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IC China: Greenliant Showcases Industrial Enterprise, ArmourDrive and NANDrive Solid State Storage

Including EnduroSLC U.2/2.5-inch SSDs to SD/microSD memory cards to NVMe/SATA M.2 and eMMC/SATA BGA SSDs

Greenliant will display its Industrial Enterprise, ArmourDrive and NANDrive solid state storage products at IC China in Shanghai, October 14-16.

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Greenliant Product Lineup 2020

Ranging from high-capacity EnduroSLC U.2/2.5″ SSDs to SD/microSD memory cards to NVMe/SATA M.2 and eMMC/SATA ball grid array (BGA) SSDs, the company’s product portfolio addresses several customer requirements for storage.

Greenliant Enterprise Ssds

The firm offers wide temperature operations, built-in power loss protection, hardware based AES 256-bit encryption and on-chip adaptive RAID with its industrial enterprise SSDs.

Greenliant Armourdrive

Tested for shock and vibration, and operating at industrial temperatures (-40°C to +85°C), the rugged and reliable ArmourDrive SSDs and memory cards provide an selection of form factors, features, NAND configurations and program/erase (P/E) cycles, from 3K to industry-leading 250K+.

Greenliant Nandrive

With the firm’s wide portfolio of NANDrive BGA SSDs, customers can choose from various capacities in 3 different interfaces, as well as 1-bit-per-cell (SLC) or 2-bit-per-cell (MLC) NAND configurations, while saving space in their designs.

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