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SSDs from Market History.

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Trident's BGADrive was launched in March 2008.

See also:- 2009 milestones from SSD Market History

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Trident Space & Defense Trident BGADrive Trident's BGADrive is a high density IDE Solid State Drive in a Ball Grid Array (BGA) package that can be directly reflow-soldered onto a PC board with other components. With densities up to 32GB and a footprint of only 29mm x 29mm, this makes it a perfect solution for embedded systems and other devices where space is at a premium.
  • Storage Capacity: Up to 32GB (SLC NAND)
  • Speed: Up to 45 MB/sec Sustained R/W Rate with 0.5 msec Access Time
  • OperatingTemperature: -40 to 85 °C
  • Operating Shock: >1500G•
  • Operating Vibration: >50G•
  • IDE Ultra-DMA 100•
  • No Device Driver Required (completely compatible • with standard IDE interface
  • Operating System independent

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Trident Space & Defense Triton SATA SSDs The Triton Series of Solid State Drives incorporates proven non-volatile Flash memory technology in a completely solid-state design with no moving parts. Triton SSDs are offered in an industry standard 2.5 inch SATA form factor. This makes them ideal as a direct drop-in replacement for conventional rotating hard disks that are prone to short production life, and often fail in mobile computing and industrial environments where temperature fluctuations, shock, vibration, dust, moisture, and/or magnetic fields are present.
  • Ruggedized Design that is both Shock Resistant and Splash Proof
  • Precision machined aluminum alloy case.
  • Anodized inside and out for improved corrosion resistance and durability
  • Low Power Consumption
  • Up to 64 GB Capacity in standard 2.5" form factor (9.4 mm height)
  • sustained read up to 125MB/s and sustained write up to 65MB/s
  • 0.5 msec Access Time

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Trident Space & Defense Triton IDE SSDs The Triton Series of Solid State Drives incorporates proven non-volatile Flash memory technology in a completely solid-state design with no moving parts. Triton SSDs offer full IDE/Ultra-DMA compatibility in an industry standard 2.5 inch form factor.

This makes them ideal as a direct drop-in replacement for conventional rotating hard disks that are prone to short production life, and often fail in mobile computing and industrial environments where temperature fluctuations, shock, vibration, dust, moisture, and/or magnetic fields are present.

The Triton Drives deliver a solid solution for data storage and protection while providing the powerful performance and speed today's data-intensive applications demand. In contrast to rotating media, the Triton SSD achieves extremely fast data access times and reduced overall data latency through the elimination of seek times. Furthermore, the switch to solid state provides an extremely reliable solution featuring no moving parts and a MTBF > 2 Million hours.
  • Low Power Consumption and virtually no heat
  • Up to 32 GB Capacity in standard 2.5" form factor (9.4 mm height)
  • Up to 40 MB/sec Sustained R/W Rate with 0.5 msec Access Time
  • IDE Ultra-DMA 100
  • No Device Driver required (completely compatible with standard IDE interface)

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