ATP recently introduced its new eMMC storage solutions designed for industrial applications and rough environments. The storage devices are based on 3D NAND memory and can work in SLC and MLC modes, depending on the model. ATP’s E700p and E600i eMMC 5.1 storage solutions feature capacities ranging from 8 GB to 128 GB. The devices use an HS400 interface and support up to 300 MB/s sequential read speed as well as up to 220 MB/s write speed. The E700p (3D SLC) and E600i (3D MLC) eMMC storage devices feature an LDPC ECC engine and support AutoRefresh and Dynamic Data Refresh functions. The new eMMC 5.1 products have an industrial operating temperature rating between -40°C and 85°C, which means that they can survive in the most extreme...
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