Reaching wide audiences in the memory products market, Micron announced a new range of SSD products that are developed for businesses that are willing to compromise on performance and who cannot afford budget.
Let’s start with the affordable models from the 7300 series using the NVMe interface and the 5300 series that come with the SATA interface. Formed on 96-layer TLC NAND Flash chips, the 5300 series is available in M.2 form as well as 2.5 ‘form factor.
The 5300 models scale from 240 GB to 7.68 TB , while the maximum capacity of the 5300 MAX is limited to 3.84 TB. The 5300 MAX models offer 5 DWPD durability, just like the 5200 MAX family, while the 3.85TB option reduces the durability to 3.5 DWPD. With 5300 PRO drives, the capacity increases to 7.68 TB, while write life is reduced to 0.6 DWPD .
Delays in reading performance up to 520 MB / s for read operations up to 540 MB / s for write operations vary from 175 to 200 µs, while write operations range from 100 650s to 650 µs .
In the security section, the models we see TCG Opal 2.0 also includes measures against sudden power outages. 5300 solutions to write-read mixed workloads in order to maintain long-term performance of various optimizations are also noted.
The 7300 family offers up to 3 GB / s read and write performance up to 1.9 GB / s thanks to the NVMe interface, while reading latency is reduced to 90 arayüzs. The IOPS header specifies a 520K level for reading. The latency during the writing could be significantly higher than the SATA brothers, such as 25µs . Available in a capacity of up to 7.68 TB, the models communicate with the system through the PCIe Gen 3.0 x4 interface.
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NVMe units with 96-layer TLC- type NANDs provide end-to-end data security and fast drive erasure. High-performance solutions can be energy-efficient, thanks to OLTP support.