Most data center workloads tend to be read-intensive. It's only recently that SSDs have started to offer pricing low enough to replace hard drives in read workoads and a key factor in that has been the introduction of smaller and smaller NAND lithographies. With the M510DC, Micron is taking its proven M500DC platform and accompanying it with its latest 16nm 128Gbit MLC NAND to target the read-centric workloads with lower endurance needs. The M510DC review is also the introduction to our new 2015 Enterprise SSD Suite, so read on to see what we've been working on for the past few months!
Micron M500DC (480GB & 800GB) Review
While the client SSD space has become rather uninteresting lately, the same cannot be said of the enterprise segment. The types of workloads in the enterprise world can require...37 by Kristian Vättö on 4/22/2014