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    Intel introduces new M.2 P3100 SSDs for Data Centers

    Intel recently refreshed and revamped its entire SSD portfolio by adding a range of new 3D TLC SSDs, and now carrying that momentum forward, the chipmaker has officially announced the release of the M.2 NVMe DC P3100 SSD series. This series is geared toward the low end of the market. Intel's latest offering for data centers, the Intel DC P3100 SSD Series is certainly not the first NVme SSD to be introduced in the market but a first for Intel who has delved with the M.2 form factor in its DC S3500 M.2 Enterprise SSD. The P3100 comes in capacities from 128GB to 1TB, endurance up to 580TBW, and performance up to 1.8GB/s sequential read.

    Intel’s DC P3100 Series achieves the high bandwidth performance of the PCIe interface, yet at SATA-level price points for read-intensive data center usage. The DC P3100 is an excellent choice for a boot drive for web hosting and cloud storage providers. Lower power consumption, simplified maintenance, and lower annual failure rates create a lower total cost of ownership (TCO).

    Intel M.2 NVMe DC P3100 SSD Series: Price, Controllers, And Everything Else You Need To Know

    The Intel DC P3100 SSD Series standard MSRP: $72 for 128GB, $109 for 256GB, $199 for 512GB, and $369 for 1TB, all units come with a 5-year warranty and is available now.

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