PNY Announced New Solid State Drive Line-Up

/ 3 years ago


PNY Technologies announced a new line-up of high-performance Solid State Drives for enterprise, client, and consumer storage solutions. The EP7000 Series is designed for enterprises, the CL4000 Series is designed for client OEM business environments, while the CS2000 series is geared towards enthusiasts and the CS1000 is the budget series.

“PNY’s new range of Solid State Drives is a result of the company’s renewed focus on delivering innovative, high-quality SSD products to address the growing needs of the storage market,” said Vinny Girardi, Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Storage Solutions & New Products group at PNY. “This new series of solid state drives are highly reliable, as they have gone through rigorous validation and testing, ensuring they meet the stringent requirements specific to the enterprise and client markets. This new line-up of SSDs will truly make life simple for our customer base!”


The CS1000 series is the next generation of Optima SSDs and will be available as both 2.5-inch and m.2 form factors with capacities ranging from 120 to 480GB. The CS2000 series is the next installment in the XLR8 series and comes as 2.5-inch form factor with capacities up to 960GB. The CL4000 OEM series is the next generation of Prevail SSDs that feature DEVSleep and other power saving features at a balanced performance ratio, and capacities from 80 to 980GB in the 2.5-inch size. Lastly, the EP7000 enterprise series comes as 2.5-inch with 120GB to 480GB and features such as hardware power fail support, RAID configurations, AES-256 bit, hardware encryption and compression.

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PNY offers a three-year warranty on the CS2000 and CS1000 while the EP7000 and CL4000 Series enjoy a five-year warranty and will be available for purchase by Q2 2015.

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