Increasing Data Needs Call for Innovative Storage Solutions

Take advantage of the enormous market opportunity for storage with solid state drives (SSDs), especially for customers who are already buying servers with Intel® Xeon® processors for their data centers.

Why Do Customers Need Intel® Data Center Solid State Drives?

High-quality solid state drives (SSDs) mean high-quality data. Intel® Data Center SSDs accelerate performance to power cloud, virtualization, database, big data, and HPC applications delivering 50 times more reliability than hard drives.1 Plus, they maintain near out of box performance for the life of the SSD with only less than 11% degradation compared to other SSDs2 and they prevent silent data corruption 100 times better than comparable SSDs.3 When your customers want data integrity and long-term savings, give them Intel® Data Center SSDs.

Propel Your Business Growth with Breakthrough Storage Solutions

Understand the Opportunity

The storage universe is expanding at an unprecedented rate, with projected capacity rising from 4.4 zettabytes in 2013 to 44 ZB in 2020. You’re in the ideal position to help your customers handle their growth. Get started with these resources.

What Kind of Storage Buyer Are You?

Are you a scale-up or scale-out storage buyer? Discover the advantages and disadvantages of both, and learn which storage solutions are best for you.

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Making the Case for Software-Defined Storage

Eliminate storage innovation roadblocks such as performance, cost, and the ability to scale. Learn how to achieve more agility with scale-out storage solutions.

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Discover the Benefits of Intel® Solid State Drives

Protect critical business data with Intel SSDs that offer lasting integrity, reliably effective performance, and platform confidence.

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Storage Core Curriculum

The Storage Performance Solution

Learn how Intel® Solid State Drive (SSD) Data Center (DC) Family for Serial ATA (SATA) provide data centers with stress-free protection, flexibility, endurance, and reliability.

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Enhancing Storage Solutions with Intel® SSDs

This webinar covers storage market updates, industry trends, and the how the benefits of SSDs can be used to build solutions to address your customers’ needs.

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Creating Memory Density with 3D NAND

Look inside Intel® SSD 3D NAND to see how 3D technology unleashes incredible capacity at a competitive cost.

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The Journey to SDI: Getting Started

Simplify your software-defined infrastructure (SDI) deployment with pre-bundled hardware and software options from Intel, Microsoft*, VMware*, and OpenStack*.

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Additional Storage Training

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Discover opportunities to earn points selling products from our Storage portfolio of products.

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Resources and Tools to Market Products

Promote your relationship with one of the most recognized brands in the world. Find a collection of marketing tools and assets on Intel® Partner Marketing Studio that can help you build and execute powerful marketing campaigns to move your business forward. Download market-ready ad kits, videos, infographics, posters, templates, banners, and more.

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Product and Performance Information

1 Silent Data Corruption. Source - Intel. Test performed on Intel® SSD S3x00 drives, Samsung PM853T and SM843T, Micron P400e, Seagate 600 Pro and SanDisk Lightening drives. Drives were exposed to increasing amounts of radiation. After a drive “hang”, a power cycle was performed to determine whether the drive would re-boot. If a drive re-booted it was read, and data was compared to the tester’s master copy of the up-to-date data that the drive was expected to contain based on writes the drive had acknowledged as completed prior to the “hang” event. If the drive returned data that differed from the expected data, it was recorded as failing for silent errors. The annual rate of silent errors was projected from the rate during accelerated testing divided by the acceleration of the beam (see JEDEC standard JESD89A).
2 Performance degradation. Source – Intel. Data collected on Intel SSD for Data Center for PCIe family on a standard endurance offering. Performance data collected on cycled drives using short stroke approach adhering to JESD218 method. Data collected on Intel SSD for Data Center for SATA family on a standard endurance offering. Configuration – Windows 2012 Server, DDR4-32GB, Xeon DP Haswell-EP E5-2699 v3 LGA2011 2.3GHz 45MG 145 W 18 core, G60T0045 firmware. Workload flow Sequence - Prefill seq WR, Seq WR highest QD BS -> lowest, Seq RD highest QD BS ->lowest, RND WR highest QD BS ->70WRhighest QD BS->30WR highest QD BS -> RND RD highest QD BS
3 HDD vs. SSD Failure Rate. Intel SSD source - Intel. Intel SSD Annualized Fail Rate Report for all of 2015. Intel® SSD DC S3500, S3700, P3700. HDD source -*,