Storage Inspired. Infrastructure Optimized.

Replace HDDs with the highly efficient Intel® SSD D3-S4510 and D3-S4610 Series to reduce storage operating cost, accelerate read-intensive workloads with power efficient performance.

Move to more efficient storage while preserving your legacy infrastructure. Replacing HDDs with the Intel® SSD D3-S4510 and D3-S4610 Series based on 64-layer Intel® 3D NAND TLC, reduces the storage operating cost, accelerates read-intensive workloads at higher service levels, and improves overall system reliability and flexibility.
These reliable SSDs meet demanding service level requirements while increasing server efficiency. Innovative SATA firmware and the latest generation of Intel® 3D NAND make SSD D3-S4510 and D3-S4610 compatible with existing SATA setups for an easy storage upgrade.

Reduce Operating Cost While Preserving Infrastructure Investment

Built for compatibility in legacy infrastructures, the SSD D3-S4510 and D3-S4610 minimize the costs associated with modernizing your data center. Available in a variety of capacities, from 240GB up to 7.68TB, in a standard 2.5-inch form factor, the larger capacity drives consume up to 6x lower power1 and have up to 6x lower cooling1 requirements than 2.5-inch HDDs. The SSD D3-S4510 and D3-S4610 also enable 3.2x more data to be stored in the same amount of space.2

Accelerate Read-Intensive Workloads with Power-Efficient Performance

Simply by integrating SSDs into the environment, organizations can improve server agility with up to 300x more IOPS/TB4 than HDDs, supporting more users and better services to grow the business without expanding the server footprint. Additionally, the flex workload feature enables a common drive type to cover more workloads with flexible capacity, flexible endurance, and flexible power-efficient performance.

Improve System Reliability and Flexibility

The reliability of the SSD D3-S4510 and D3-S4610 reduces the need for drive replacement that is necessary with HDDs. With a 4.2x lower annualized failure rate (AFR) compared to HDDs, IT departments will spend less time and expense replacing or upgrading storage devices.3 Equally important, once the SSDs are installed, the innovative SATA firmware completes updates without reset, reducing downtime.

Minimize Service Disruptions

For years, Intel has been a leader in providing trusted data center SSDs that maximize data continuity in enterprise and cloud data centers. That reputation continues with the D3-S4510 and D3-S4610 with key capabilities that help ensure more uptime:

  • Consistently delivers durable performance to optimize service level continuity
  • End-to-end data protection helps keep data safe—even in the event of a power loss
  • Up to 4.2x lower annualized failure rates (AFR) means fewer drive replacements3
  • Innovative firmware completes updates without server reset, reducing downtime
  • Simplified configurations reduce risk of component failure and streamline maintenance

Features At-a-Glance5

   

Capacity

S4510: 2.5in - 240GB, 480GB, 960GB, 2TB (1.92TB), 4TB (3.84TB), 8TB (7.68TB)6

S4610: 2.5in - 240GB, 480GB, 960GB, 2TB (1.92TB), 4TB (3.84TB), 8TB (7.68TB)6

Performance4

128KB Sequential Read/Write – up to 560/510 MB/s

S4510: 4KB Random Read/Write – up to 97,000/36,000 IOPS

S4610: 4KB Random Read/Write – up to 97,000/51,000 IOPS

Reliability

Designed for end-to-end data protection from silent data corruption, uncorrectable bit error rate < 1 sector per 1017 bits read

Power

S4510: Active power up to 3.6W; Idle power up to 1.1W

S4610: Active power up to 3.7W; Idle power up to 1.1W

Interface

SATA 6Gb/s

Form Factor

S4510: 2.5in x 7mm

S4610: 2.5in x 7mm

Media

Intel® 3D NAND, TLC

Endurance

S4510: up to 2 DWPD

S4610: 3 DWPD

Warranty

5-year limited warranty

Intel® SSD D3-S4510 Series


Intel® SSD D3-S4610 Series


Produkt- und Leistungsinformationen

1

Die Aussagen zum Energieverbrauch und der Kühlung basieren auf Vergleichsmessungen mit einer im Handel erhältlichen Festplatte. Intel® SSD D3-S4510 (960 GB) und Seagate-Festplatte Enterprise* Performance 10K (900 GB, 2,5", SAS, 12 Gbit/s, Modell ST900MM0168). Für die Testmessungen beider Komponenten wurde ein 128-KB-Workload (131.072 Bytes) mit einer Warteschlangentiefe von 32 sequentiellen Schreibzugriffen mittels FIO* verwendet. Die Berechnung der Vorteile erfolgte als Funktion: Workload-Effizienz-Verhältnis / geringeres Energieverbrauchsverhältnis. Quelle: Intel. Quelle für durchschnittliche Energieverbrauchsdaten der Seagate-Festplatte: https://www.seagate.com/www-content/datasheets/pdfs/enterprise-performance-10khddDS1785-8C-1607US-en_US.pdf.

2

Pro Rack-Einheit bis zu 3,2-mal mehr gespeicherte Daten im Vergleich zu einer 2,5"-Festplatte; Intel® SSD D3-S4510 mit 2,5" und 7,68 TB (erhältlich ab 2019) im Vergleich zu Seagate-Festplatte Enterprise* Performance 10K (SAS, 2,5", 2,4 TB). Quelle: Intel.

3

Basierend auf Datenblatt-AFR-Ziel von 0,44 % für Intel® SSD D3-S4510 im Vergleich zu branchenweitem AFR-Durchschnitt (2,11 %): Quelle für Intel® SSD D3-S4510 – Intel, Quelle für branchenweiten AFR-Durchschnitt – Backblaze.com https://www.backblaze.com/blog/hard-drive-failure-rates-q1-2017/. Für diese Aussage ist „bessere Zuverlässigkeit“ gleichbedeutend mit einer geringeren jährlichen Fehlerrate (AFR) des Produkts.

4

Die Aussage zur Leistung pro Terabyte basiert auf Vergleichsmessungen mit einer im Handel erhältlichen Festplatte. Intel® SSD D3-S4510 (960 GB) und Seagate-Festplatte Enterprise* Performance 10K (900 GB, 2,5", SAS, 12 Gbit/s, Modell ST900MM0168). Für die Testmessungen beider Komponenten wurde ein 4-KB-Workload (4.096 Bytes) mit einer Warteschlangentiefe von 32 wahlfreien Lesezugriffen mittels FIO* verwendet. Der Leistungsvorteil wurde zu 1 TB Speicherkapazität normalisiert. Quelle: Intel.

5

Systemkonfiguration: Mainboard: H270N-WIFI-CF (Gigabyte Technology Co.); CPU-Modellbezeichnung Intel ® Core™ i7-7700 (3600 Hz); BIOS-Version: F8d (American Megatrends Inc.); DRAM insgesamt: 8052144 KB; Betriebssystemversion: CentOS 7.5; Kernel-Version: 4.17; FIO-Version: 3.1.

6 Available in 2019.