SSDs Family of Addonics



Addonics Technologies Inc. has launched new family of the SSDs in the market which supports CFast, mSATA and M2 form factors. These SSDs have their different features which are designed to handle different types of issues.

Addonics SSD

 mSATA is made from the SLC NAND flash and supports more TBW(total bytes writtten) durability up to eight times more than other devices. This is specially designed to handle the critical missions for example aerospace, finance and data centers. This device can also sustain in the harsh environment too. The enterprise mSATA SSD cost around $54 for 32 GB and the retail price of mSATA flash SSD is $325 for 32GB.

M2-SLC is made from MLC NAND flash and it is cost effective as compare to other SSDs. It has higher storage ability. It’s per cell has higher R/W cycles. The best part of this device is it can be operated in industrial temperature range. 

The CFast SSD supports up to 4GB-256GB storage capacity. Different types of converters, readers, duplicators along with different form factors are available in the company.

M2 (NGFF) /SSD/HDD Duplicator family comparison chart



Copying options
From source
To target
$999.00
$1459.00
$1399.00
$1569.00
$1499.00
M2 (NGFF) SSD
M2 (NGFF) SSD
Yes, up to 5 targets
Yes, up to 9 targets
Yes, up to 9 targets
Yes, up to 11 targets
Yes, up to 11 targets
M2 (NGFF) SSD
2.5″ SATA HDD/SSD
Yes, up to 5 targets
Yes, up to 9 targets
Yes, up to 9 targets
Yes, up to 11 targets
Yes, up to 11 targets
2.5″ SATA HDD/SSD
2.5″ SATA HDD/SSD
Yes, up to 5 targets
Yes, up to 9 targets
Yes, up to 9 targets
Yes, up to 11 targets
Yes, up to 11 targets
2.5″ SATA HDD/SSD
M2 (NGFF) SSD
Yes, up to 5 targets
Yes, up to 9 targets
Yes, up to 9 targets
Yes, up to 11 targets
Yes, up to11 targets
3.5″ hard drive
M2 (NGFF) or 2.5″ SSD/HDD
NA
Yes, up to 9 targets
NA
Yes, up to 11 targets
NA

 


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