A pair of SSDs featuring SATA and PATA interfaces operates in the industrial temperature range. The NANDrive embedded SSDs from Greenliant Systems use MLC NAND flash memory and combine a NAND controller with NAND flash die. The devices provide power interrupt data protection, bad block management, and built-in ECC. Security features include user-selectable protection zones and military-grade "instant" erase commands, while a health monitor estimates remaining drive lifespan and takes action to prevent data loss.
Key features of the GLS85LS SATA:
Form factors: 14 x 24 x 1.95 mm 145-ball BGA package
Capacity: 2 GB to 64 GB
Read performance: 110 MB/s
Write performance: up to 60 MB/s.
3.3 V and 1.2 V power supply
Active mode as low as 360mW (typical)
Sleep mode: 70mW (typical)
Key features of the GLS85LP PATA:
Form factors: 12 mm x 24 mm 91-ball LBGA package
14 mm x 24 mm 91-ball LBGA/BGA package
Capacity: 512 MB to 32 GB
Read performance up to 60 MB/s
Write performance up to 35 MB/s
Zero wake-up latency
The NANDrive devices are available now. Customers can also request product samples and evaluation boards. For more information, visit Greenliant.
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