XMC-554 2TB NAND SATA Drive
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- Up to 2 TB total capacity
- NAND flash (MLC)
- ECC, wear leveling and bad block management
- Boot drive support
- SMART attributes supported
- Encryption optional (AES-256)
- Windows, Linux, and VxWorks support
- PCI Express (PCIe) 2x Gen2
- Conduction-cooled Level 200
- Low power
- Write protect
- Data recording
- Video recording
- Mission data
- Mission maps
- Data logging
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The XMC-554 rugged, high performance, reliable and power-efficient NAND flash solid state drive (SSD) solution does not have any moving parts. This provides significantly lower power consumption and an order of magnitude improvement in reliability in environments with vibration and contaminants, compared to traditional rotating hard disk drives (HDD). Also important is the clear performance advantage, due to the lower latency and higher data transfer rates. This translates to enormous benefits in regular operating conditions and more critically, in high-risk combat environments.
The XMC-554 provides two independent mSATA interfaces, one per "drive" providing up to 2 TB of MLC NAND flash. Approximately 20% of the total capacity is reserved for over provisioning. The following table summarizes the bank configurations and available disk space to the application.
Industry standard NAND flash error correcting code (ECC) is supported, as well as wear leveling and bad block management. The wear leveling algorithm spreads the program/erase cycles evenly across the media, including the over provisioning sectors, avoiding premature device failure due to frequent data overwrites on the same data. The XMC-554 tracks the write/erase history of each flash block and will immediately retire blocks if the block fails during an erase or program operation, or if the wear cycle count exceeds the rated cycle count of the flash device.
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