Enterprise SSDs are generally used on servers, which require lower hardware cost for the disk itself, and pay more attention to data integrity and long-time read and write performance stability, because servers basically work 7X24 hours all the year round, and the amount of read and write data is relatively large, which requires high durability of SSDs. Consumer solid state drives pay attention to cost, have no requirements for data security, and consumer devices do not use 7X24 hours, so there is no requirement for performance stability, and the amount of data written is small, and the service life is not high.
Warranty for 5 years, and DWPD values vary according to different applications. Content servers (such as video website servers) are more likely to read, so DWPD=0.3 or less are OK. Hybrid read-write servers require DWPD=1 or above, while heavy writes may require DWPD=3.
U.2 (SFF-8639 SSD), renamed by Intel to U.2 for easy memory; U.2 solid-state disk with PCIe 4Lane signal, NVMe protocol, 2.5-inch shape, easy to plug directly into the cabinet hard drive slot