- 2nd generation 3D TLC NAND flash for ultra-high performance and endurance
- 12Gb/s SAS interface for maximum throughput
- Advanced power-loss and data-management technology
- Self-encrypting models conform to TCG’s Enterprise specification
Maximize Storage and Server Scalability with SAS SSDs
Data is transforming the world and growing at an exponential pace. The SAS interface continues its dominance in traditional enterprise storage arrays, making the everincreasing volume of data rapidly and reliably available. Storage solutions depend on SAS’s protection features, such as dual-port failover for redundancy, and SAS’s high reliability to power mission-critical applications such as ERP, OLTP, OLAP, and more.
Designed with a dual-port 12Gb/s SAS interface for seamless integration into enterprise environments, the Ultrastar® DC SS530 SAS SSD is available in capacities from 400GB to 15.36TB¹, double the capacity of prior generations. Delivering performance up to 440,000 random read and 320,000 random write IOPS—best in class among current 12Gb/s SAS SSDs—the Ultrastar DC SS530 can help to drive faster data analytics, drive higher productivity, and power business decision-making.
Proven Architecture with Industry-Leading Quality and Reliability
Ultrastar DC SS530 leverages the proven architecture of the prior generation Ultrastar SS300 with second generation 3D TLC NAND flash memory. The Ultrastar DC SS530 achieves an extraordinary 0.35% annual failure rate (AFR) or 2.5 million hours mean-timebetween-failure (MTBF). DC SS530 offers three endurance options of 1, 3 and 10 drive writes per day (DW/D) to meet the most stringent data center requirements.
Help keep confidential data secure by deploying self-encrypting drive technology that supports Trusted Computing Group (TCG) Enterprise standards for security services and FIPS 140-2 validation for cryptographic-enabled drives that are required for certain government applications. The Ultrastar DC SS530 is backed by a five-year limited warranty or the maximum petabytes (PB) written (based on capacity), whichever comes first.