Innodisk CFast 3IE4 is iSLC series which is designed to outdo the endurance, performance and reliability of MLC-based solutions. Through the use of flash management algorithms, iSLC improves SSD endurance up to 20,000 times, increasing lifespans up to 7 times longer than MLC-based solutions. In addition, iSLC improves the performance of solid state drives, with similar write performance of SLC-based solutions. The InnoDisk iSLC series is cost efficient, boasting excellent benefits at only half the price of SLC-based solutions.
Innodisk CFast 3IE4 is characterized by L3 architecture with the latest SATA III (6.0GHz) Marvell NAND controller. Innodisk’s exclusive L3 architecture is L2 architecture multiplied LDPC (Low Density Parity Check). L2 (Long Life) architecture is a 4K mapping algorithm that reduces WAF and features a real-time wear leveling algorithm to provide high performance and prolong lifespan with exceptional reliability.
Innodisk CFast 3IE4 is designed for industrial field, and supports several standard features, including TRIM, NCQ, and S.M.A.R.T. In addition, Innodisk’s exclusive industrial-oriented firmware provides a flexible customization service, making it perfect for a variety of industrial applications.
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