SATA SSDs Designed for Capacity and Workload of Embedded Systems

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A new line of solid-state storage products includes 1.8- and 2.5-inch SATA, Slim SATA, mSATA and CFast form factors that are specifically designed for embedded systems that have unique capacity and workload requirements. The StorFly SSDs from Virtium are also optimized to meet the storage needs of a diverse range of embedded application form factors and usage models, which differ substantially from storage requirements of client or enterprise applications.

Eliminating the need for costly product qualifications, StorFly SSDs deliver stable configurations and are engineered for the long-life needs of networking, industrial automation, medical, military and gaming systems. Virtium’s new StorFly SSDs also provide the ruggedness and flexibility today’s embedded systems demand by offering extended temperature operation, low power at peak performance and wide range of capacity points.

Supporting the company’s further storage product innovation and expansion, Virtium has opened a state-of-the-art SSD design center. Virtium’s team of firmware, hardware and test engineers is actively focused on solid-state storage development and in-depth characterization of Virtium SSDs applied to varying embedded workloads.

Virtium’s low-power StorFly 1.8- and 2.5-inch SATA, Slim SATA, mSATA and CFast products are available now in capacities ranging from 8 to 256 gigabytes. Enhanced performance and capacity additions to the StorFly product line will be announced later in 2012. 

Virtium, Rancho Santa Margarita, CA. (949) 888-2444. [].