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Do you need to accelerate the performance of your read intensive applications?
HPE NVMe Mainstream Performance Read Intensive U.3 Static Solid State Drives are best suited for applications requiring a strong blend of high read IOPS, low latency and high endurance at a strong price point. NVMe SSDs communicate directly to applications via the PCIe bus to boost I/O bandwidth and reduce latency.
HPE NVMe Mainstream Performance RI SSDs are advanced data center drives customized for greater performance and endurance in a cost-effective design. It is designed to utilize the high bandwidth of PCIe Gen3 and PCIe Gen4 in select servers for workloads such as read caching, social media and bulk storage that require outstanding IOPS per watt and cost per IOPS as an upgrade path from SATA SSDs.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise SSDs are backed by up to 3.35 million hours of testing and qualification, ensuring reliable, high performing drives.1
Starting at 3.668,00 kr
HPE NVMe Mainstream Performance Read Intensive U.3 Static Solid State Drives are ideal for Big Data analytics, cloud computing, high performance compute, business intelligence, database applications and virtualization.
Achieve higher IOPS to enhance the performance of your data center.
Maintain data accuracy with full data-path error detection.
Choose from a broad portfolio of enhanced solutions in a wide variety of capacities.
HPE NVMe Mainstream Performance Read Intensive U.3 Static Solid State Drives deliver higher performance for server-storage solutions to better meet the challenges within high performance workloads.
HPE NVMe U.3 PCIe SSDs are backwards compatible with NVMe U.2 SSD backplanes on Gen10 platforms.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Solid State Drives are rigorously tested 3.35 million hours in various environments to achieve the quality standards you need.1
 HPE Internal lab testing. Up to 3.35 million hour test quant is derived from a combination of drive qualification test plans, specifically HDDQ spec-supplier responsibility to perform, HDDQ spec-HPE responsibility to perform, RDT-Reliability Demonstration Test (RDT) spec, CSI integration test spec and pilot test requirements. Test was conducted in June 2020.