MSC Technologies released the world's first 1TB, single-sided SSD from SanDisk

MSC Technologies released the world's first 1TB, single-sided SSD from SanDisk
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MSC Technologies, a business unit of Avnet, Inc. (NYSE: AVT), offers the SanDisk® X400 SSD which is SanDisk’s upper-tier SATA client SSD, driving mainstream adoption in computing platforms. It is designed with SanDisk’s nCache™ 2.0 Technology provides greater reliability and high-grade endurance for longevity. Additionally, X400 can be successfully used in entry-level enterprise servers, typically for read-intensive and boot/logging applications.

The X400 SSD is available with a 1.5 mm single-sided form factor M2 (2280) and in 2.5” 7mm-height as a true drop in replacement for mechanical HDDs. Both form factors are available in 128GB, 256GB, 512GB and 1TB1 capacities.

The X400 features nCache™ 2.0 technology, which boosts performance for fast burst and high sustained sequential write speeds. Its multi-tiered caching architecture uses a combination of SLC and TLC blocks to maximize read/write operations and improve responsiveness and longevity, making it the ideal storage solution for multi-tasking and heavy workloads.

Please visit MSC Technologies at embedded world 2016 in Hall 2, Booth 240.

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From components to cloud and design to disposal, Avnet, Inc. (NYSE:AVT) accelerates the success of customers who build, sell and use technology globally by providing them with a comprehensive portfolio of innovative products, services and solutions. Avnet is a Fortune 500 company with revenues of $27.9 billion for the fiscal year 2015. For more information, visit www.avnet.com
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