|Editor:- July 16, 2015 -
Designers of military
systems for whom SLC is the only
flash memory good enough
- but who also needed higher capacities in their 2.5" SATA slots have -
until recently - had little choice but to consider SSDs with significant
holdup for their toughest designs. And that, in turn means a complex
qualification process and really getting to know the internal ad hoc internal
details of SSD
architectures and related firmware which might well change considerably
over the lifetime of their projects.|
Meeting the need for those who prefer a simpler and more predictable controller architecture roadmap Microsemi today announced the availability of a new enhanced capacity model in its TRRUST-STOR line of military SSDs.
Microsemi's new MSD01TAM3R provides 1TB raw (900GB usable) SLC NAND flash in a 2.5" 9.5mm high package in a US made product with all the features you'd expect from this established military SSD product line.
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|Microsemi||TRRUST-STOR||Microsemi's TRRUST-STOR is a rugged 2.5"
SATA SLC SSD which protects sensitive data from both environmental and human
It's designed specifically to provide outstanding reliability, data integrity, performance and security for defense applications in rugged environments. AES encryption and anti-tamper techniques, plus our own Armor management processor set this drive apart from any others on the market. That's one of the reasons Microsemi call it a "Secure Storage Device".
All design and manufacturing for the TRRUST-STOR is done in the U.S. in Microsemi's DOD trusted facility. Microsemi has a long history as an industry leading manufacturer of innovative, high-reliability memory solutions for the defense market.
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