L2tek are now stocking ADATA Industrial storage and memory products with advanced features for data management
Reliability, durability, and data security are important factors when choosing the right storage device, it is also important to know that you will get consistent supply over the lifetime of your own product.
ADATA offer SLC, MLC and 3D-TLC products which include Fixed BOM options, guaranteeing consistent performance and reliability. They also offer a 3-year warranty and a replacement or repair service.
ADATA work with all major chip manufacturers: Kioxia (Toshiba), Western Digital, Samsung to be able to offer the latest technologies with a known longevity of supply. In the event of there being substantial changes in the supply chain, ADATA will endeavour to notify customers with Product Change Notifications and a Last Time Buy option with 6 months last time buy duration followed by 4 months last shipment duration.
And here are some technology aspects of data storage that you might like to consider when choosing devices for critical applications and which are supported in ADATA Industrial products.
ADATA proprietary A+ SLC technology combines reliability and cost efficiency. It uses custom NAND Flash firmware with an A+ sorting algorithm to emulate SLC performance on MLC Flash.
Power Loss Protection
ADATA PLP technology combines sensitive voltage monitors with banks of power-retaining capacitors. Should power loss occur, the monitoring circuit detects the power drop and instructs the controller to back up all data in the buffer.
Early Remove technology moves data to a new block when the controller reads that the rate of modification frequency in Flash block has increased to over 70% and erases the original block to be used as backup. Early Retire applies when the controller reads that the rate of modification frequency has increased more than 90%. It moves the data to the new block, then invalidates the original block to avoid block damages.
AES encryption technology carried out via hardware can be activated at any time without affecting the transmission performance of an SSD. The Host writes and encrypts data via the AES Encryption Engine built into the SSD controller and writes the encrypted data into flash memory. Some common cryptographic protocols, including TCG Opal 2.0, Microsoft eDrive, IEEE-1667, and the National Secret Algorithm.