Wednesday, February 7th 2018

ADATA Launches the ISMS331 Industrial-Grade 7 Pin SATA DOM

ADATA Technology, a leading manufacturer of high-performance DRAM modules and NAND Flash application products, today launches the ISMS331, an industrial SATA 7-pin Disk-On-Module (DOM), which is suitable for desktops, compact computers, industrial computers and embedded applications by providing various specifications and wide temperature support. It also features several key technologies, including self-diagnostics, life time monitoring and ECC (Error Correcting Code) for product longevity and high reliability.

Various Upgrade Configurations for More Possibilities
The ADATA ISMS331 SATA 7-pin DOM utilizes high-quality SLC and MLC NAND flash and comes with a variety of capacities from 4GB to 32GB (SLC models) and 8GB to 128GB (MLC models). It is available in both horizontal and vertical pin orientations to accommodate a wide variety of system form factors. In addition, it provides excellent performance and reliability with sequential read/write speeds of up to 260MB/s for SLC models and 300/180MB/s for MLC models. Thanks to the industrial grade operable temperature range of -40°C to +90°C, the ISMS331 can operate in harsh environments for long periods of time.
High Efficiency Meets Durability
To fulfill the strict demands of industrial applications, the ISMS331 also features high power efficiency and numerous technologies to strengthen its durability and reliability. Its low 1.56W power consumption can save power and significantly extend the lifespan of the devices it supports. The ISMS331 also features ECC (Error Correction Code) to ensure the data integrity and accuracy. Self-diagnostics monitor the SSD's status and Wear Leveling to prolong its lifespan. Like all ADATA industrial-grade storage, the ISMS331 passes rigorous "Functionality Tests" and "Reliability Validation" to ensure it can withstand very extreme conditions and operate normally in temperatures ranging from -40 to 90 degrees Celsius, with a humidity range of 5% to 95% for reliable durability.
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8 Comments on ADATA Launches the ISMS331 Industrial-Grade 7 Pin SATA DOM

#1
Chloe Price
Now this is innovative. Didn't even imagine that something like this could exist. :D
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#2
zedn
Well, if the cost is reasonable, we are going to have some crazy SFF ITX cases...... With the X299E-ITX/ac we can have 9 SSDs all on the MB, without any standard drive bay.
Also this is good news for AIO soluitons.
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#3
trparky
Where does the power come from?
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#4
silentbogo
trparky said:
Where does the power come from?
I think the top-left plastic thing is a 5V connector.
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#5
_JP_
zedn said:
Well, if the cost is reasonable, we are going to have some crazy SFF ITX cases...... With the X299E-ITX/ac we can have 9 SSDs all on the MB, without any standard drive bay.
Also this is good news for AIO soluitons.
Price isn't that reasonable and this is just enough to get a OS up and running, performance be damned. This is used where space is a constraint, more so than SFF chassis.
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#6
bonehead123
Forget about smaller computers/drives/boxes....hopefully they can figure out a way to make it implantable, albeit with much smaller size and massively-increased capacity/speed :)

Seems like the writing is on the wall...
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#7
trparky
silentbogo said:
I think the top-left plastic thing is a 5V connector.
I didn't notice that.
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#8
Jizzler

Could probably get power adapters for the DOMs if trying this on a board without powered headers.
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