Solidigm (formerly Intel’s SSD business, now part of SK Hynix) today launched new enterprise-class PCIe Gen4 SSDs D7-P5520 and D7-P5620, offering capacities up to 15.36TB and offering U.2, E1.S 9.5mm, E1.S 15mm, E1.L 15mm four specifications.
SK Hynix announced at the end of last year that it had completed the first phase of its acquisition of Intel’s NAND flash memory and SSD business case, and established an SSD subsidiary Solidigm in the United States.
Moreover, the D7-P5520 (designed for read-intensive and lightweight mixed workloads) and D7-P5620 (designed for mixed workloads) are after Solidigm officially became an independent subsidiary in December 2021.
Officially, the D7 series includes the industry’s best PCIe 4.0 solid-state drive series, offering different capacity options, diverse form factors, and optimized performance. The D7-P5520 and D7-P5620 are optimized for real-world workloads.
In terms of performance,
D7-P5520: Compared with the previous generation product, 4K random read performance is improved by up to 42%, 4K random write performance is improved by up to 17%, and latency is reduced by up to 43%.
D7-P5620: Compared with the previous generation product, the 4K random read performance has been improved by up to 56%, the 4K random write performance has been improved by up to 53%, and the latency has been reduced by up to 76%.
Furthermore, Solidigm was officially established in December 2021 and is currently an independent subsidiary of SK Hynix in the United States. Solidigm is headquartered in San Jose, California, USA, with nearly 2,000 employees and offices in 20 locations around the world.