More performance with 3D NAND Flash:
New SATA and PCIe Design-In SSDs from KINGSTON
Faster, higher, further?
Once again, faster and more storage capacity.
That's what next-generation 3D NAND Flash offers. By switching to the latest 3D NAND Flash technology, KINGSTON is taking the performance of its SATA and PCIe Design In SSDs to a new level.
The design improvements again accelerate performance.
Among other things, not only the maximum capacity of the M.2's with SATA interface could be doubled, but also the read performance could be increased by about 20%.
The derivatives contain state-of-the-art controllers that automatically perform wear leveling, garbage collection and other NAND flash management functions.
The new series meet the requirements of smart applications for digital transformation. For the temperature range of 0 °C to 70 °C and capacities from 128 GB to 1024 GB, these series include:
- SATA Revision 3.x:
- 2.5", mSATA, M.2 2242 and M.2 2280
- PCIe® (PCI Express) Gen. 4:
- M.2 2280, M.2 2230
System designers and manufacturers depend on consistent memory products. KINGSTON offers the following benefits with the Design-In SSD product line:
- Controlled BOM and Firmware
These ensure that there are no changes to key components and firmware after customer qualification.
- PCN SUPPORT
All generation changes and firmware updates are handled through a controlled and timed process.
- Technical SUPPORT
Customers have direct contact with GLYN's Field Application Engineering team for a quick response to questions about memory requirements
The installed 3D NAND flashes are the densest and most advanced 3D NAND technologies to date. They once again offer more memory cells per level.
Samples of the new SATA and PCIe series are available upon request.
Take advantage of our expertise in the design-in process. Enjoy the benefit of reliable processes when choosing the right SSD and get expert advice.
Request technical information or order release samples today. We will be happy to provide you with further information upon request.