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Memoright Announces QuadLife 2.5-inch SSD

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  1. btarunr

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    Memoright, a Taiwan-based developer of SSDs (Solid-State Drives) and high-end storage devices, independently developed the QuadLife Series MLC-based solid state drive with its firmware R&D team. The QuadLife Series includes the Endurance Write firmware architecture developed by Memoright to extend the life of SSDs by more than four times compared with typical MLC-based SSDs. With four times the average life span and cost effectiveness, the QuadLife Series serves as an ideal solution for cloud computing, business servers and similar industrial PC applications.

    Memoright QuadLife Series SSDs are available in capacities of 265GB and 530GB in a 2.5-inch form factor and 220GB in a 1.8-inch form factor. All are equipped with our internally developed Endurance Write firmware architecture with exclusively patented technology and algorithms to take full advantage of flash memory write blocks, which compared with the 3,000-5,000 PE cycles typical of ordinary MLC SSDs increases dramatically to more than 20,000 times. In other words, the effective life of QuadLife Series SSDs has been extended to four times or more of ordinary MLC-based SSDs.
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    Memoright QuadLife Series SSDs support the Memoright-patented InDrive UPS (Uninterruptible power supply), which in emergency power outage situations maintains the SSD internal power and stores data in flash memory to avoid the occurrence of abnormal bad blocks, not only ensuring that valuable information is saved, but also significantly extending the length of SSD use.

    Memoright QuadLife SSDs support the Security Erase data erase function and Software Erase as well as the Hardware Erase wipe functions, providing a number of optional settings for data security erase and destruction to ensure that information can be securely erased or destroyed.

    For buyers in cloud computing, business servers, industrial computers and other equipment, Memoright QuadLife Series MLC-based SSDs are lower priced than SLC SSDs yet retain the longevity characteristics of SLC flash memory while saving 75 percent of the cost. With a life expectancy more than four times that of ordinary MLC-based SSDs, the Memoright QuadLife Series provides the best solution for the commercial market with high investment efficiency and super longevity.

    For more information, visit the product page.
  2. Andy77 New Member

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    20.000 times 5.000 PE cycles equals 100.000.000 PE cycles. Right!/s
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    Judging by my experience with one of their "consumer" drives and upgrading the firmware (and the general lack of updates) I wouldn't go touching their stuff. At least it was cheap, but that doesn't help when it bricks when you try to upgrade the firmware... Admittedly I did get it replaced in warranty, but still...

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