Rethink Endurance with the Solidigm Endurance Estimator
SSD endurance is the total data an SSD is able to write during its warranty time. Nand flash memory within SSDs are stored in blocks and the endurance refers to how many program/ erase cycles can be applied to each block before the SSD becomes unreliable. A common misconception is that a high DWPD equals a high SSD endurance. Infact, It is the PBW ( Petabytes Written) that correctly indicates the endurance specification and will indicate the maximum number of petabytes which can be written to the drive.
The Solidigm Endurance Tool allows you to compare drives to find the perfect fit for your workload. Click here to access:
Endurance is the main difference that sets apart a consumer drive from an enterprise drive, the higher PBW enables intense workloads to run 24/7. Learn more below:
Solidigm QLC SSDs have a higher PBW than many TLC drives and is the perfect fit for intense workloads.
The Solidigm™ D5-P5336 is part of Solidigm’s 4th generation QLC SSDs for the data centre. It is made to perform equally well in the heart of a data centre or in an edge deployment.