Discover client PCLe SSDs and the world's first ground-breaking quad-level technology from Micron.
Micron 2200: Blazing speed –
NVMe™ and PCIe®speed for client computing.
The Micron® 2200 series NVMe™ SSD are revolutionising computing on the go. The Micron 2200 SSD is the first fully Micron-designed client storage device—from the wafer to the controller and firmware, through production and testing. It represents a new path for Micron, providing consistency, simplicity and stability for tighter quality control and faster qualification and time to market. PCIe® delivers the benefits of flash, with high performance, low latency and scalability. The Micron 2200 SSD is the company’s first client drive with flash-optimised NVMe protocols, delivering up to 1TB of lightning-quick NVMe flash storage for intense computing workloads on notebooks, mobile workstations, tablets and other mobile devices. The Micron 2200 M.2 is built with our 3D triple-level cell (TLC) 64-layer NAND technology, providing cost efficiencies and longer battery life. The Micron 2200 SSD was designed from the ground up for nonvolatile storage, with four lanes of data transmission for expanded throughput. It enables performance with enough headroom, bandwidth and storage space to handle demanding client workloads.
Built on the latest 3D TLC NAND technology and client SSD architecture, the Micron 2200 delivers more data storage in the same footprint. The state-of-the-art, stackable 64-tier 3D NAND die allows up to 1TB of storage in an M.2 form factor for better cost control.
Get NVMe for client systems.
NVMe, the protocol on PCIe purpose-built for flash storage, reduces latency and streamlines the storage command set. Given the ease of OS integration and the standard PCIe sockets on Intel platforms, NVMe drivers have become standard in Windows 10 operating systems, making PCIe even easier to adopt at a lower price and making NVMe speed a more cost-efficient advantage.
Go mobile for longer.
The Micron 2200 offers power efficiency enhancements for longer battery life thanks to device sleep (DEVSLP) low-power modes. Consuming less than 5mW in low-power mode, the Micron 2200 uses significantly less power than HDDs—and over 20X less in active mode. And longer battery life means more mobile employee uptime.
Keep it cool.
Increased reliability in space-constrained designs with an adaptive thermal monitoring feature limits heat generated by the SSD in the small footprint M.2 form factor.
Depend on Micron endurance.
An optimised 3D TLC NAND component and SSD architecture enables the Micron 2200 to deliver strong performance and solid endurance.
Reduce time on your qualifications.
The Micron 2200 establishes a new Micron client platform; thus, successive solutions on this platform will require fewer qualification processes for OEM customers, saving time and money.
Crunches, saves, deploys and protects.
Self-encrypting drive (SED) technology offers reliable encryption for valuable mobile data-at-rest without performance degradation. All encryption/decryption utilises an AES-256-bit XTS hardware engine that complies with the TCG™ Opal 2.0 standards with no impact on performance.
Room to grow.
Moving from HDD to SSD for your client storage provides your first performance boost. The Micron 2200 SSD also brings bandwidth, storage space and headroom to your client platform. Max out your potential, not your storage. With the Micron 2200, you get more infrastructure, TCO and flexibility to expand to meet the demanding client workloads you have today, with room to position you for what may come.
The Micron 5210 ION-series.
The first SSD to challenge hard drives. The Micron 5210 ION is the world’s first SSD to market with ground-breaking quad-level cell (QLC) NAND technology, delivering fast capacity for less. Designed for the workloads of today and tomorrow, the Micron 5210 SSD accelerates analysis into action. It’s ideal for handling the demands of real-time analytics, big data, media streaming, block/object stores, SQL/NoSQL, and the data lakes that feed artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning. Without the limitations of disk technology, the storage architecture will finally become faster and more scalable, providing more infrastructure flexibility and data intelligence.
Before the age of AI, data centre read-to-write ratios1 were typically 4:1. Now it’s more like 5,000:1 and solutions to problems are increasingly found in the patterns data makes. Whether you’re querying a 10TB SQL database, streaming content and adjusting to traffic, or analysing daily transactions to tune your business model: real-time speed reading is key. Machines only learn as quickly as they can read and analyse data.
Unlock the potential of huge data sets. With QLC SSDs.
Capacities of Micron 5210 SSDs start in terabytes, not gigabytes. For a good reason. QLC technology allows you to store 33 percent more bits per cell. Trawl through oceans of data for an attractive price while saving unbelievable amounts2. Adjust endurance and write performance with the signature Flex Capacity feature to meet the needs of ever larger workloads.
Spin struggles. You don´t have to.
Get 175X faster random reads, 30X faster random writes, 2X faster sequential throughput than the largest 10K hybrid HDDs3. It’s also 3X more energy efficient,which lowers the total cost of ownership in the terabyte range. Compared to 8.9 cm (3.5") 7,200 RPM hard drives, you can pack twice as many 6.4 cm (2.5") Micron 5210 SSDs into a standard 2U rack, saving you power, cooling, licences, and floor space4. What is the cost of your racks?
Discover a full enterprise feature set.
Get everything you expect: AES 256-bit encryption, TCG enterprise options, end-to-end data path protection, power loss protection, and 5-year warranty.
1 According to research published in “Data Storage, AI, and IO Patterns” (http://www.enterprisestorageforum.com/print/storage-technology/data-storage-ai-and-io-patterns.html).
2 Endurance varies by workload and drive capacity. See the Key Specifications table in this document for additional workload-specific information.
3 Based on public datasheet values, the Micron 5200 SSD has an MTTF (mean time to failure) of 3 million operating hours compared with the industry standard of 2 million for SATA Enterprise SSDs. Converting these figures into annual failure rates, the Micron 5200 has an annual failure rate of 0.29% compared to 0.44% for competing drives. Enhanced reliability is the foundation of consistent, predictable performance.
2 Based on public datasheet values for the 1.92 TB Micron 5210 SSD (70,000 IOPS) and SNIA PTSe IOPS industry standard test results or 2.4 TB 10,000 hybrid hard drives (rounded up to 400 IOPS). Actual performance may vary. Energy efficiency comparison based on datasheet values for active average reads.
4 Based on a standard 2U storage server with capacity for twelve 8.9 cm (3.5") drives or 24 6.4 cm (2.5") drives.
The product warranty extends only to the specifications given in Micron's data sheet. Products and specifications may be changed without prior notice.