The industrial temperature (-40°C to +85°C) 88 PX Series NVMe M.2 ArmourDrive SSDs use TLC 3D NAND flash memory and are built in 2242 and 2280 form factors.
88 PX Series NVMe ArmourDrive SSDs provide performance and low latency for transactional and business critical applications.
NVMe is a scalable protocol optimized for efficient data transport over PCIe for storage on NAND flash. small form factor, power efficient M.2 2242 products support the PCIe Gen3x2 interface and can reach up to 1,550/950MB/s sequential R/W performance.
Offered with hardware encryption and DRAM, M.2 2280 products support the PCIe Gen3x4 interface and can reach up to 3,470/3,000MB/s sequential R/W performance.
These versatile NVMe M.2 ArmourDrive form factors are for space-constrained, embedded and enterprise systems in cloud computing, broadcasting, industrial gaming, factory automation, networking and security.
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Benefits of 88 PX Series NVMe M.2 ArmourDrive SSDs include:
Performance: Reaches up to 3,470/3,000MB/s R/W
Wide range of capacities: Available in 2242 form factor (64, 128, 256, 512GB) and 2280 form factor (240, 480, 960GB, 1.92TB)
Industrial temperature: Operates between -40°C and +85°C
Built-in ECC: Uses advanced bit error detection and correction optimized for 3D NAND
Flash management: Extends SSD longevity using dynamic and static wear leveling
Data security: Supports AES-256/TCG OPAL encryption (2280) and Secure Erase
“Greenliant delivers ultra-high performance and a wide range of capacities with its industrial NVMe M.2 ArmourDrive PX Series,” said Arthur Kroyan, VP, business development and marketing, Greenliant. “Complementing Greenliant’s broad selection of SATA M.2 products, these highly reliable NVMe M.2 SSDs give embedded system designers even more options for data-intensive applications.“
The company is sampling NVMe M.2 2242 SSDs to customers on select product engagements, and expects to start shipping in volume production in August 2019. The firm plans to start sampling NVMe M.2 2280 SSDs in September 2019 with volume production expected in October 2019.
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