N50 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 NAS SSD support M.2 NVMe 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
- 1.5 million hours reliability
- 5 years limited warranty
Built for performance, efficiency and low latency
N50 M.2 NVMe NAS SSD Read/Write up to 2500/2100 MB/s. N50 M.2 NVMe 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.