Tuesday, July 27th 2021

Greenliant Samples Ultra-High Endurance Industrial SATA M.2 SSDs

Greenliant is now sampling SATA M.2 2242 ArmourDrive PX Series solid state drives (SSDs) that support 5K program-erase (P/E) cycles and advanced EX series SSDs with superior data retention and high endurance that support 60K, 120K and industry-leading 300K P/E cycles. SATA M.2 2242 ArmourDrive SSDs operate at industrial temperatures (-40 to +85 degrees Celsius) and are rigorously tested for shock and vibration to withstand the most extreme environments. See SATA M.2 ArmourDrive product information at http://bit.ly/SATA-M2-SSD.

Designed with Greenliant's EnduroSLC Technology, the new EX Series SSDs are available in 4 GB, 8 GB, 20 GB, 40 GB, 80 GB, 160 GB and 320 GB capacities, and are included in Greenliant's Long-Term Availability (LTA) program for 1-bit-per-cell (SLC) NAND based products (http://bit.ly/SSD-LTA-program). The new PX Series SSDs, available in 64 GB, 128 GB, 256 GB and 512 GB capacities, use 3-bit-per-cell (TLC) 3D NAND flash memory to provide cost-effective industrial storage.
ArmourDrive EX and PX Series SSDs—with advanced power-fail data protection, hardware ECC capabilities and intelligent NAND flash management algorithms—are ideal for demanding industrial, medical, networking and transportation applications. Built with a thin profile, single-sided M.2 form factor to operate efficiently in space constrained systems, the EX and PX Series SSDs support the SATA 6Gb/s interface and SMART commands.

Availability
Greenliant is sampling the new SATA M.2 2242 ArmourDrive EX and PX Series SSDs and plans to start volume shipping in late September 2021. Greenliant expects to start sampling new SATA M.2 2280 and mSATA EX and PX Series SSDs in September and October 2021, respectively.
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2 Comments on Greenliant Samples Ultra-High Endurance Industrial SATA M.2 SSDs

#1
n-ster
It'll fit in the Steam Deck! lol

I don't know how available SLC is these days, so another option sounds good to me! While good NAND is part of the reliability equation, you need to pair it with a reliable controller

EDIT:
Selayano it wont.
this is m.2 SATA.
steam deck uses m.2 PCIe/NVMe.
haha oops, and it's not even the right size, Steam Deck is 2230, I'm just an idiot :P
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#2
Selaya
no it wont.
this is m.2 SATA.
steam deck uses m.2 PCIe/NVMe.
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