Intel® QLC 3D NAND SSD with PCIe* Large, Affordable Capacity. Reliable Storage.

Key Benefits

  • Intel® QLC 3D NAND SSD

  • High Capacity

  • Reliability

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Intel delivers the industry’s first PCIe* QLC 3D NAND SSD for the Data Center1 – a new generation of large, affordable, and reliable drives.

The Intel® SSD D5-P4320 and D5-P4420 deliver big, affordable, and reliable storage to the warm data tier. With 33% more bits per cell than TLC,2 the Intel® QLC 3D NAND SSDs enables 3x storage consolidation3 compared to hard disk drives (HDDs), leading to lower operational costs. As the industry’s first PCIe*-enabled QLC drive for the data center, the D5-P4320 provides the ability to scale to large capacities and deliver the performance needed for storage workload requirements. The D5-P4420 drive offers double the endurance, supporting an even wider range of workloads.

Store More: Big Capacities Store Massive Quantities of Data
The Intel® QLC Technology offers an aerial density advantage of 33% more bits per cell than the prior generation of Intel® 3D NAND SSDs. The result? Higher capacity, costeffective PCIe drives optimized for read-intensive storage workloads. Both the D5- P4320 and D5-P4420 are currently available in a U.2 form factor with 7.68TB capacity.

Save More: High Density Reduces Operational Cost
Today’s data center storage often relies on a mix of HDD and SSD technologies. The Intel® SSD D5-P4320 and D5-P4420 deliver high capacity and lower operational cost for the capacity or “warm” data storage layer traditionally served by hybrid or HDD arrays. With its higher density, Intel® QLC 3D NAND SSD means fewer drives to support, power and cool. In addition, Intel® Data Center SSD have a lower annual failure rate,4 which further reduces costs.

Do More: PCIe Accelerates Workloads at Large Capacities
All QLC-enabled SSDs are not created equal. In addition to massive capacities, the D5-P4320 and D5-P4420 are built on the PCIe* interface, which delivers higher maximum performance than the SATA interface.5 Both SKUs allow for much denser systems while enabling performance per TB to continue scaling well beyond SATA-based QLC SSDs. The Intel® QLC 3D NAND SSDs, when combined with Intel® Optane™ technology, accelerate the speed of frequently accessed data, at the price and capacity of massive storage.

Backed by Intel Experience and Innovation
Intel brings longstanding expertise and leadership in data management to address the capacity and performance issues of today’s data centers. Prepare for the future with PCIe Intel® QLC 3D NAND SSDs, backed by Intel’s technology and manufacturing leadership.

Features At-a-Glance

   
Model Intel® SSD D5-P4320 / D5-P4420
Capacity and Form Factor U.2 2.5” (15mm): 7.68 TB
Interface PCIe Gen3.1 x 4
Media 64-layer, QLC 3D NAND
Performance Sequential R/W up to 3200/1000 MB/s
Random R/W up to 427K/36K IOPS
Endurance D5-P4320: Sequential write up to 12.3 PBW; Random write up to 2.8 PBW
D5-P4420: Sequential write up to 24.6 PBW; Random write up to 5.6 PBW
PBW = Petabytes writen
Reliability AFR: < 0.44%
Power Active: 15W
Idle: 5W
Enhanced power-loss data protection
Operating Temperature 0° C – 70° C SMART temperature
Warranty 5-year limited warranty

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Información sobre productos y desempeño

1

Según el alcance del estado de PRQ de Intel de la SSD Intel® D5-P4320 el 13 de julio del 2018.

2

Source: Intel. 33% more bits per cell. TLC (tri-level cell) contains 3 bits per cell and QLC (quad level cell) contains 4 bits per cell. Calculated as (4-3)/3 = 33% more bits per cell.

3

Consolidación de espacio de almacenamiento de hasta 3 veces. Según un disco duro de 4 TB y 3,5 pulgadas; configuración de SSD WD Gold TB de clase empresarial y 7200 RPM con una unidad de estado sólido Intel® SSD D5-P4320 QLC de 7,68 TB de tres nodos 2U por 1 PB; 1106 TB en total mediante 144 unidades de estado sólido D5-P4320 de 7,68 TB; 48 unidades de estado sólido de 2,5 pulgadas por nodo 2U con un formato U.2 de 2,5 pulgadas; tres nodos 2U que equivalen a 6U en total. Configuración de disco duro según un HDD de 3,5 pulgadas y 4 TB; 10 nodos 2U por 1 PB; 960 TB en total mediante 24 HDD de 3,5 pulgadas por 2U.

4

Promedio de AFR de la industria: Fuente: https://www.backblaze.com/blog/2018-hard-drive-failure-rates/. Fuente - Intel. Informe de la tasa anual de errores de Intel® SSD del 2018 para el envío de productos >1 Mu.

5

Fuente: Microcontroller Tips, 29 de marzo del 2018; el desempeño de SATA es de hasta 6 GB/s; el desempeño de SAS es de hasta 12 GB/s; el desempeño de PCIe 3.0 es de hasta 16 GB/s. https://www.microcontrollertips.com/whynvme-ssds-are-faster-than-sata-ssds/.