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The text below shows details of a 2.5" SSD from Solidata which - in 2009 - was one of many similar products at that time using SandForce controllers inside.

Years later... in 2015 Solidata's main SSD product line - the Rana range (aimed at the industrial and military markets) was using its own controller and power loss protection.

The unusual features of their power loss protection were discussed in an article here on
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Solidata SS 2.5" SATA SSD Solidata's SS solid state drives represent the new generation of flash SSDs and offer ultra-reliable, high-performance and power efficient performance.

Solidata's SS product line uses a state of the art SSD controller to deliver enterprise class high R/W IOPS and endurance using competitively priced MLC flash.

This combination of reliability, price and performance was simply not possible with earlier generations of controllers.

The SS SSDs are suitable for server arrays, embedded systems, enterprise machines and high end PCs.
  • Max Sustained R/W Speed - 280/270MB/s
  • R/W IOPS - 50,000/35,000
  • Capacity options - 128GB, 256GB

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