Expanded portfolio provides the highest endurance and value SSDs

03-01-2024 | Greenliant | Semiconductors

With its new budget-friendly VX Series, Greenliant now provides customers with a wider range of reliable eMMC SSD products. Built-in a 153-ball package with high-quality 3-bit-per-cell (TLC) NAND, the eMMC NANDrive VX Series is offered in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB capacities and supports wide temperature (-25C to +85C) operations. It reaches up to 318/227MB/s sequential read/write performance and endurance of 3,000 program-erase (P/E) cycles.

"Our wide temperature eMMC NANDrive VX Series SSDs combine affordability with exceptional performance and robust features to meet the diverse needs of industrial, networking, POS and transportation applications," said Arthur Kroyan, vice president of business development and marketing at Greenliant. "The addition of the VX Series gives customers even more options to choose a reliable eMMC SSD that fits their price, performance and endurance specifications."

Reinforcing its commitment to meeting the most demanding data retention and endurance necessities, the company has upgraded the eMMC NANDrive EX Series using EnduroSLC Technology to support even higher endurance levels. All 50,000, 100,000 and 250,000 high endurance SSDs can now attain 75,000, 150,000 and industry-leading 400,000 P/E cycles, respectively. Operating between -40C and +85C, the SSDs are excellent for write-intensive workloads, extreme temperatures, and high-stress environments.

The SSDs are available in 100-ball (2GB-4GB) and 153-ball (2GB-32GB) packages. The SSDs are included in the company's Long-Term Availability program for extended lifetime applications, providing customers with a stable portfolio of high-endurance data storage products for up to ten years.

The portfolio includes the industrial temperature (-40C to +85C) MX Series, with 2-bit-per-cell (MLC) NAND. The series SSDs are provided in 100-ball (8GB) and 153-ball (8GB-64GB) packages with endurance of 5,000 P/E cycles.


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