranty

Drive Lifetime (Total Bytes Written)
100GB = 175TB (TBW)
200GB = 175TB (TBW)
400GB = 175TB (TBW)

1. Total bytes written calculated with the drive 90% full.
2. Access patterns are 50% sequential and 50% random and consist of the following: 5% are 4k; 5% are 8k; 10% are 16k; 10% are 32k; 35% are 64K; and 35% are 128k.

The Enterprise Signature-III soild state drives described here are capable of 175TB of lifetime writes, with the workload stated above as the worse case. For the device to last in five years inside of the 175TB of TBW, the drive write workload must be limited to no more than 98GB of writes per day. For the device to last in three years, the drive write workload must be limited to no more than 163GB of writes per day.

Reaching this limit does not cause the drive to immediately fail. It simply denotes the maximum number of writes that can be guaranteed. A solid-state device will not fail upon reaching the specified TBW. At some point based on manufacturing variance margin, after surpassing the TBW value, the drive will reach the end-of-life point, at which the drive will go into a read-only mode. Because of such behavior by solid-state drives, careful planning must be done to use them only in read-intensive environments to ensure that the TBW of the drive will not be exceeded prior to the required life expectancy.