Monday, December 10th 2018

Greenliant Industrial SSDs Reach Ultra-High Endurance of 250,000 PE Cycles

Greenliant has introduced a new class of ultra-high endurance solid state drives (SSDs) that can reach up to 250,000 program/erase (P/E) cycles. These 1-bit-per-cell (SLC) SSDs are part of Greenliant's new EnduroSLC product line, which offers various endurance specifications-50K, 100K and 250K P/E cycles-for demanding industrial applications.

NANDrive SSDs, enabled by Greenliant's EnduroSLC Technology, now provide embedded systems designers with more options when choosing data storage products for long life applications. Using advanced NAND flash management algorithms and hardware error correction code (ECC) capabilities, Greenliant can significantly increase the life of its high reliability NANDrive SSDs for customers requiring superior endurance and data retention for extended periods of time.
High endurance NANDrive SSDs are well suited for write-intensive applications used in high temperature, high stress environments, such as aviation, rail transportation, marine equipment, seismic instrumentation, data loggers, base stations, industrial control and factory automation. Greenliant's advanced NAND controllers optimize NAND flash use and extend the lifespan of aging NAND, achieving the longest device lifetime possible. All EnduroSLC-based products operate at industrial temperatures, between -40 and +85 degrees Celsius.

"Greenliant's EnduroSLC Technology takes NAND flash management to the next level, achieving ultra-high endurance capabilities unparalleled in the industry," said Arthur Kroyan, vice president of business development and marketing, Greenliant. "With EnduroSLC-enabled SSDs, it is now possible to meet the most challenging data retention requirements for applications with write-intensive workloads."

Availability
Greenliant is sampling 50K, 100K and 250K endurance eMMC 5.1 NANDrive SSDs to customers on select product engagements.
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6 Comments on Greenliant Industrial SSDs Reach Ultra-High Endurance of 250,000 PE Cycles

#1
Prima.Vera
How does that translate in written TB ??
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R-T-B
Prima.Vera said:
How does that translate in written TB ??
Assuming a good wear leveler, it should be roughly a little less than capacity * 250,000
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XiGMAKiD
128GB 3D SLC SSD for the price of 256GB 3D MLC SSD with identical performance, should be good as my online file sharing drive
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#4
kastriot
Nothing new really it's slc, do this for tlc and we will be impressed.
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Gasaraki
kastriot said:
Nothing new really it's slc, do this for tlc and we will be impressed.
What's new is that they are releasing a SLC drive. No one makes SLC drives anymore. If they get the capacity up and fast speeds, this would be awesome. However it's going to be EXPENSIVE.
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CheapMeat
XiGMAKiD said:
128GB 3D SLC SSD for the price of 256GB 3D MLC SSD with identical performance, should be good as my online file sharing drive
Highly doubt it'll be anywhere near that price. I think I remember seeing much smaller capacities for $$$$$.
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