Innodisk introduces DRAM-less SSDs

Innodisk introduces DRAM-less SSDs

Innodisk has updated its 3ME embedded flash drive line with the addition of the new 3ME3 DRAM-less line of solid-state drives for industrial, embedded and enterprise applications. The new drives offer excellent performance and unmatched durability thanks to the innovative technologies implemented inside.

The new DRAM-less 3ME3 SSD line has two main perks – first, the drives feature 100 per cent data integrity in case of a sudden power loss. The absence of volatile memory buffers means data will not be lost and the power loss will be effectively managed by Innodisk’s iDataGuard technology. The lack of DRAM chips also means that these SSDs will be small-sized, which will allow them to be installed virtually anywhere. The Innodisk 3ME3 line will be available in several form factors including mSATA, M.2, SATADOM, SATA Slim and CFast. In addition the drives will be able to operate between -40 degrees Celsius and +85 degrees Celsius.

The new 3ME3 SSD line will be on the market in Q3 2015 in capacities that reach 256 GB. No word on pricing as of now.

Source: Innodisk

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