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ADATA Launches ISDD361 Industrial-Grade SD Cards

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ADATA Technology, a leading manufacturer of highperformance DRAM modules and NAND Flash products,today launched industrial-grade ISDD361 SD cards. The cards employ meticulously-sorted and tested SLC NAND flash, and feature a hardened design optimized for extreme cold, heat, shock, and vibration. ISDD361 cards are meant for deployment in manufacturing, professional camcorder use, travel, photography, and military applications. They deliver up to 90 MB/s read and are available in capacities ranging from 256 MB to 16 GB.

ADATA uses only the best single-level cell Flash on industrial-grade SD cards. ISDD361 models employ SLC, which surpasses MLC and TLC (multi-level cell and triple-level cell) NAND flash in durability, longevity, and reliability. With ADATA A+ Testing methodology in place, users get SD cards with guaranteed quality, backed by a 3-year warranty.



Built rugged for extreme environments, made smart to guard data
ISDD361 cards can handle a -40°C to 85°C temperature range. For shock resistance, they are rated up to 1500 G/0.5ms, while vibration tolerance extends to 20G. At the same time, the cards are more than rugged, they are also sophisticated. Products support S.M.A.R.T. diagnostics, wear leveling to prevent unbalanced cell wear, and error correction code.

High speed data transfer
At 90 MB/s read, ISDD361 cards meet the needs of professional video users, able to stream Ultra HD 4K content with no lag or buffer delays. Write speeds reach 60MB/s, which is also very impressive for industrial-grade SLC cards, as the category typically prioritizes durability at the expense of performance. ISDD361 cards deliver both.
 

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Only up to 16GB? That's gonna be a short video....
 
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Who on earth would be buying a 256MB card in 2017?
 
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Children,

There are about 5000 different high-capacity cards for your huge pr0n collections. These are not one of those cards. They are purpose built for reliability. Not everything needs to be an Uzi with a 30 rd magazine. Sometimes it is nice to have a low-capacity but reliable shotgun when you breach the door...