ADATA Launches Industrial-Grade IMSS314 mSATA SSD




/ 3 years ago

ADATA Launches Industrial-Grade IMSS314 mSATA SSD

ADATA is launching the industrial-grade IMSS314 solid state drive (SSD). The mSATA drives are available in 3D MLC and 3D TLC variants. In addition, the drives boast read and write speeds of 500 MB/s and 400 MB/s, respectively. Finally, the SSDs can withstand extreme conditions, including wide temperature ranges and shocks.

Specifications

  • 3D MLC
    • 32GB/64GB Capacities
  • 3D TLC
    • 128GB/256GB/512GB capacities
  • Read/Write Speed up to 500/400 MB/s
  • mSATA 6Gbps connectivity
  • Operating Voltage: 3.3V
  • Power Consumption (max): 3W
  • MTBF: >2,000,000 hrs

ADATA Launches Industrial-Grade IMSS314 mSATA SSD 1

ADATA Says

Premium, carefully tested 3D NAND Flash

“ADATA uses meticulously-sorted 3D MLC chips in the IMSS314, delivering increased reliability and longevity compared to previously-dominant 2D NAND. Equipped with a Maxiotek controller and using ADATA circuitry and PCB, the IMSS314 reaches 500MB/s read and 400MB/s write. This ensures quick system boot up and response, an essential trait in productivity and customer service. To boost data integrity, security, and longevity, the IMSS314 supports S.M.A.R.T diagnostics, wear leveling, NCQ, and TRIM command. It also features hardware power failure protection. All variants, from the 32GB 3D MLC to the 512GB 3D TLC models, require just 3W to run and therefore promote energy-efficient industrial PC setups.”

True industrial-grade durability

“Like all ADATA industrial-grade storage, the IMSS314 passes rigorous “torture testing” to ensure it can withstand very extreme conditions. It operates normally in temperatures ranging from -40 to 90 degrees Celsius, with a humidity range of 5% to 95%. Likewise, shock resistance stands at 1500G/0.5ms and vibration proofing at 20G (10-2000Hz). These attributes make the IMSS314 extra reliable and long-lasting in industrial and commercial settings.”


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