ADATA releases the ICFS332 industrial CFast card

ADATA releases the ICFS332 industrial CFast card

The popular maker of computer memory, SSDs and memory cards ADATA has released the new ICFS332 memory card, designed for industrial use. The new card combines the form factor of a CF card with a high-speed SATA interface to deliver secure operation, high read/write speeds and reliability for a wide range of industrial applications.

The new ADATA ICFS332 memory card is based on SLC NAND flash memory and has full support for SATA 3.0. The card is available in 4 – 64 GB capacities and reaches 560 MB/400 MB per second of sequential read/write speeds and mean time before failure (MTBF) of 2 million hours. The card can also work at temperatures that range from -40°C to +90°C and is especially suitable for use in harsh environmental conditions.

Despite being an industrial card, the new ICFS332 comes with several advanced technologies that include ECC (error code correction), S.M.A.R.T. (self-monitoring and reporting technology), wear leveling and more.

No word on pricing as of now.

Source: ADATA

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