Seagate launched IronWolf 525 SSD
|Size||80.15 x 22.15 x 3.58 mm|
|Interface||PCI-E 4.0 x4, NVMe 1.3|
|Continuous reading||5000 MB / s||5000 MB / s||5000 MB / s|
|Continuous write||2500 MB / s||4400 MB / s||4400 MB / s|
|4K random read (Max)||420K IOPS||760K IOPS||760K IOPS|
|4K random write (Max)||630K IOPS||700K IOPS||740K IOPS|
|Average operating power consumption||5.6W||6.5W||6.5W|
This is not the first time Seagate has launched an SSD for NAS. At CES 2019, Seagate released its first IronWolf 110 series SSD for NAS devices. It is a pity that the IronWolf 110 series SSD uses SATA channels, and the performance is relatively mediocre. Seagate launched the IronWolf 510 series SSD last year, using 3D TLC NAND flash memory, and a customized Phison E12 series master, supporting M.2 NVMe, provides four different capacities of 240GB, 480GB, 960GB, and 1.92TB, the performance has been greatly improved, but the price has also risen.
It is expected that the new IronWolf 525 series will replace the IronWolf 510 series, but Seagate has not disclosed the price of the new product and the specific time to market.