Cactus Technologies today announced the launch of the new 240S Series Commercial Grade SATA SSD which has more than twice the sequential read and write speeds as the current 220S Series SSD.
The 240S Series SATA SSD is offered in capacities from 16GB to 1TB, based on the latest MLC NAND flash, and designed to the industry standard 2.5” SATA SSD form factor.
This fast and reliable MLC SATA SSD has Locked BOM Control, High Performance, Rugged Construction and advanced Wear Leveling, ECC and Defect Management.
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Sai-Ying Ng, President of Cactus Technologies said, “The new 240S Series SATA SSD is a high performance flash storage device offering an ideal rotating hard disk drive replacement in embedded OEM applications.”
Cactus 240S 2.5” SATA SSD features:
- Industry Standard 2.5” SATA SSD Form Factor
- SSD Capacities 16GB to 1TB
- Supports SATA I (1.5Gbits/sec) to SATA III (6.0Gbits/sec) transfer rates
- SMART Feature Set
- Sustained Read - 400MB/s; Sustained Write - 350MB/s
- Locked BOM (Bill-Of-Material) Control
- 200K Hour Mean Time Between Failure
- 3000G Shock; 20G Vibration
- Unique Electronic Serial ID
- Supports Traceability Barcode
- Based on MLC (Multi Level Cell) NAND Memory
Joseph Chang, Vice President of Engineering, said, "OEMs requiring a cost effective solution to replace a rotating disk drive in Embedded Applications are encouraged to consider the new 240S SATA SSD.”
For over 10 years, Cactus Technologies has been supporting OEMs Worldwide with the highest reliability Industrial Embedded Flash Storage Products using industry leading controller technology and industrial strength flash memory.
Our Industrial products enable OEM’s systems to operate without a fault in the harshest and most mission critical environments. In addition, Cactus offers Commercial Grade embedded products based on MLC NAND, which have Locked-BOM and Extended Life Cycles for budget limited applications.
1 MByte = 1 million bytes; 1 GByte = 1 billion bytes; 1Gbit = 1 billion bits.