Nowadays, when companies are looking to replace hard disk drives (HDDs) with solid-state drives (SSDs), they most often choose lower-cost multi-level cell (MLC) SSDs instead of single-level cell (SLC) SSDs. Unfortunately, a traditional MLC SSD has three major technical shortcomings: a shorter lifespan, slower reading and writing speeds, and higher power consumption. Overcoming these challenges has become one of the most important issues facing storage manufacturers today.
Fortunately, InnoDisk Corporatation has successfully solved the problems associated with most MLC SSDs with the release of the EverGreen and InnoLite series, a new generation of industrial MLC storage solutions. InnoDisk's EverGreen and InnoLite series offer budget-friendly products with longer lifespans, especially for semi-industrial applications, including POS, kiosks, automation, and thin client systems. In particular, products in the EverGreen series feature longer lifespans than other SSDs, and products in the InnoLite series have become a favored replacement of HDDs.
In addition to the incredibly long lifespan of these products, InnoDisk's MLC solutions are reliable, stable, and durable. They can function in extreme environments (-40°C to 85°C), making them suitable for systems or equipment where temperature is an important factor, such as military, aerospace, and vehicle applications. InnoDisk has also incorporated customer feedback in its designs to ensure that its MLC SSDs are the best solution in the market. With a longer lifespan and higher performance, InnoDisk's MLC SSDs are the cost-effective choice for a variety of applications in a wide range of environments.
InnoDisk will attend Embedded World 2012 in Nuremberg, Germany, this spring. Visitors are welcome to stop by InnoDisk's booth No. 1-119, Hall 1, to find out more about InnoDisk and its industry-leading industrial storage solutions.
InnoDisk to showcase new industrial MLC storage solutions at Embedded World 2012
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