Enterprise & Data Center SSD Form Factor
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The Enterprise & Data Center SSD Form Factor (EDSFF) is a storage form factor for use in the data center that is being developed by the EDSFF Working Group. It is based on Intel's former Ruler SSD standard.
First products conforming to the EDSFF standard have been launched:
- Intel launched the Intel® SSD D5-P4326 Series in May 2019, a 15.36 TB SSD in the E1.L form factor
- Supermicro launched their first E1.L (Long) & E1.S (Short) chassis
- Echostreams launched their 2U 108-drive chassis, with up to 3.3 PB of all-flash storage
Early products conforming to the EDSFF standard have been announced:
- Intel has announced a series of SSD devices
- Supermicro has announced an enclosure or storage server for 32 EDSFF SSDs.
- "EDSFF Working Group - EDSFF Form Factor". EDSFF Form Factor.
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- "Supermicro | Products | SuperStorage | 1U | 1029P-NEL32R". www.supermicro.com. Retrieved 2019-05-28.
- "Supermicro | Products | SuperStorage | 1U | 1029P-NES32R". www.supermicro.com. Retrieved 2019-05-28.
- "FlacheSAN2N108M-D5 2U with 108x hot-swappable Intel® EDSFF (E1.L) NVMe SSD bays". echostreams. Retrieved 2019-05-28.
- "Intel Reimagines Data Center Storage with new 3D NAND SSDs". newsroom.intel.com. 15 February 2018. Retrieved 13 August 2018.
- "SuperStorage SSG-136R-NR32JBF". www.supermicro.com. Retrieved 13 August 2018.
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