Enmotus FuzeDrive 900GB M.2 SSD 0.5 DWPD PCI-E 24GB SLC

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FuzeDrive SSD has taken a quantum leap in SSD architecture. As the industry strives to squeeze more endurance and performance from Quad Level Cell NAND (QLC), Enmotus blends high performance Single Level Cell (SLC) NAND with QLC on a single controller NVMe SSD and uses sophisticated Artificial Intelligent Algorithms to enhance QLC’s limitations.

P200-900/24


Enmotus FuzeDrive 900GB M.2 SSD 0.5 DWPD PCI-E 24GB SLC

Leapfrogging traditional caching and dynamic SLC caching techniques, Enmotus has come to market with a highly intelligent managed QLC based solution. This provides the best of performance AND capacity without sacrificing cost or using exotic flash technology. This 900GB variant with 24GB of SLC flash aims to balance performance, endurance, capacity and price with Enmotus FuzeDrive.

 

Key Features

NVMe PCIe Gen 3 Interface M.2 NVMe 2280 Form Factor 900GB Total Capacity 3470 MB/s Sequential Reads 2000 MB/s Sequential Writes

 

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  • Capacity

    900GB

  • Category (sub)

    Solid-State Drives (SSD)

  • Form Factor

    NVMe M.2

  • Interface

    NVMe PCIe Gen 3

  • Manufacturer

    Enmotus

  • Random read seek time

    193 KIOPS

  • Random write seek time

    394 KIOPS

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