Cisco 2.5-inch SSD SATA Interface

Most Cisco 2.5-inch solid state drives (SSDs) use the SATA interface. This is a standard interface that is used to connect mass storage devices to a computer's motherboard. SATA provides a high-speed data transfer rate, which is ideal for SSDs.

Some Cisco 2.5-inch SSDs also use the NVMe interface. NVMe is a newer interface that is designed specifically for SSDs. It provides a much higher data transfer rate than SATA, making it ideal for high-performance applications.

The specific interface that a Cisco 2.5-inch SSD uses will be specified in the product documentation. You can also check the drive's sticker to see the interface type.

Here are some of the benefits of using a SATA interface for Cisco 2.5-inch SSDs:

  • High data transfer speeds: SATA 6 Gbps can transfer data at up to 600 MB/s, which is much faster than the traditional SATA 3 Gbps interface. This means that you can transfer large files quickly and easily.
  • Wide compatibility: SATA is a widely supported interface, so you can be sure that your Cisco 2.5-inch SSD will be compatible with your computer.
  • Low cost: SATA is a relatively inexpensive interface, so you can save money on your storage costs.

Here are some examples of Cisco 2.5-inch SSDs that use the SATA interface:

  • Cisco UCS-SD120GM1X-EV
  • Cisco UCS-SD38TBKS4EV-RF
  • Cisco UCS-SD480GSAS-EV

Here are some examples of Cisco 2.5-inch SSDs that use the NVMe interface:

  • Cisco UCSC-NVMEHW-H1600
  • Cisco UCSC-NVMEHW-H3200
  • Cisco UCSC-NVMEHW-H6400

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