Micron has announced the immediate availability of the Micron 2300 and Micron 2210, two new NVMe M.2 SSDs designed for client computing applications. The Micron 2300 SSD is ideal for compute-heavy applications while the Micron 2210 combines NVMe performance with low-cost QLC NAND for a very affordable overall price point.
Both SSDs leverage Micron’s 96-layer 3D NAND technology, which combines power-savings, up to 2TB in capacity, and a compact form factor for flexible deployment. Micron also indicates enhanced client security features and capabilities for protecting data as well as TCG Opal 2.0 and TCG Pyrite 2.0 support.
The Micron® 2300 SSD combines the power and density needed to drive compute-heavy applications in a compact form factor with the reduced power consumption modern mobile users demand. For the first time, Micron brings together NVMe performance and low-cost quad-level-cell (QLC) NAND in the Micron® 2210 QLC SSD. It combines fast NVMe throughput and Micron’s leadership in QLC technology to offer flash capabilities at hard disk drive-like price points while reducing power consumption by 15 times when compared to hard drives.