Mushkin Announces its ALPHA Series 4TB and 8TB NVMe SSDs

If you are currently in the market for a reliable high-capacity NVMe SSD, US-based computer hardware maker Mushkin has something for you. The company has just unveiled its new ALPHA series of high-performance solid-state drives featuring an industry-leading capacity of up to 8TB.

The new SSDs deliver an uncompromising mix of speed, storage capacity, and reliability for creative professionals and enthusiasts alike. The Mushkin ALPHA series solid-state drives are powered by Phison’s 12 series controller providing balanced performance and capacity along with excellent cost and energy efficiency.

The newcomers seem to be an ideal solution for cloud computing, big data, external storage systems, digital imaging and media, technical and creative applications, cold storage, and everything in between. At 4TB and 8TB capacities, the ALPHA Series SSDs are the highest capacity in Mushkin’s solid-state drives lineup up to date.

The just-released drives offer sequential read and write speeds of up to 3300MB/s along with optimal data flow and TRIM Support when used with a compatible operating system. These are also shock-resistant and come with a built-in LDPC ECC algorithm which provides the most-powerful data correction level in use, according to Mushkin.

Mushkin ALPHA Specifications and Dimensions

  • Capacities: 4TB and 8TB
  • Max Sequential: 3300MB/s (Read) / 3000MB/s (Write)
  • 4KB Random: 550,000 IOPS (Read) / 680,000 IOPS (Write)
  • Operating Temperature: 0°C to 70°C
  • Storage Temperature: -40°C to 85°C
  • Dimensions: 22mm x 80mm X 2.25mm
  • Warranty: 3 Year Limited Warranty

The Mushkin ALPHA 4TB and 8TB SSDs are back by 3-year limited warranty and are now available to order selling for $649 and $1,299 respectively.

[source: Muskin]

Order Links:

  • Mushkin Alpha 4TB PCIe Gen3 x4 NVMe 1.3 SSD (Amazon)
  • Mushkin Alpha 4TB PCIe Gen3 x4 NVMe 1.3 SSD (Amazon)

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