Cactus Technologies' unexpected power interrupt testing of our 900S Series Industrial mSATA, Industrial CFast and Industrial SATA SSD as well as those of top competitors has revealed the Cactus 900S Series products provide unmatched write abort protection.
Austin, TX, January 8, 2016 (Newswire.com) - Cactus Technologies’ unexpected power interrupt testing of our 900S Series Industrial mSATA, Industrial CFast and Industrial SATA SSD as well as those of top competitors has revealed the Cactus 900S Series products provide unmatched write abort protection.
Steve Larrivee, Cactus VP Sales & Mktg, said, “With no external DRAM cache, SLC NAND and using a controller designed for reliability versus cost or performance, the 900S Series proved the most reliable Industrial SATA device we tested.”
Write abort protection is a concern of many OEM designers. It occurs when the power is unexpectedly removed from the SSD during a write cycle. Many SSD updating their internal meta data during a power interrupt will become corrupted or even unusable.
Joseph Chang, Cactus VP Engineering, commented, “We created a test setup which continuously creates random power interruption during writes to the SSD. After weeks of testing, the Cactus 900S Series continued to perform better than any other SSD.”
Cactus will continue to test our Industrial and Commercial Grade products in the most adverse conditions to ensure they provide OEMs the most reliable flash storage solution in the market.
For over 10 years, Cactus Technologies has been supporting OEMs Worldwide with the highest reliability Industrial Embedded Flash Storage Products using industry leading controller technology and industrial strength flash memory.
Our Industrial products enable OEM’s systems to operate without a fault in the harshest and most mission critical environments. In addition, Cactus offers Commercial Grade embedded products based on MLC NAND, which have Locked-BOM and Extended Life Cycles for budget limited applications.
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