We plan to record/read data as fast as 10 ms (that's milliseconds) to a database. Now, this database will be in a factory so there is gonna be a lot of vibrations, temps, etc...

Logically the first choice to everyone is a SSD. The problem with the SSD is that writing/reading information THAT fast will completely destroy the SSD in no time. So that's why it better to go with a traditional one.

Ive rethought about it and I want to confirm this as being true: Writing/reading 10ms data to a database stored on a SSD would kill it in no time, right?

Why does the DB server have to be on the factory floor where all the vibration is occurring? And if it is a requirement for some reason, there are ways of isolating the server by placing it on a base that will dampen the vibrations.

Why does the DB server have to be on the factory floor where all the vibration is occurring? And if it is a requirement for some reason, there are ways of isolating the server by placing it on a base that will dampen the vibrations.

It has to be to comply to certain standards. And yes, if we go mechanical, there are ways to dampen the vibration like you mentioned.