Kingston showcases its upcoming Enterprise-class SSD, the DCP1000 PCIe AIC SSD and DCU1000 PCIe U.2 SSD, previously made its appearance back in CES 2017, during our brief visit to Kingston’s booth. 

On the left is the DCP1000 that features capacity of up to 4TB and it utilizes, the PCI Express 3.0 x8 interface which is capable of delivering a staggering 7GB/s performance. The DCU1000 which is located on the right, features a 2.5 form factor enclosure with a PCI Express x4 U.2 interface to enable spped of up to 3..6GB//s.
Available on display at Kingston’s booth, both the SSD can be configured for RAID mode to achieve a number of close to 2000000 IOPS, for enterprise level users with high demand for data transfer rate.

No information on both its availability and pricing was given during our visit to Kingston’s booth, but we will update the details here as soon as we manage to get our hands on the news.

Moving on to the KC1000 NVMe SSD, the KC1000 is available in 230GB, 480GB and 960GB, capable of delivering up to 290,000 IOPS and is backed by a 5-year limited warranty from Kingston.
Kingston’s high-performance NVMe SSD for the consumer market which was announced a week ago will be available starting from the 3rd week of June 2017, but Kingston has yet to reveal any information regarding to its price.

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