Intel has recently expanded their lineup to include some higher capacities and new form factor SSDs that are infused with their latest 64-layer 3D TLC NAND flash memory. With this announcement, we were able to get our hands on some of their latest tech, 2TB and 8TB samples of their DC P4510. While these bad boys aren’t the exotic enterprise and datacenter SSD Form Factor, or EDSFF devices, their performance figures should be such that they impress most. The Intel SSD DC P4510 doubles the capacity of the DC P4500, doubles its random write IOPS/TB performance, and delivers up to a 10x reduction of service time at a QoS metric of 99.99%. Built for the cloud with a drive to minimize service disruptions as well as efficiency and manageability in mind, the Intel DC P4510 has an impressive feature set to match. With all these aspects in mind, the Intel DC P4510 looks to be a very competitive option, but how will it perform under our battery of testing? Read on and find out!
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