EDGE Memory Announces Launch of CLX600 SSD Line
Bohs Hansen / 9 months ago
EDGE Memory announces the new CLX600 line of SSDs alongside their new NextGen M.2 PCIe SSD. The new CCLX600 series comes in three form factors that aren’t that common. Well, the M.2 2280 is, but the other two aren’t. It also comes in a MO-300 mSATA version and a 1.8″ microSATA model.
“We have long been advocates for system integrators and niche consumer segments,” says Brandon Coles, Product Development Manager for EDGE Memory. “Legacy form factors such as mSATA and 1.8″ are still in demand with these customers. We are proud to be able to manufacture and offer the CLX600 line as these drives become increasingly more difficult for customers to find in the market.”
EDGE CLX600 SSD Line
Featuring a combination of performance, reliability, and low power consumption, CLX600 SSDs are the ideal choice for system integrators. The M.2 and mSATA models provide impressive throughput, with up to 500MB/s transfer rate and transactional performance that reaches up to 59,000 IOPS.
The CLX600 1.8” SSD can achieve transfer speeds of up to 560MB/s and up to 76,000 IOPS. CLX600 SSDs provide ultra-efficient block management to protect data and enhance endurance. These drives deliver leading-edge performance and reliability for the most demanding power users, while low power modes extend battery life for road warriors.
- Quality – Utilizes high-quality NAND flash and a Silicon Motion controller
- Feature-Rich – Includes a full complement of performance and stability enhancing features: TRIM, S.M.A.R.T. wear-levelling, and more. Compatible with Windows, Mac OS, and Linux environments
- Reliable – ECC and StaticDataRefresh detect and correct data errors early before becoming problematic
- Efficient – No moving parts and low power consumption
Not all of EDGE’s new CLX600 series drives come with the same capacity options. The 1.8″ drive (Link) has options from 120GB all the way up to 1TB and they’re powered by an SM2200 controller. The mSATA (Link) and M.2 (Link) versions are powered by Silicon Motion’s SM2258XT controller and come in 60GB to 480GB options.