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Do you need to increase performance at 10K HDD price points for performance-sensitive and very read optimized workloads?
HPE SATA Very Read Optimized Solid State Drives deliver up to 175x faster performance, 4x lower latencies, and 3x better energy efficiency than 10K HDDs at a comparable price1. Designed for very read optimized workloads – vSAN capacity tiers, NoSQL databases, business intelligence, Hadoop, analytics, object stores, content delivery, and AI and machine learning data lakes.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise SSDs are backed by over 3.35 million hours of testing and qualification2, certifying reliability and high performance. HPE Digitally Signed Firmware prevents unauthorized access to your data by providing the verification that drive firmware comes from a trusted source. You can also monitor the lifespan of your SSD with HPE Smart WearGauge compatibility in management tools.
HPE SATA Very Read Optimized Solid State Drives feature better value than 10K HDDs – thanks to QLC NAND technology targeting very read optimized (VRO) workloads.
Experience up to 175x faster performance and 4x better latencies than 10K HDDs1.
3x more energy efficient than 10K HDDs, providing annual savings on power and cooling1.
HPE SATA Very Read Optimized Solid State Drives can help future-proof your storage by transitioning from lower capacity HDDs.
Feature hardware that is 10x more reliable than 10K HDDs and 100x more reliable than 7.2K HDDs3.
Optimized for Hewlett Packard Enterprise servers that have used 10K and 7.2K HDDs for years.
Includes full enterprise Hewlett Packard Enterprise SSD feature set for improved data security, end-to-end data path protection, and power loss protection.
HPE SATA Very Read Optimized Solid State Drives fuse HDD-optimized sequential performance with SSD-optimized random performance.
The VRO targeted workloads revolve around a typical mix of >80% random reads and <20% sequential writes (large block size), for which HPE SATA VRO SSDs are designed.
Endurance ratings are engineered to exceed the need of HPE VRO SSD targeted workloads4.
Target HPE SATA VRO SSD workloads: vSAN capacity tiers, SQL databases (business intelligence), NoSQL databases, Hadoop, analytics, object stores, CDN, and AI and machine learning data lakes.
HPE SATA Very Read Optimized Solid State Drives are ideal for big data analytics, cloud computing, active archiving, database applications, and data warehousing.
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 SSD solutions in a wide variety of capacities.
Features 12 Gb/s SAS, 6 Gb/s SATA, NVMe, M.2, and M.2 Enablement Kits.
 Based on datasheet comparisons of the HPE SATA VRO SSD (1.92 TB) and HPE 10K HDDs (2.4 TB). Actual performance varies by capacity and may vary slightly in your configuration.
 HPE internal lab testing. 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, Reliability Demonstration Test (RDT) spec, CSI integration test spec and pilot test requirements. Test conducted in May 2017.
 Based on HPE SATA VRO SSDs and HPE 10K and HPE 7.2K HDD datasheet comparisons of unrecoverable bit error rates (UBER values). UBER values quantify the rate at which data stored on a device is lost, making UBER values one of the most important reliability metrics.
 Endurance for QLC NAND based VRO SSDs will vary depending on the write block size and write usage of the drive resulting in a maximum usage limitation. All SSDs are consumable and have a maximum amount of writes that can be done - once a drive has written to its maximum usage limitation it is no longer covered under any Hewlett Packard Enterprise warranty coverage.
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