ADATA releases new corporate SSDs

ADATA releases new corporate SSDs

The Taiwanese company ADATA has released a new generation of solid-state drives that carry the product name ISSS312. The new company products come in the common 2.5-inch form factor and fully support the latest SATA 3.0 interface. In addition to that they are based on MLC and SLC NAND flash memory and make use of a Micron memory controller.

The ADATA SSD ISSS312 drives offer capacities of 8 GB – 256 GB and reach read speed of 530 MB/sec and write speed of 500 MB/sec. The MTBF is 2 million hours and the required power is just 2 watts. Being corporate class, the new ADATA products can work at ambient temperatures of -40 degrees Celsius and up to +85 degrees Celsius. The novelties fully support S.M.A.R.T., ECC and PLP technologies. The SSD Toolbox software suite provides users with tools that can help them test their SSDs to the fullest.

The pricing of the new corporate-class SSDs is unknown, however.

Source: ADATA

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