Thursday, March 20, 2014

Apacer introduces two SATA 3.0 Slim SSD for industrial mobility devices

To answer the needs in the industrial mobility device trends, Apacer launches two ultra slim SSDs: JEDEC MO-297-compliant SFD 18S6 and MO-300-compliant mSATA A1. The small size equipped with SATA 3.0 high-speed transmission interface, along with the products’ features of low power consumption, durability and high performance, will become the necessary storage solution for the rise of the new mobility devices. It can be specially applied to medical tablet PCs, bedside healthcare, mobile on-board unit and data communication system devices.
Apacer SFD 18S6 and mSATA A1

Adopting SATA 3.0 high-speed transmission interface and equipped with 1x nm Toggle DDR 2.0 NAND Flash chips, Apacer SFD 18S6 and mSATA A1 SSDs boast the maximum sequential read/write speed of 470/470 MB/sec and IOPs up to 70K, with excellent booting performance and highly-reliable SLC solution. They are surely capable of supporting the operation in stringent environment, like industry-level wide-temp (-40°C~85°C) operation. To balance performance with cost, the cost-effective MLC solution is another option for application, with a maximum sequential read/write speed of 475/430 MB/sec and IOPs up to 65K, both of which are available in capacity up to 256GB, along with large capacity and high speed, providing best overall performance.

These two products adopt solutions with new process technology, so the power consumption during idle mode is significantly reduced by more than 50%, compared with their predecessor. Supporting DEVSLP (Device Sleep) signaling protocol, they can enter the low power state while in standby, effectively saving power.

Besides, as to data safety, the products launched this time both feature the 40 bit ECC (Error Correcting Code) function and support Apacer SSDWidget real-time SSD monitoring software, and Apacer’s exclusive CoreSecurity Technology, all of which help boost the product reliability and stability. In addition, the products can be customized to meet the coating need for IP57 certified water-proof and dust-proof, qualified as the best storage options with stable performances.

For more information about the product(s), please visit the Apacer website (click here).

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  1. keep them coming para maging affordable na mga SSD.

  2. Paulo Delos SantosMarch 20, 2014 at 3:55 PM

    they should include the price for the Apacer SSD. sana hindi masyadong mahal.

  3. i bet it would cost double the price of a regular HDD. but it is worth to have for application and gaming purposes. :)

  4. can anybody tell if this came in case or just a barebone SSD?

    1. of course there is a case. the only thing we need to know is the price.


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