That covers "non-endurance related failure"
Re: you’ll need to replace a failed SSD (Due to a non-endurance related failure. …) once every..
So what's the endurance related failure rate? Early SSDs without good load leveling algorithms had fairly short lives under active write use (the worst, very short lives). Presumably these enterprise level drives have great load leveling algorithms and lots of spare chips - how long do they last under a lot of write activity?