We are reviewing the details about this and will get back to you soon with further information.
We reviewed the information and the number in the specifications for Petabytes Written is not accurate.
The correct number for endurance is 17 Drive Writes Per Day, or 62.05 Petabytes Written.
We expect to have this corrected in the document soon.
But what if I write 20 drive writes/day? Can I still write 62.05 petabytes total?
You should be able to write 62.05 PB to the drive regardless of the amount of drive writes per day, or the time it takes to reach that amount of data.
The 62.05 PB is the amount of data the drive is expected to endure before it is considered to be "worn out".
The SSD is not capable of knowing how long a day is, and does not keep track of how much data is written to it during a given period of time.
We provide the Drive Writes per Day value in the specification to give the customers a different way to think about the endurance. For example, if an Intel® SSD DC P3700 2.0 TB drive had a typical workload of 17 drive writes per day, it would take approximately 5 years to reach the 62.05 PB.