Company Kingston Digital announced its latest solid state drive interface Kingston DCP1000 NVMe PCIe at the exhibition NAB Show (National Association of Broadcasters), specifically designed for the data center. The new storage architecture opens up additional opportunities for professionals in broadcasting, digital effects, 8K-video and other areas. Occupying only one slot PCIe, DCP1000 drive, due to extra low response time, is able to perform up to 1.25 million I-Os per second, providing a reading speed to 7 GB / s and a recording speed to 6 GB / s.
Kingston DCP1000 is a comprehensive response to requests from professionals in the field of digital content. With minimum delay and the highest in the industry of information exchange rate, it is the best solution in the field of data storage for multi-threaded processing and broadcasting of high-definition video in the shortest possible time “- said the SSD-business manager of Kingston Ariel Perez.
Open demonstration DCP1000 opportunities on the stand Kingston Digital will be conducted with the use of video walls with simultaneous display of more than 400 high-resolution video streams from one DCP1000 drive. In addition, using the rack 1U server format with four SSD Kingston DCP1000, the company plans to demonstrate the 4.5 million IOPS per second, and 20 GB / s bandwidth with serial communications.
Thus, the drive will substantially accelerate the editing and processing of images and videos of high resolution (up to 8K), and virtual reality systems having fast-growing demands on storage devices. Thus, professional users will be able to manage the content in real time and avoid delays that could affect the timing of the tasks for the preparation of media materials.
Specifications of Kingston DCP1000:
Form Factor: PCIe-card half-length, half-height
Interface: NVMe PCle Gen 3.0 x8
Capacity: 800 GB, 1.6 and 3.2 TB
Sequential read / write:
800 GB: 6800/5000 MB / s;
1.6 TB: 6800/6000 MB / s;
3.2 TB: 6800/6000 MB / s.
Settled exchange rate random blocks of size 4k, read / write:
800 gb: 900 000/145 000 IOPS;
TB 1.6: 1 100 000/200 000 IOPS;
3.2 TB: 1,000,000 / 180,000 IOPS.
Delays (typical) read / write 100/30 s
Mean time between failures (MTBF): 2 million hours
Warranty: Limited 5-year warranty with free technical support.