While the client SSD space has become rather uninteresting lately, the same cannot be said of the enterprise segment. The types of workloads in the enterprise world can require virtually unlimited storage requirements, which creates a large market for various kinds of drives. Today we take a look at Micron's new entry-level enterprise drive, the M500DC, which is derived from the consumer M500. Read on to find out how it performs as well as what our new enterprise test suite looks like!
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