1. Unformatted. 1GB = 1 billion bytes. Formatted capacity is less.
2. 128KB transfer size, steady state
3. 4KB transfer size, steady state
*The Micron 5200 was the first enterprise SSD available to purchase with 64-layer 3D NAND. Performance comparison based on public data sheet specifications for GB/s throughput and random write IOPS performance for comparable enterprise SATA 2.5-inch read-intensive product family as of the date of this document’s publication. Actual performance may vary.
**Based on IOPS performance of 24 hard drives (300GB, 10K RPM, SAS) compared to a single 960GB Micron 5100 PRO SSD in an OLTP workload environment. Results do not reflect differences in capacity and hard drives were not short-stroked. Actual performance may vary. For conceptual purposes only.
***Per public data sheet specifications, the Micron 5200 SSD has a mean time to failure (MTTF) of 3 million device hours, compared to the 2 million hours for SATA enterprise SSDs. Converting these numbers to annualized failure rates gives the Micron 5200 a 0.29% annualized failure rate versus 0.44% for competing drives. Enhanced reliability is the foundation for consistent, predictable performance.
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