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Greenliant Expands Portfolio of eMMC NANDrive™ Embedded Solid State Drives for Industrial Applications

Offers Higher Performance and Larger Capacity eMMC 5.1 Micro SSDs

SANTA CLARA, CALIF. – DECEMBER 12, 2017 – Greenliant Systems is now sampling its eMMC 5.1 NANDrive™ embedded solid state drive (SSD) product family with improved performance, enhanced features and a wide range of capacities (8, 16, 32, 64 and 128 GB). Ideal for automotive, industrial, medical, security, military and networking applications, the new GLS85VM NANDrive devices support the JEDEC eMMC 5.1 standard and operate at full industrial temperatures between -40 and +85 degrees Celsius. See the GLS85VM eMMC NANDrive portfolio at http://bit.ly/eMMC-SSD.

The eMMC 5.1 NANDrive products are HS200/HS400 compliant and support command queuing for faster data throughput and better multitasking. These high-performance products also offer high-reliability features, such as advanced wear-leveling, bad block management and effective error correction code (ECC) capabilities to significantly extend the life of the product. eMMC 5.1 NANDrive SSDs are available in a 14mm x 18mm, 100-ball, 1.0mm pitch package (backward compatible with Greenliant’s 100-ball eMMC 4.4 NANDrive SSDs) and will also be offered in a smaller 11.5mm x 13mm, 153-ball, 0.5mm pitch package.

“Based on Greenliant’s internally-developed industrial grade NAND controller, eMMC NANDrive SSDs provide a wide range of advanced features, high security and robust power interrupt data protection required by high-reliability applications,” said Arthur Kroyan, vice president of business development and marketing, Greenliant Systems. “With a strategic focus on product longevity, Greenliant helps embedded customers minimize redesign efforts and interruptions in their production cycles.”

Availability
Greenliant is currently sampling eMMC 5.1 NANDrive SSDs with customers on select product engagements. For more information about the new GLS85VM products, contact a Greenliant channel partner, https://www.greenliant.com/sales.

About NANDrive™ Products
NANDrive manages all NAND flash complexities and allows embedded system designers to quickly integrate mass data storage solutions into their designs without having to make any firmware changes. Because NANDrive complies with PATA, SATA and eMMC interface protocols supported by all standard embedded operating systems, designers no longer face costly, time-consuming host software revalidation cycles. To further ease system integration and simplify inventory management, NANDrive solves the compatibility and obsolescence issues of pairing a NAND controller with new NAND flash devices. As an integrated multi-chip package solution, NANDrive eliminates the need for long qualification cycles when there is a change of NAND flash technology; customers need only qualify NANDrive as a mass storage subsystem. http://NANDrive.com

About Greenliant Systems
By leveraging more than 25 years of solid state storage design expertise, Greenliant Systems is dedicated to developing durable, reliable and secure storage solutions for embedded systems and enterprise datacenters. The company is headquartered in Silicon Valley with product development centers in Santa Clara, Beijing, Shanghai, Xiamen and Hsinchu. https://www.greenliant.com

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