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SSDs for industrial computing
30 April 2019, Computer/Embedded Technology

Innodisk has packaged Toshiba’s next-generation 3D NAND Flash technology into an industrial-grade solid state drive (SSD) designed to tackle the tough conditions seen in many embedded environments and to handle the challenges of edge computing.

The devices use industrial-grade 3D TLC NAND Flash with a rated program/erase cycle number of 3000, to ensure lasting endurance as required by many embedded applications. The firmware is also optimised for industrial use and the SSDs strictly avoid SLC caching to avoid performance drops and increased write amplification, which lower program/erase cycle numbers through excessive data transfers within the SSD.

The series includes two models – 3TE7 and 3TG6-P – with the former being DRAM-less and the latter using an external DRAM chip and a Marvell controller. The modules can incorporate AES encryption for data security and end-to-end data path protection to ensure error correction at every point of data transfer.

The modules can also be fitted with Innodisk’s trio of power stabilising technologies – iCell, iPower Guard and iData Guard – to further strengthen data integrity in areas susceptible to power fluctuations.


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