IronWolf 510, Seagate announces the first PCIe SSD built for enterprise NAS

Seagate introduces its NVMe M.2 SSDs for multi-user NAS environments, the IronWolf 510, with the IronWolf 510’s mechanics designed to meet the demands of heavy-duty, high throughput requirements.

The IronWolf 510 is an NVMe M.2 SSD M.2 that delivers up to 3GB/sec throughput. It is designed for multi-user NAS systems and intensive 24×7 usage. It is the world’s first PCIe SSD built for enterprise and creative professional NAS.

Seagate explains:

“The Seagate IronWolf 510 SSD meets the requirements of leading NAS manufacturers for higher data utilization and sustained performance with one write per day (1 DWPD). The Seagate IronWolf 510 SSD offers high reliability with an average downtime of 1.8 million hours in PCIe format. It also includes two years of data recovery services and a five-year limited warranty.”

IronWolf 510 SSD, from 240 GB to 1.92 TB

The IronWolf 510 SSD PCIe 3rd generation x4, NVMe 1.3 series is available in 240GB, 480GB, 960GB and 1.92TB sizes. It is compatible with NAS solutions from leading manufacturers to provide server storage for SMBs and creative professional NAS users.

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IronWolf 510, Seagate announces the first PCIe SSD built for enterprise NAS

These solutions are available immediately at prices of €114.00, €159.00, €319.00 and €519.00 respectively.

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