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9100 PCIe® NVMe™ SSD

Experience consistent, accelerated access to your data with the speed, endurance and security of our 9100 PCIe NVMe SSD.


Speed and Endurance for the Data Center

Get the speed and endurance required for today’s cloud computing environments with the Micron® 9100 PCIe® NVMe™ SSD. The 9100’s protocol interface brings data processing closer to the server than SAS or SATA SSDs, minimizing latency and providing consistently fast throughput up to 3 GB/s. Available in HHHL and U.2 form factors, the 9100 has workload-focused endurance and just the right capacities (up to 3.2TB) for read-centric and mixed-use applications and environments.

9100 PCIe NVMe SSD

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What Is NVMe?

NVM Express (NVMe) is an industry-standard registered interface designed to accelerate the performance of nonvolatile PCI Express (PCIe) SSDs. The NVMe protocol was established in collaboration by server industry leaders to standardize a scalable PCIe interface, making it easier for designers to unlock the full potential of PCIe. NVMe provides opportunities for increased data throughput and reduced latency all while reducing the number of drives needed — both now and in the future.

Benefits of NVMe:

  • Industry-Standard: Out-of-the-box software, drivers and manageability enable easy adoption and storage interoperability.
  • Scalable: Streamlined protocol with efficient queuing mechanism to scale for multi-core CPUs.
  • High-Performance: Optimized register interface and command set lowers latency.

As a Promoter Member of NVM Express, Micron contributes technical expertise toward the development of the NVMe specification. This not only helps to demonstrate our technical leadership, but also lets us get an up-close-and-personal look at emerging technologies and industry challenges — further expanding our industry expertise, and helping us to better understand our customers’ applications and pain points.

Learn more at nvmexpress.org.


Enhanced Performance

Improve your workload performance with transfer speeds of up to 3 GB/s. A single 9100 SSD is 25X faster than an array of 24 HDDs capable of 15,000 RPM.

Low Total Cost of Ownership

Do more with less. The 9100 SSD accelerates data bandwidth up to 10X over SATA and SAS SSDs.

Reliability and Quality

Protect mission-critical data with power-loss protection and data path protection features.*

Optimized Endurance

Achieve endurance targeted for read-centric and mixed-use workloads.

XPERT Firmware Features

Provide peace of mind that your data is protected and ready when you need it with Micron’s eXtended Performance and Enhanced Reliability Technology (XPERT) features including encryption, data and power-loss protection, and adaptive thermal monitoring.

*No hardware, software or system can provide absolute security under all conditions. Micron assumes no liability for lost, stolen or corrupted data arising from the use of any Micron products, including those products that incorporate any of the mentioned security features.

9100 PCIe® NVMe™ SSD

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Technical Brief

Overview of the performance, reliability, accessibility, serviceability, and overall cost reduction that NVMe PCIe SSDs offer.

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  • Updated: 07/26/2017

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