Memory devices based on NAND Flash are a separate group of products with a number of different interfaces and applications. Depending on the type of NAND memory used, these products differ in durability, speed and capacity. All of them have advanced mechanisms ensuring data integrity. We currently offer solutions based on SLC, pSLC, MLC and 3D TLC NAND Flash.
Compact Flash memory card has a PATA interface and a housing conforming to the PCMCIA I and II standards. Since it is compliant with the IDE interface, it may be used a system drive in all applications which require low power consumption, low heat emission and resistance to mechanical vibration. Performance may be expressed in MB/s or in accordance with the UDMA standard.
CFast cards are compliant with the PCMCIA I or II standards with SATA interface. The card’s controller, which is functionally compliant with typical SATA SSD controllers, offers low power comsumption and data transfer rates of up to 550 MB/s. Other features include S.M.A.R.T., advanced power management methods and a DRAM catche. CFast is available with 3D TLC, SLC, pSLC and MLC NAND and its capacity may depend on the technology used. It’s small size and housing suited for mutiple applications make CFast a good solution form many mobile applications.
MicroSD and SD cards are available in three capacity standards: SDSC (Standard Capacity), SDHC (High Capacity) and SDXC (extended Capacity) and with bus up to UHS-I. Selected models have an additional SPI interface. Small dimensions, low power consumption and wide range of available capacities (from 128MB to 256GB) and wide selection of NAND types (3D TLC, SLC, pSLC, MLC) make microSD
and SD cards a go-to storage solution for many industrial designers.
USB Flash Drives are available in many housing options and with wide selection of NAND types (3D TLC, SLC, pSLC, MLC). As the USB 3.0 interface is supported by nearly all personal computers and embedded applications, these devices are used as storage media for operating systems, data and application keys. Backwards compatibility with USB 2.0 and USB 1.1 provides flexibility for designers and administrators.