Seagate has launched the world’s first IronWolf NAS SSD and this Seagate IronWolf NAS SSD has large storage size making sure that more files can be stored and reduce the workloads of NAS. This post will list some specifications of this IronWolf 110 SSD.

Seagate Has Announced the World’s First IronWolf SSD for NAS

The storage company Seagate has released a lot of large storage size hard drives, such as a series of 14TB hard drives. And recently, it introduces a lot of new products at the CES 2019 including the new LaCie, FireCuda, BarraCuda, Backup Plus, and IronWolf-branded products.

Thus, it has announced that the IronWolf 110 SSD – the world’s first SSD for NAS which is aiming at the enterprise users will be launched in the later.

The NAS units currently being introduced also come with tiering support, allowing the flash-based storage devices to act as caches and improve the performance for the real-world workloads. In this way, the Seagate IronWolf NAS SSD will stimulate the development of the storage market.

The first Seagate IronWolf SSD for NAS comes in large capacity, ranging from 240GB to 3.84TB and it comes with DuraWrite technology which can help to improve the read and write performance and extend the life of the flash.

This Seagate IronWolf NAS SSD takes advantage of 3D TLC so as to provide sustained read and write performance with between 560MB/s and 535MB/s. However, one thing you need to know is that the read and write performance may be varied depending on the storage size.

The form factor of this Seagate NAS SSD is 2.5 in x7mm. For the 3.84TB model of this Seagate IronWolf 110 SSD, the random read and write IOPS respectively are 85,000 and 45,000. And the total bytes written are about 7000. Obviously, for more specifications of other capacities of this Seagate IronWolf NAS SSD, you can refer to the following table.

specifications of Seagate IronWolf SSD

The Seagate IronWolf 110 SSD supports the 1DWPD endurance which implies that Seagate expects them to be used for the typical read-heavy NAS scenarios.

The Seagate IronWolf SSD comes with a 5-year limited warranty and a 2-year data recovery rescue services.

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In addition, the IronWolf 110 SSD is designed for creative professionals, professional users, the enterprises, SMB, as well as SME NAS users. And this Seagate IronWolf SSD is used for read-heavy workloads. Those users with 10G-capable NAS units are bound to benefit from flash-equipped bays.

Thus, this IronWolf 110 SSD will decrease the workload of NAS and enable users to store more files with this solid-state drive. On the other hand, this Seagate IronWolf NAS SSD also has a good read and write performance. It would be a good choice for professional workers. But the price of this Seagate IronWolf SSD is also an important feature, and it is not yet announced at present.

Final Words

After reading this post, you can get the information that the Seagate has announced that it will release the world’s first NAS SSD – IronWolf 110 SSD. And the storage size of this Seagate NAS SSD can reach up to 3.84TB which enables users to store more files and reduce the workloads of NAS. What’s more, this Seagate IronWolf SSD also can provide a fast transmission rate so that it would be a good choice for those professional workers.

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