Active Media releases 64GB SATA DOM drives

Active Media Products announced as they claim the world’s first 64GB SATA DOM (Disk on Module) drives, which are built with MLC memory chips and measure only 55 x 33 mm.

The new SSDs have 7-pin SATA header that plugs directly into virtually any motherboard and are aimed to be used in servers and embedded computing applications. They feature built-in ECC, wear leveling and bad block management functions and offer read speeds up to 100MB/sec and write speeds up to 42MB/sec. AMP propose the 64GB DOM with two different connector styles to facilitate different enclosures:  Type-1 has the connector to the left side of the drive, while Type-2 has the connector to the right side.

AMP SATA DOM Type-1

Both drives are available now for approximately $259.

AMP SATA DOM Type-2

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