SLC

Greenliant, a developer of special-purpose NAND-flash storage devices, this week introduced its new lineup of ultra-high endurance SSDs. The NANDrive SSDs are aimed at write-intensive industrial applications, and utilize the company’s proprietary EnduroSLC technology and in-house controllers. Greenliant’s NANDrive SSDs offer endurance ratings of of 50K, 100K, or 250K per-cell program/erase (P/E) cycles, which is well beyond everything offered by "conventional" NAND flash memory manufactured today (SLC is typically rated for ~100K, MLC ~10k, and TLC ~3k). Right now, the only other storage solutions from Greenliant that offer 250K P/E cycles are their GLS85VM eMMC 5.1, which are available at up to 32GB capacities and offer sequential performance of up to 185 MB/s reads and 140 MB/s writes in HS400 mode. The drives are designed to...

Micron Announces 32GB DDR4 NVDIMM-N Modules

Micron is announcing today their next generation of NVDIMM-N modules combining DDR4 DRAM with NAND flash memory to support persistent memory usage models. The new 32GB modules double the...

56 by Billy Tallis on 11/13/2017

Renice Announces X9 Military-Grade Rugged SSDs with R-SATA Connectors

Shenzhen Renice Technology, a little-known maker of special-purpose SSDs from China, has introduced its new family of drives designed for military and rugged applications. What makes these new drives...

16 by Anton Shilov on 3/25/2016

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