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M510DC

Overview

TCG Enterprise-Level Data Encryption for SSDs

Take on the read-heavy demands of data center appliances, content delivery networks, virtual environments, or database management with our enterprise-ready M510DC SSD. The M510DC combines a suite of firmware data protection features with the market’s first true TCG Enterprise-level data encryption for SSDs—a capability that is of paramount importance to the highly scrutinized medical, banking, and government industries.

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Benefits

Balanced Total Cost of Ownership

Performance and endurance offer a high value solution for cost-sensitive, read-centric workloads

Optimized Performance

Low latency optimizes read-heavy, write-light workloads

Enterprise-Class Endurance

Extended endurance capabilities extend drive life and ensure data integrity

Increased Power Efficiency

Low average power consumption and optimized performance together boost power efficiency 

XPERT Features

Architectural enhancements improve performance, drive life, and reliability




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