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Greenliant Sampling Reliable NVMe NANDrive BGA SSDs to Aerospace, Defense, Industrial, Transportation Customers

Including NVMe NANDrive EX Series using EnduroSLC technology, and NVMe NANDrive PX Series with industrial TLC NAND, operating between -40°C and +95°C

Greenliant Systems, Inc. is sampling its NVMe NANDrive ball grid array (BGA) SSDs to customers requiring reliable, high performance storage for embedded systems used in high stress, extreme environments.

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Operating between -40°C and +95°C, NVMe NANDrive SSDs support the PCIe Gen3x4 interface and are built in an industry standard M.2 1620 (16x20mm, 291-ball) package.

Building on our proven track record with PATA, SATA and eMMC NANDrive, Greenliant delivers another outstanding high reliability BGA SSD, now with the high speed PCIe NVMe interface, and features that meet the requirements of the most demanding applications,” said Arthur Kroyan, VP, business development and marketing.”

The NVMe NANDrive EX Series using the company’s EnduroSLC Technology offers superior data retention and high endurance of 75,000, 150,000 or 400,000 program-erase (P/E) cycles (up to 17,800 TeraBytes Written (TBW)). NVMe NANDrive EX Series SSDs are available in 20, 40, 80 and 160GB capacities. For long-life applications, NVMe NANDrive EX Series SSDs are included in the firm’s Long-Term Availability (LTA) program.

The NVMe NANDrive PX Series using industrial 3-bit-per-cell (TLC) NAND provides endurance of 5,000 P/E cycles (up to 6,700 TBW) and is for price sensitive applications. NVMe NANDrive PX Series SSDs are available in 64, 128, 256 and 512GB capacities.

Benefits of NVMe NANDrive SSDs include:

  • High endurance: 75,000, 150,000, 400,000 P/E cycles (EX Series), 5,000 P/E cycles (PX Series)
  • Industrial temperature: -40°C to +95°C (Tc = Case surface temperature)
  • High performance: Up to 2,400/1,480MB/s sequential RW speeds
  • Energy efficient: Low power consumption of 4mW in Sleep Mode
  • Data security: AES-256 hardware encryption, Secure Erase, Hardware Crypto Erase (HCE)

The company is sampling NVMe NANDrive EX and PX series SSDs to early engagement customers now, and expects to start volume production in 2H24.

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