Application-Optimized SSDs: Life in the Digital Fast Lane
In their highly competitive market, data center operators need to adapt their storage equipment to match the application load as exactly as possible. This blog post shows how that can be accomplished and what cars in the fast lane have to do with it.
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4 reasons to use industrial 3D TLC NAND flash as pseudo-SLC
The ability to operate TLC in pseudo-SLC mode with one bit per cell continues to carve out a niche existence. However, for a vast number of applications the economic advantages of this configuration outweigh the disadvantages. We've compiled four arguments to consider.
Wrong Flash Storage: 5 main reasons for occurring issues
NAND Flash SSDs are generally accepted as standard and universal storage devices. Nevertheless, many things can go wrong if you don’t choose the right SSD for your application. Here are the main areas where damage may occur by using unsuited products.
Flash Memory in the Era of the Software-Defined Car
The implementation of effective cyber security risk mitigation mechanisms as well as the functional split between hardware and software are major challenges for automotive OEMs. The Swissbit Automotive competence offers solution paths for both areas - and even more.
5 reasons why CFexpress is the future
Do you want to know, why does CFexpress have the potential to become the number 1 removable storage media for demanding industrial applications? We've compiled five arguments.
SATA vs. PCIe: Competition or Coexistence?
SATA is dead, long live PCIe! Wait a minute, it’s not that simple! Let's take a closer look at both interfaces and check where each of them can show their advantages.
Explained: Garbage Collection
The clear up process of being able to release entire blocks in flash memory is called “garbage collection”. But how does it work?
From CompactFlash to SD Express
Industrial memory cards over the course of time and what to look out for when you need to use them in industrial applications.
Explained: “Bad Block” Management
How do “bad blocks” occur in NAND flash and what do flash and storage medium manufacturers have to pay attention to during production in order to avoid early failures? Let's have a look!