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May 15, 2014
Vitrium has released its second generation of StorFly SATA 6G solid-state drives (SSDs). This new generation is available in 2.5 and 1.8-in. SATA, M.2, mSATA, Slim SATA and CFast form factors. They are optimized for applications such as networking, communications, industrial and remote monitoring.
StorFly SATA SSDs will maintain stable configurations for at least three or more years, the company states. Virtium also says these SSDs deliver four times the read performance, improved error-checking and correction and wear-leveling capabilities than the first generation of StorFly. This family of harddrives also supports SMART commands and is equipped with Vitrium’s vtGUARD power fail protection.
“Virtium is focused solely on the needs of the OEM and industrial/embedded market. As such, Virtium’s goal is to provide OEMs with some of the longest product lifecycles in the industry to help minimize costly and disruptive requalifications. With its second generation StorFly SATA SSDs, Virtium is able to guarantee that its SLC-based StorFly PE class products will not cause a requal for at least four years,” said Scott Phillips, director of marketing at Virtium. “While StorFly SLC-based SSDs clearly offer the highest TCO advantage, Virtium also offers solutions using the latest generation MLC NAND technology for budget-constrained projects. In the end, it’s all about addressing needs and solving problems.”
For more information, visit Virtium.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.