Kingston Introduces Next-Gen SSDs for Consumers, Power Users, Enterprises

Clarke Velasco
Kingston demonstrated everyday life storage solutions featuring upcoming SSDs (solid-state drives) in the Computex 2019, the biggest computing trade show of the year, in Taipei, Taiwan.
This year, Kingston aims to show high-performance storage products for consumer and enterprise, as well as embedded solutions which power products found in your everyday life.

Kingston Introduces Next-Gen SSDs for Consumers, Power Users, Enterprises
Kingston Introduces Next-Gen SSDs for Consumers, Power Users, Enterprises

Among the products introduced was the KC2000 M.2 NVMe PCIe SSD, which uses the latest controller and 96-layer 3D TLC NAND to offer superior read/write speeds, improving the workflow in desktop, workstations and high-performance computing systems. It also supports end-to-end data protection to ensure the data’s safety.

The leading memory storage and tech solutions company also teased the Data Center 500 Series Enterprise SSDs. The DC500R is optimized for read-intensive applications while DC500M is optimized for mixed-use workloads. Both SSDs implement strict Quality of Service (QoS) requirements to ensure predictable I/O performance and low latencies.

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Lastly, Kingston offered a sneak peek to the A2000 M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD, which features a 4 Channel Gen 3 x4 controller and 3D TLC NAND. With a built-in NVMe driver, it supports various systems, especially notebook PCs as it uses lower power consumption and gives off less heat.

Meanwhile, the company continues to offer rock-solid reliability and maximum performance for SI and IPC system builders. Kingston’s 100% tested products come with full BOM control and Product Change Notification.

Kingston’s embedded solutions include eMMC, eMCP, ePOP and DRAM components. The embedded solutions are widely used in consumer electronics such as robotic vacuums, notebooks and smart speakers and many other devices that exists in people’s daily lives.

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