Intel® High Performance Solid-State Drives
What Is the Difference Between Controllers with or Without Compression Function?

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Data compression is the process of encoding information so that fewer bits are stored on the drive. Data compression reduces write amplification, that can increase the endurance of a solid-state drive.

The data compression engine in the Intel® Solid-State Drive (Intel® SSD) controller optimizes performance based on the data pattern of the workload.

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Intel® SSD 525 Series

Intel® SSD 520 Series

Intel® SSD 330 Series

Intel® SSD 335 Series

Intel® SSD 530 Series (M.2)

Intel® SSD 530 Series (2.5-inch)

This applies to:

Intel® SSD 330 Series
Intel® SSD 335 Series
Intel® SSD 520 Series
Intel® SSD 525 Series
Intel® SSD 530 Series
Intel® SSD Pro 2500 Series

Solution ID: CS-034537
Last Modified: 17-Apr-2015
Date Created: 04-Sep-2013
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