Toshiba Launches New Enterprise SSS With Power Loss and Data Protection

If you think your enterprise needs to do a SSD upgrade, then you need to have a look at the recently announced Value Endurance HK3E2 and Read Intensive HK3R2 eSSDs from Toshiba.

Both new eSSDs come equipped with power loss and end-to-end data protection features and feature Toshiba’s proprietary Quadruple Swing-by Code (QSBC) error-correction technology, which helps in the protection of customer data. Martin Larsson, VP of Toshiba Electronica Europe, said the following:

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The HK3E2 and HK3R2 Series address different application requirements but offer the same platform commonality to help customers leverage testing and minimise redundant qualification activity.

The Value Endurance HK3E2 is meant to be used for exchange mail, web, database and indexing servers while the Read Intensive HK3R2 is designed more for read intensive applications and workloads like caching, video streaming and data centre storage.

Here are the specs of the HK3E2 Series – value-endurance enterprise SATA SSD in capacities up to 800GB with power-loss-protection and end-to-end data protection; Toshiba’s 19nm second-generation MLC NAND flash memory; up to 800GB capacity in SATA-3.2 6Gbit/s Interface; 3 DWPD endurance for 5 years w/ random 4KiB workload; power-loss-protection and end-to-end protection; Toshiba’s powerful proprietary QSBC (Quadruple Swing-By Code) error correction.

And here are the specs of the HK3R2 Series – read intensive enterprise SATA SSD in capacities up to 960GB with power-loss-protection and end-to-end data protection; Toshiba’s 19nm second-generation MLC NAND flash memory; up to 960GB capacity in SATA-3.2 6Gbit/s Interface; 1 DWPD endurance for 5 years w/ random 4KiB workload; power-loss-protection and end-to-end protection; Toshiba’s powerful proprietary QSBC (Quadruple Swing-By Code) error correction.

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