SSDs Ensure Data Safety

Targeting aerospace, defense, and heavy-computational load applications, Innodisk is currently developing a unique 3D NAND drive that delivers industrial-grade performance and high capacities. Coupled with advanced LDPC error correction and RAID functions, the company’s 1.8-in. series offers comprehensive data safety measures including AES hardware-based encryption is.


Mission-critical applications are moving out into increasingly remote areas. These places often struggle with power supply stability, which in turn can affect storage devices. To meet this challenge, the 1.8” SSD series is available with power stability features such as iData Guard and iCell, for devices both with and without DRAM buffer. The series offers sequential read /write speeds up to 520/450MB/s based on MLC flash, with capacity up to 1TB. iSLC technology that drastically increases product lifespan is also available.

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This technology is suitable for applications where longevity is crucial. The 1.8” SSD features:

  • 1.8” SATA III solution for industrial field
  • iSMART disk health monitoring
  • Intelligent error recovery system
  • Excellent data transfer speed
  • Enhanced power cycling management 

For greater details and enlightenment, visit Innodisk


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