Seagate Announces Brand New business-focused Nytro SSDs

Seagate has just announced two latest additions to the Nytro portfolio – the Nytro 5350 SSD and the Nytro 5550 SSD. Both these have been developed and designed using the Phison technology which increases efficiency and performance and allows for expanding storage density in data centers.

The new Nytro SSD drives offer enhanced computing efficiency and also offer a cost-effective solution that will help to eradicate the bottlenecks. This ultimately enhances the overall quality of service and provides for a lofty data integrity and protection.

The Nytro 5350 PCIe Gen4 NVMe SSD comes with twice the read throughput as compared to the current SAD SSDs. This means it has the capacity to reach ten times the bandwidth of SATA systems which improved the QoS considerably. With bandwidth up to 7.4 GB/s, the new SSD from Seagate has the ability to completely eradicate bottlenecks. Thanks to the 195K IOPS random write speeds up to 1.7M IOPS random read speeds, the SSD will provide a constant response period without delay. It is also quite impressive how the Nytro 5350 has compressed a massive 15.36 TB into a 15mm form factor and the 7.69 TB into an even smaller 7 mm form factor. Both options come with dual port functionality while sustaining both the U.2 and the U.3 interfaces.

The Nytro 5550 PCIe Gen4 NVMe SSD takes after the Nytro 5350 specs and is ideal for diverse workloads. It has random write speeds of up to 470K IOPS, and random read speeds of up to 1.7M IOPS. The 5550 comes with a smaller form factor which holds a massive 12.08 TB in 15 mm and 6.40 TB in 7 mm.

Finally coming to the Nytro 5050, which features the NVMe Management Interface, Life Management, and the SMBus Sideband. Combined, these provide for consistent drive monitoring as well as management without causing any burden on the operating system. Other features on the Nytro 5050 include power loss data protection, five year limited warranty, and SED TCG security.

The new drives are compatible with Linux and Microsoft OS and are filled with end-to-end encryption. They provide data protection against undetected and unintentional corruption.

Via Seagate

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