Innodisk introduces NAND flash for the industrial embedded market

Available for the challenges of embedded and industrial applications, industrial grade 3D NAND SSDs are available from Innodisk.

The series uses pure industrial-grade Toshiba 3D TLC NAND flash with a rated P/E cycle number of 3000, ensuring solid longevity, while the fully in-house designed firmware targets industrial usage. The SSDs uses direct write, and avoids using SLC cache, the use of which can lead to a drop in SSD performance drop. The firmware can be customised if required.

The series includes two product lines, the DRAM-less 3TE7 and the 3TG6-P with integrated DRAM using a Marvell controller. They are available in capacities up to 1Tbyte and 2Tbyte respectively. They can both be fitted with Innodisk’s trio of power stabilising technologies iCell, iPower Guard and iData Guard to strengthen data integrity in areas that may be susceptible to power fluctuations, says Innodisk.

The 3D NAND SSDs also use end-to-end power path protection that ensures error correction at every data transfer point with the host and within the drives. For more sensitive data, drives that use AES encryption are available with software designed in-house.

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