Solid state drives increase capacity for video conferencing
Solid state drive modules from Greenliant are claimed to save space, improve security and increase capacity for a wide variety of applications, including video conferencing, in-flight entertainment and data logging.
The 2Tbyte NVMe and SATA M.2 ArmourDrive solid state drive (SSD) modules operate in the industrial temperature (-40 to +85 degrees C). They are built in the 2280 form factor, and offered with hardware encryption and on-board DRAM.
The 88 PX series NVMe M.2 ArmourDrive and 87 PX series SATA M.2 ArmourDrive SSDs have a wide range of capacities, from 240, 480 and 960Gbyte and 1.92Tbyte (total user-accessible capacity).
They also have built-in error code correction, and use advanced bit error detection and correction optimised for 3D NAND. The advanced flash management extends the SSD’s longevity via dynamic and static wear levelling.
Security features include support for AES-256 / TCG OPAL encryption and secure erase.
Arthur Kroyan, vice president of business development and marketing, Greenliant, said: “With on-board DRAM and advanced security features, these products deliver consistent sustained performance and strong user data protection, which can be important advantages for certain embedded systems.”
Greenliant is shipping its full line of SATA and NVMe M.2 2280 PX Series SSDs using industrial 3-bit-per-cell (TLC) 3D NAND flash memory.
Greenliant leverages more than 25 years of solid state storage design expertise and is dedicated to developing durable, reliable and secure storage solutions for embedded systems and enterprise data centres.
The company is headquartered in Silicon Valley with product development centres in Santa Clara, USA, Beijing, Shanghai, Xiamen and Hsinchu, China.