Virtium Releases Industrial-Grade 3D NAND-Based SSDs

February 6, 2019 Laura Dolan

RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA, CA. Virtium is planning to expand its StorFly family of SSDs to include industrial-grade 3D NAND-based drives, which will meet the critical requirements of embedded and IIoT applications, including:

  • high endurance
  • industrial temperature (-40ºC to 85ºC) support
  • power-loss protection
  • tolerance to high shock and vibration
  • lower operating power
  • locked bill-of-materials costs (with PCN support)
  • security

"Thanks to its scalability and cost-per-bit advantage, 3D NAND flash is poised to revolutionize both enterprise and industrial solid-state storage," said Alan Niebel, president of WebFeet Research and author of the report Flash and XPoint Memory Applications and Markets. "Virtium's new 3D NAND-based StorFly SSDs provide an integrated example of how this technology combined with their industrial design expertise -- literally, a new dimension in storage -- can advance a wide range of market segments.”

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