Optimized for data center demands
Coming in a 2.5-inch form factor and 6 Gb/s SATA interface with storage capacities up to 7.68TB, the PM893 meets the demands of server storage systems, with added reliability for critical data thanks to end-to-end data protection.
Performance fit for mixed workloads
The PM893 is designed to achieve optimal performance with a high level of QoS (quality of service) under the SATA interface. The sequential read/write speeds of up to 550/520 MB/s and random read/write speeds of up to 98K/30K IOPS are ideal for handling massive amounts of data.
Secure critical data
Data integrity is critical to data center SSD. The PM893 is safeguarded with end-to-end data protection to ensure consistency over the entire data transfer path and prevents data corruption in case of power failure with power loss protection.
Enhanced operations efficiency
Accomplish far more with less. Achieve higher efficiency and performance compared to legacy storage systems, with fewer servers, reduced power and cooling, and lower TCO 3, all with efficient management from the advanced Samsung SSD Toolkit software.
Samsung reliability and quality
Experience the superior SSD quality and reliability of in-house production using Samsung built components. Empower your 24/7 business to run faster, more efficiently, and at reduced costs with world-class dependability with a limited 5-year warranty or 1.0 DWPD 4,5
SSDs, or disks with flash memories don’t yet reach such high capacities as traditional HDDs. Their undeniable advantages are however their high read/write speed and lower latency. Their lifetimes are basically equal to those of traditional hard drives nowadays, however, it’s important to choose the correct key DWPD value (no. of rewrites of the total capacity of the disk within one day).
When choosing a hard drive it’s important to consider the choice of SATA, SAS, or NVMe disks. SATA and SAS disks are intended for both HDDs and SSDs and differ in their theoretical transfer speeds. NVMe disks are flash-based only and as such reach much higher read/write numbers and are also characterized by their very low latency.
Speed and Capacity
A key parameter in terms of hard drives is their RPM, which ranges between 5400 and 15000. This directly influences the speed of the drive and with that, its price. Today, more and more HDDs are being replaced by SSD solutions. SSDs are many times faster and their prices are starting to get closer to those of traditional HDDs. Their access times are also often faster and there’s no wear when reading from the flash memory. The newest standard, NVMe, increases the quality of disks with flash memories even more and more hard drive manufacturers are starting to use it.
|Manufacturer Part Number
|PM893 Solid State Drive
|Solid State Drive
|Maximum Read Transfer Rate
|Maximum Write Transfer Rate
|Random 4KB Read
|Random 4KB Write
|Network & Communication
|Drive Interface Standard