Virtium Launches New NVMe 3D NAND-Based M.2 Drives Featuring I-Temp Support

July 12, 2019 Laura Dolan

Virtium is expanding its StorFly® family of industrial SSDs with a new line of StorFly drives. These will merge the high-performance NVMe protocol and M.2 form factor with the cost efficiencies of 3D-NAND flash and industrial-temperature (I-Temp) support.

The StorFly family’s new drives include vtGuard®, vtSecure™, vtView® and vtTools™ and they provide more industrial-grade solid-state storage for IIoT, machine-to-machine (M2M) and other embedded designs. 

The I-Temp support will ensure exposure to the elements will still be tolerated and the 3D NAND-based SSDs will be able to function reliably in extreme temperatures most commonly associated with IIoT, M2M and industrial-embedded systems.

The M.2 form factors deploy the drives in compact systems using very little power. The new Virtium SSDs offer high-speed data transfer and auto-configure to support x1, x2 and x4 lanes, satisfying the NVMe 1.3 and PCI Express 3.1 specifications.

“The StorFly family of SSDs continues to evolve, providing the endurance, reliability and efficiencies designers require for their IIoT, M2M and industrial-embedded designs,” said Virtium’s VP of marketing, Scott Phillips. “Blending 3D NAND, NVMe and I-Temp support into the family adds a new dimension of industrial-design readiness of StorFly drives.”

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