Micron 9200 NVMe™ Solid State Drives (SSDs) comes under Micron’s flagship performance product line and the second generation of NVMe drives. These SSDs utilize Gen3 PCIe interface, innovative non-volatile memory express protocol, and Micron’s high-speed NAND to provide high-throughput and IOPS, low-latency, and consistent quality of service. The 9200 SSDs are available in high-capacities up to 11TBs and incorporates FlexPro™ firmware architecture to actively tune the capacity to optimize drive performance and endurance. The reliability assurance measures include Cyclic Redundancy Checks (CRC), end-to-end data path protection, capacitor-backed power loss protection, and Micron’s extensive validation, quality, and reliability testing. The 9200 NVMe SSDs also feature thermal monitoring and protection, SMART attributes for status polling and SMBus for out-of-band management. These SSDs are ideally used in big data, high-performance computing, virtualization, and database management.
The Micron 9200 includes three endurance classes:
Micron 9200 PRO: For read-centric use at roughly 1 Drive Writes Per Day (DWPD) with 1.92TB, 3.84TB, and 7.68TB capacities.
Micron 9200 MAX: For mixed-use workloads at about 3 DWPD with 1.6TB, 3.2TB, and 6.4TB capacities.
Micron 9200 ECO: For less than 1 DWPD with 8TB and 11TB capacities.
Micron® 3D NAND Flash
PCI Express® (PCIe®) Gen3 ×4
NVM Express™ (NVMe™) Specification 1.2
3 endurance classes with capacities:
9200 ECO: 8TB and 11TB
9200 PRO: 1.92TB, 3.84TB, and 7.68TB
9200 MAX: 1.6TB, 3.2TB, and 6.4TB
Endurance (total bytes written):
1.6TB: Up to 17.5PB
1.92TB: Up to 16.8PB
3.2TB: Up to 29.8PB
3.84TB: Up to 29.4PB
6.4TB: Up to 59.5PB
7.68TB: Up to 58.8PB
8.0TB: Up to 58.4PB
11.0TB: Up to 80.3PB
Industry-standard 512-byte and 4096-byte sector size support
Power: <8W idle, 25W power limited, or unlimited
Surprise Insertion/Surprise Removal (SISR) and hot-plug capable
Steady state performance (varies by capacity and form factor):
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