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HGST FlashMAX III VIR-M3-LP-2200-1A - solid state drive - 2.2 TB - PCI Expr

Mfg. Part: 0T00797 | CDW Part: 3510726 | UNSPSC: 43201830
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  • Solid state drive
  • 2.2 TB
  • internal
  • PCI Express 2.0 x8
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Main Features
  • Solid state drive
  • 2.2 TB
  • internal
  • PCI Express 2.0 x8
FlashMAX III offers unprecedented application-performance in a half-height, half-length PCIe Flash card, allowing today's most demanding cloud, hyperscale and enterprise applications to scale to new heights. The HGST architecture has been designed to tightly integrate different kinds of Flash media, hardware and software to deliver memory-class performance with storage-class capacity and persistence. HGST's FlashMAX III devices and associated software deliver performance without compromise, along with HDD-like capacity in a very compact, universal form factor.

FlashMAX III with vFAS delivers consistent performance across all application workloads, even when the device is fully utilized. FlashMAX III with vFAS delivers application performance whether it is peak small block read performance, or sustained mixed read/ write performance when the drive is full.

Unlike many competing solutions, 100% of the capacity available on a FlashMAX III card is available as a single host volume on the server without having to leverage 3rd party software RAID products to stripe across multiple drives. With FlashMAX III you can have a single volume presented to the operating system up to the formatted advertised capacity. FlashMAX III presents a traditional block storage volume to the host so that applications can easily access it without modification. vFAS has been designed to treat Flash media more like an extension of memory, while maintaining a traditional block storage interface for applications. All of this is done without the use of storage protocols, storage controllers, or storage interconnects. The result is access latencies under 30 ┬Ás, which is closer to DRAM performance than storage.

 
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