Greenliant Systems to Show Broadest Range of Small Form Factor Industrial SSDs

SANTA CLARA, CA -- Greenliant Systems will display its NANDrive and ArmourDrive solid state drive (SSD) lineup at embedded world 2014 in Nuremberg, Germany, February 25-27, in hall 4A, stand 500.

As the size of embedded systems continues to shrink, there is growing demand for reliable storage in small form factors. At the Greenliant stand, visitors will be able to discuss their storage requirements with technical experts and see a hands-on power interrupt data protection demonstration. There will also be displays showing how Greenliant SSDs address a variety of embedded applications—from automotive infotainment and transportation to building control and industrial automation to video surveillance and digital signage.

NANDrive and ArmourDrive products are available with 1-bit-per-cell (SLC) or 2-bits-per-cell (MLC) NAND to meet varying customer requirements for lifespan, endurance and performance. For designs that need secure and space-saving ball grid array (BGA) SSDs, Greenliant has the widest portfolio with NANDrive. Available in three different interfaces (eMMC, PATA/IDE, SATA), from 512 MByte to 64 GByte, NANDrive is based on Greenliant's industrial grade NAND controllers. For designs that need removable, industrial temperature (40 to +85 degrees Celsius) data storage, Greenliant now offers mSATA ArmourDrive, from 8 GByte to 64 GByte.

For more information about Greenliant Systems, visit http://www.greenliant.com.
 

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