Swissbit is the largest DRAM memory module and Flash storage
device manufacturer in Europe. Created from a management buyout of the Siemens
HL Business Unit in 2001, Swissbit has today facilities in Switzerland, Germany,
Japan, and the United States. Swissbit offers industrial DRAM memory modules in
all popular technologies and Flash industrial storage product families including
CF, SD, USB, PATA and SATA interfaces. All Swissbit products meet highest
quality criteria and RoHS and REACh directives. The target markets for the
Swissbit products are industrial electronics, automotive, railway technology,
wired telecommunications, medical electronics as well as aerospace/defense.
Additional company and product information is available at www.swissbit.com.
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|Are MLC SSDs Safe
in Enterprise Apps?|
|Are MLC SSDs Safe? - is a very
popular article which looks at the risks posed by MLC Nand Flash SSDs which
- having hatched from their breeeding ground as
chip modules in
cellphones - have in the past 4 years morphed and crept into many (but
not all) enterprise SSDs. |
(where you aren't exactly expecting a 5 nines uptime quality data
experience) MLC SSDs can be a good thing from the
cost point of view.
But how about in the
Some leading vendors support MLC in enterprise and
SSDs - others don't. Ever wondered why? There's a lot more to the MLC vs SLC
in SSDs debate than simply endurance.
||This classic article explains the technical
differences. It also includes recent updates and comments from industry leaders
to show you why in some cases MLC is a viable solution - but in other cases
it's still not. (No matter how clever the
controller.) ...read the article|