Micron Technology, Inc. is an American company headquartered in Boise, Idaho, founded on October 5th 1978.
The Micron products are marketed and sold under then Crucial and Ballistix brands, these products include: SDRAM type memory, DDR/2/3/4 RAM and NAND & Flash type storage chips.
In 2009, Micron was the first company to announce an SSD equipped with a SATA interface capable of 6 Gbit/s speeds. At the present time, Micron is involved in the manufacture and sale of memory chips for countless brands and product types.
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Packaging and accessories
The P1 SSD is delivered in a small form factor cardboard box. The front side of the box features the general information about the product, the P1 name brand and the drive capacity alongside the type of storage drive.
The back side of the packaging has a brief description about the software offered by Crucial, and how it can be used, in several languages. A disclaimer regarding the true storage capacity is also printed on the lower side.
The SSD is protected by a hard-plastic shell that is held closed by two clips. Thanks to the light weight of the P1 SSD and the hard structure of the shell, the protection against drops and impacts is very good.
Form Factor: M.2 Type 2280
Interface: NVMe/PCIe Gen3 x4
Controller: Silicon Motion SM2263
Flash Chips: Micron 64L 3D QLC NAND
Sequential Read: 1900 MB/s
Sequential Write: 950 MB/s
Max. 4k random file read: 90,000 IOPS
Max. 4k random file write: 220,000 IOPS
SLC Write Cache: 5GB min/ 50GB max
Write Endurance: 100 TB 0.1 DWPD
Life Expectancy (MTTF): 1.5 million hours
Operating Temperature: 0°C to 70°C
Operating Voltage: 8W (Max)
Dimensions: 22mm x 80mm
Warranty: 5 years