Micron MTFDDAK1T9TDS-1AW1ZABYY 5300 PRO 1.92 TB 2.5" 7 mm SATA SSD

MPN: MTFDDAK1T9TDS-1AW1ZABYY
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Highlights
  • Storage Capacity: 1.92 TB
  • Drive Interface: SATA
  • Maximum Read Transfer Rate: 540 MB/s
  • Maximum Write Transfer Rate: 520 MB/s
MCN-MTFDDAK1T9TDS-1AW1ZABYY-00
MCN-MTFDDAK1T9TDS-1AW1ZABYY-00

Micron MTFDDAK1T9TDS-1AW1ZABYY 5300 PRO 1.92 TB 2.5" 7 mm SATA SSD

MPN: MTFDDAK1T9TDS-1AW1ZABYY
Highlights
  • Storage Capacity: 1.92 TB
  • Drive Interface: SATA
  • Maximum Read Transfer Rate: 540 MB/s
  • Maximum Write Transfer Rate: 520 MB/s
Invigorate Your Infrastructure

Moving to all-flash storage often involves choosing SATA, and your workloads deserve innovation. The Micron® 5300 series of SATA solid state drives (SSDs) brings you the latest 3D NAND technology with everything you expect from Micron's SATA portfolio, which is the broadest in the industry. As the first cost-effective, 96-layer TLC NAND flash drive for SATA, the Micron 5300 rewards modernization efforts with high performance, consistency, and reliability on a proven architecture. The Micron 5300 SSD has a mean time to failure (MTTF) of 3 million device hours-50% more than the norm.

Modernize and Economize to Maximize

Refresh your data center and gain performance upgrades. Modernize your racks, stacks, and server arrays by updating your data center with the performance, consistency, and expanded data security of the Micron 5300 SSD. Its enterprise-class SATA storage delivers robust, consistent performance at 6 Gb/s for your data center and cloud, along with sequential read speeds of 540 MB/s.

Security for Flash Storage

The Micron 5300 series of SATA SSDs includes Micron's solid, secure firmware features - secure digital signatures and boot-time attestation - plus AES 256-bit hardware encryption that follows the TCG Security Subsystem Class (SSC) Enterprise specification for storage devices for servers, data centers, and enterprise applications. The 5300 SSDs operate with the drive's onboard encryption engine, so encryption doesn't cause a degradation in performance.