Kingston's DCP1000 solid-state drive delivers up to 1.25 million IOPS from a single device, with ultra-low transactional latency and high throughput, making it ideal for data centers requiring extreme performance.
It features ultra-fast NVMe PCIe Gen 3.0 x8, speeds of 7GB/s and hardware-based pFail. DCP1000 has flexible drive topology and supports flexible software RAID capability to save on redundant hardware costs. It supports 3.2TB from a single HHHL card and can be optimized for performance or redundancy, and a single card can be configured for RAID via the host software.
It's fast and economical to deploy, using native in-box NVMe drivers specifically built for PCIe-attached SSDs, and it's plug-and-play with all major operating systems. It has UEFI boot support and low overhead architecture.
In addition to its standard electrolytic capacitor pFail design, DCP1000's enterprise-class features include next-gen ECC data protection and end-to-end data path protection.