Solidigm adds a new M.2 SSD

The P41 Plus is an average development in many ways, and it can be successful mostly in the OEM market.

Solidigm, which was born at the end of last year, announced its P41 Plus SSD family, which is an average solution in many respects, and hopefully the company won’t go too far in terms of pricing either. The M.2 2280 format models with x4 PCI Express 4.0 interface, using NVMe protocol, offer a capacity of 512 GB, 1 and 2 TB, and are placed on a printed circuit board with a Silicon Motion SM2269XT controller 144 cell layer QLC NAND flash chips line up.


Developments capable of sequential read and write speeds of up to 4125 and 3325 MB/s can show a random read and write performance of 390 and 540 thousand IOPS, respectively, while depending on the capacity we can expect a write tolerance of 200, 400 and 800 TBW.

The distribution of new products with a 5-year warranty certified for 1.6 million hours of MTBF operating time will begin soon, but there is no information about the goods yet. It is worth noting that the OEM will be able to order the upgrades in both M.2 2242 and 2230 formats.

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