Leveraging more than 20 years of solid state storage design expertise, Greenliant Systems is dedicated to developing energy-efficient, highly reliable and secure storage solutions for the embedded systems and enterprise datacenter markets. The company is headquartered in Silicon Valley with product development in Santa Clara, Beijing, Shanghai and Hsinchu. Click here to visit the Greenliant Systems website.
NANDrive™ embedded SSDs
Greenliant’s award-winning NANDrive™ 85 Series comprises a range of fully-integrated, embedded solid state drives for cost-effective, extreme-environment and long-life applications. These high-endurance storage devices combine Greenliant’s industrial grade NAND controller — built on more than two decades of design expertise — with NAND flash die in a small form-factor, ball grid array (BGA) package. NANDrive products are available with 2-bits-per-cell (MLC) or 1-bit-per-cell (SLC) NAND to meet customers’ lifespan, endurance and performance requirements for data storage in a wide range of applications. They support various industry-standard interfaces (eMMC, PATA/IDE, SATA) and feature the same pin-out across all capacities in each family. NANDrive is ideal for embedded applications that require secure, reliable and energy-efficient data storage.
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e.MMC NANDrive operates at full industrial temperatures between -40 and +85 degrees Celsius, giving customers a space-saving SSD that can withstand the most severe conditions. Designed for rigorous automotive, industrial and networking environments, e.MMC NANDrive is offered in a 100-ball grid array (BGA) package, with 1mm ball pitch for increased long-term reliability. All NANDrive products include enhanced data integrity and security features to protect critical user data.
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The mSATA ArmourDrive™ 86 Series is based on Greenliant’s SATA NANDrive, combined with robust power interrupt data protection. These solid state drives offer the features and benefits of NANDrive on a small, removable printed circuit board (PCB) module. Operating at extreme temperatures, mSATA ArmourDrive is ideal for applications requiring data storage able to withstand the most demanding environments. Built in the standard JEDEC MO-300 form factor, mSATA ArmourDrive surpasses Serial ATA hard disk drives with its superior functionality, endurance and reliability. Dedicated power failure detection and backup power circuitry is built-in to prevent data integrity issues due to sudden power interruptions. mSATA ArmourDrive SSDs also include advanced security features to protect confidential information.
Greenliant’s 55 Series NAND Controllers are key components for building high-performance NAND flash-based data storage systems. The controller’s feature advanced NAND management technology that increases performance, improves data integrity and supports high-capacity block access to NAND-based applications. These advantages enable expanded functionality in applications such as solid-state drives (SSDs), which require fast, reliable storage.
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Specialty Flash Memory
Greenliant’s flash memory portfolio includes CSF™ (Concurrent SuperFlash™), Many-Time Programmable and SSF™ (Small-Sector Flash™) product families. Available in commercial, extended and industrial grade temperatures, all Greenliant flash memory products are offered in industry-standard packages. These high-reliability products feature up to 100,000 cycle endurance and a small footprint, making them well suited for space-constrained code storage applications.
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