Apacer: industrial-grade SV250 SSD series with read/write speeds of 560 and 520MB/s

Apacer is adding the 3D TLC SV250 SSD series to its product line. Made with original ICs from Toshiba, it offers capacities from 30GB to 960GB, and up to 3,000 P/E cycles. It has impressive sequential read/write speeds of 560 and 520MB/s, respectively. It also functions smoothly in temperatures ranging from -40 to 85 degrees C. And its advanced data protection algorithm maximizes it durability and reliability, making it an ideal choice for factory automation applications, security monitoring systems and edge computing devices, etc.

Thanks to advanced algorithms including LDPC (Low Density Parity Check) ECC and DataRAID™, data reliability of Apacer’s SV250 series is secured despite of being equipped with TLC NAND flash. Apacer’s engineers also built in a variety of value-adding features, such as a power-saving mode, wear leveling, flash memory management, S.M.A.R.T. and Trim technology.

In the case of an unexpected hard shutdown, the SV250 series devices are protected by DataDefender. This combination of hardware and firmware technology is designed to improve data integrity. When power disruption occurs, the hardware mechanism will notice and trigger the controller to run multiple write-to-flash cycles to store data. Then the firmware will check that the data was correctly written to the NAND flash after the power disruption and rebuild the mapping table, preventing data loss.

More and more industrial manufacturers are realizing the value of adding encryption technology to their devices. Apacer’s SV250 series devices are self-encrypting drives that are protected by TCG Opal 2.0, which uses the advanced AES encryption to prevent unauthorized access to data. The 3D TLC SV250 series delivers an ideal balance of performance, reliability and cost. They are available in various form factors such as 2.5”, M.2 2280, and M.2 2242, as well as being available in module form.

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