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What Can I Do with an MLC mSATA Solid State Drive?

ME5HAPX7V-3N000-2 - SATA - mSATA (MO-300B) - 512GB - MLCIf you need extra storage with a small footprint, consider adding an MLC mSATA SSD to your technological toolbox. This solid state drive offers small form factor Flash storage without the added bulk of a housing case. As a result, it’s roughly the size of a business card. Here is a look at how engineers can take advantage of the many benefits of mSATA SSDs.

 

Use the mSATA SSD to Accelerate Computer Performance

An mSATA SSD connects in a different way compared to a SATA SSD or a traditional hard disk drive (HDD). Since it lacks the housing, an mSATA looks just like an integrated circuit. Because of its small footprint, an mSATA SSD is an appropriate choice for highly portable devices, like netbooks, laptops, and tablets. Many mSATA devices are used as cache drives, and they can also be used to replace traditional HDDs if their capacity is high enough.

 

Balance Performance and Affordability in Commercial Products

Thanks to the compact size of this solid state drive, it’s frequently used in many commercial products where space is at a premium. Digital signs, retail kiosks, and multifunctional printers all benefit from mSATA SSDs. This device also has applications in school and business settings:

  • Electronic blackboards
  • Telephone conferencing systems
  • Commercial-use projectors

 

And it’s used in navigation equipment:

  • GPS plotters
  • Fish finders
  • Vessel Traffic Services (VTS) equipment
  • Weather satellite image receivers
  • Satellite compass systems
  • Land-based Automatic Identification System (AIS)

 

And it’s even used in the healthcare field:

  • Blood analysis equipment
  • Electronic patient records systems
  • Diagnostic imaging systems
  • Automated care devices
  • Automatic biochemistry analyzers
  • DNA microarray systems

 

As you can see, a multi-layer cell mSATA SSD is an ideal choice for countless applications across many industries.

 

Delkin is a proud provider of both industrial grade and commercial grade mSATA solid state drives. Our MLC mSATA SSD is RoHS compliant, with a locked bill of materials and extended life cycle management. It also features bad block management, and static and dynamic wear leveling. Get in touch with Delkin today, and one of our knowledgeable representatives will walk you through our advanced storage solutions.

 

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