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Plextor, the global leader in digital storage technology brand has just announced the debut of its M8Se series Solid State Drives which feature the newest generation of high-speed standards. It supports mainstream ultra-high-speed NVMe interfaces, also uses TLC NAND and control chip components, and heat sinks with a streamlined aesthetic design.

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The M8Se NVMe SSD has already won the prestigious iF Design Award, which is recognized as a testament of excellent design, chosen from over 5,575 entries by a jury composed of experts from around the globe.

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The device also caters to various user requirements for SSD upgrades or system assembly, adhering to both PCIe and M.2 2280 specifications. The PCIe version adopts lines drawn from fluid mechanics and a professional heat sink design, allowing for good aesthetics combined with efficient thermal conductivity.

The M8Se series also has the most trustworthy service life and stability among other SSDs. The Marvell control chip and the Toshiba Super-High-Performance TLC NAND flash memory allows for outstanding performance, read/write service life, capacity, and stability, better than a typical TLC SSD.

The M8Se is powered by the latest generation NVMe PCIe Gen 3x 4 super high-speed transmission interface which provides high bandwidth and low latency that paves the way for sequential read/write access speeds of up to 2,450/1,000 MB/s and random read/write speeds of up to 210,000/175,000 IOPS.

Plextor firmware technology along with advanced LDCP debugging capability gives the M8Se series improved read/write reliability. The exclusive PlexNitro write cache technology ensures the most reliable read/write performance, and the extended SSD service life provides peace of mind to long-term users.

The Plextor M8Se series is expected to reach the market in June of 2017, and will be available in 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB capacities. These products have passed Plextor’s sringent quality tests, and come with a 1.5 million hour MTBF (mean time between failures) guarantee apart from a 3-year warranty period.

 

Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.