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RunCore Introduces the Mini DOM, the World's First Single-Chip SATA DOM

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    RunCore, a leading manufacturer of high-performance and rugged solid state drives (SSDs), today introduced their latest single-chip SATA DOM SSDs, the Mini DOM.

    The RunCore Mini DOM SSD is a SATA DOM SSD in a real tiny size. By applying SATA II interface, the RunCore Mini DOM offers even higher performance and reliability as compared to the earlier IDE/ATA models in the market. In order to fulfill different system structures, RunCore Mini DOM provides three different solutions: 7 pin Horizontal-female SATA DOM, 7 pin Vertical-female SATA DOM, and 22 pin Horizontal-male SATA DOM. With different capacity ranges from 8 GB to 64 GB and 2 grades of temperature range, Commercial Grade (0℃ to 70℃) and Industrial Grade (-40℃ to 85℃), RunCore Mini DOM SSD can be widely used in National defense field, Industrial PC and Embedded Systems.

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    With the self-designed rSSD as the storage media - the 104-ball FBGA package - RunCore's new Mini DOM is the world's first single-chip DOM product featuring its enhanced reliability of Writing Protection, and the selectable 7pin VCC supply voltage or 5V input. In addition, RunCore's Mini DOM offers an optional function of Intelligent Destruction to ensure users' data security, which is for cases of emergency, data stored in the SSD could be fully deleted by triggering the intelligent destruction button in a short period of time.

    Combined with ultra-portable design, wide variety solutions for different requests and the special Intelligent Destruction function, RunCore Mini DOM SSD is surely a superb compact product to meet all your requirements.
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