Embedded SSDs Feature Sets
Embedded SSDs developed specifically for embedded and industrial applications are emerging as key difference-makers, form factors such as 2.5”, 1.8”, M.2 SSD, Slim SATA SSD, Msata SSD, CompactFlash Card, CFast Card,SATA DOM(Disk on Module), SLC vs. MLC SSDs, interfaces like SATA, PCIe and PATA; and AHCI, NVMe,NGFF and other aspiring standards – these all make for quite an acronym stew and a dizzying array of selections designers must make.
The RECADATA Embedded SSDs I2 Series mSATA SSD easily integrate into a host system without any special BIOS modifications or additional device drivers thanks to their industry-standard SATA interface. Recadata offers both single level cell (SLC) and multi-level cell (MLC) mSATA drives.
The RECADATA Embedded SSDs I2 Series Slim SATA SSD are robust commercial and industrial grade small form factors (SFF) embedded, solid state drive SATA modules. The small form factor, low power consumption, and fast data throughput are major advantages of the Slim SATA module over traditional rotating hard disk drives (HDDs).
The RECADATA Embedded SSDs I3 Series M.2 SATA SSD commercial and industrial grade SATA modules are designed to serve applications that require reliable internal storage yet demand a small footprint. M.2 modules can be used for storing and executing boot up code, operating systems, and also for data tables and general purpose storage.
Embedded and industrial technologies are as vast and varied as the markets they serve; however their requirements for performance, power and reliability remain the same. Whether it’s for use in Public transportation, digital video surveillance equipment, automotive systems ,banking automation, Industrial Automation ,each shares similar characteristics and critical requirements.
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Embedded SSDs Overview
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