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What Are the Benefits of High Endurance Flash Storage?

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When choosing flash memory, one of the most important factors to consider is endurance. Though every application’s endurance needs are unique, choosing the appropriate level of endurance will generally prevent problems with device failures and help to reduce costs. For many developers, choosing the highest level of endurance for flash memory is the right choice. There are several advantages to using high endurance flash storage that you should consider when you’re making a decision about memory for your industrial application. Here is a closer look at high endurance flash storage and the benefits of integrating it into your design.

 

More Device Uptime

No matter what kind of device you have, the more uptime it supports, the better. For consumer and commercial devices, this can result in higher levels of customer satisfaction because of usage levels. For industrial devices, long uptimes are essentials. Flash memory failures caused by endurance issues simply cannot happen in devices used in healthcare, transportation, and other industries in which critical information is being stored. High endurance flash storage ensures that essential applications won’t be crippled by failures.

 

Improved Efficiency

For devices used in industrial fields, an important part of budgeting involves balancing flash memory pricing and functionality. Choosing high endurance flash memory makes it easier to end up with the right balance. With a lengthy period of endurance, it won’t be necessary to change flash memory storage cards as frequently as you would with lower endurance options. This means that there will be less downtime for the application. Similarly, you will need to invest in new flash memory cards less frequently, saving both time and money. High endurance flash storage ensures that you can get the maximum level of efficiency from your flash memory and your device design.

 

Better Device Performance

With high endurance flash memory, you can get better performance from your application for a longer period of time. Most high endurance flash storage products are also industrial grade, which means you will get ultra-fast SLC flash, extended temperature ranges, and the most secure form of flash memory available. All of these features add up to give you the best performance possible.

 

If you’re looking for high endurance flash storage, look no further than Delkin. Delkin offers a wide selection of high endurance, industrial grade flash products with a range of customization options. Contact us today for more information.

 

ORDER DELKIN INDUSTRIAL FLASH STORAGE TODAY through our distribution partner Newark.

 

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