N10 NAS SSD
With SSD prices continuing to become more affordable, there’s never been a better time to replaced your traditional Hard Drivers with using SSDs in you NAS to enjoy higher performance, smoother multimedia experience. addlink N10 NAS SSD support 2.5" SATA III 6Gb/s form factors and capacities from 256GB up to 2TB. It is an ideal solution to aim at home, Soho, & SMB Nas for multi-user environments.
Why SSD for NAS?
Better endurance, aim at 24/7 workload application
addNAS SSD use the controller that support the advanced error-correcting code (ECC) technology combines LDPC, RAID ECC protection, and support advanced wear leveling, bad block management. Together, to extend the P/E (Program/Erase ) cycle endurance of the Flash SSD Drive.
High Reliability、100% Quality Test
- Equip the reliable 3D TLC Flash
- 2 million hours reliability
- 5 years limited warranty
Built for performance, efficiency and low latency
N10 2.5" SATA III 6GB/s NAS SSD Read/Write up to 550/500 MB/s. N10 2.5" SATA III 6GB/s NAS SSD allow SSDs to use some of the DRAM attached to the system. It help SSD improve random read/write performance.
Access large files in less time & improve IOPS through SSD Caching
Improve Random Read/Write through SSD Caching
Determining the SSD Cache
A recommended cache would be If the accessed file size is 500 GB daily, the corresponding SSD Cache size should be 400 – 600 GB to ensure that all hot data can be accommodated.
SSD Cache Type
For the NAS SSD Cache type, you can select read only, write only, & read-write type.
For Read only type, you need > x1 pc SSD or more
For Read/Write type, you need > x2 pcs SSD or more
It is better to have the same type & capacity for NAS cache.
Support S.M.A.R.T & TRIM
for lifetime analytic & extending
The S.M.A.R.T feature make you can monitor current temperature and S.M.A.R.T. status of the drive & overall health status.
Optimal performance and longevity
The TRIM feature improves the read and write performance & extending the lifetime of SSDs.
*According to addlink inside test by CrystalDiskMark software, read and write speed depend on the device, interface, usage and other factors so that actual performance may be lower.