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  • ADATA introduced SSD drives with data loss protection

    ADATA, a company specializing in the production of memory chips and drives, has introduced a new line of SSD drives, a key feature of which is protection against sudden power outages. New items are also notable for their high memory resource, support, and low power consumption.

    ADATA introduced SSD drives with data loss protection

    The new ADATA ISSS333 line is made in 2.5 "form factor and compatible with the SATA 6 Gb/s interface. The drives are oriented to use as part of industrial electronics, video surveillance systems, as well as devices with increased data safety requirements. The maximum read speed of SSDs is 560 MB/s, recordings - 520 MB/s. The volume of the series models is from 64 GB to 2 TB, the claimed power consumption is about 2.3 watts.

    According to the representatives of ADATA, the drives are capable of operating in the temperature range from -40 ° C to 85 ° C. For stable and trouble-free operation, the manufacturer used a TLC 3D NAND flash memory with a resource of up to 3000 rewriting cycles, and the A + SLC technology (emulating the operation of SLC memory cells) provides increased reliability of new products in the event of a power outage. Declared and support for SMART, NCQ and TRIM technologies to improve the resiliency of new products.

    The delivery start date and cost of the ADATA ISSS333 SSDs will be announced later.

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