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RunCore, a leading designer of specialized solid-state drives and storage solutions, has introduced a lineup of single-chip solid-state drives with Serial ATA II interface. The miniature solid-state storage solutions are aimed at advanced embedded applications.

RunCore Mini DOM SSDs are available in capacities between 8GB and 64GB as well as provide up to 113MB/s read and 50MB/s write speeds amid power consumption of 0.67W (670mW). With a miniature size of no more than 43.38mm*27.75mm (L*W) thanks to the 104-ball FBGA chip packaging, the SSDs can withstand extreme temperatures between -55? and 95?. Power input options consist of external 5V or 3.3V via a 22-pin connector, 7-pin VCC or external 5V input via a 7-pin connector.

Additionally the MiniDOM SSD implements RunCore’s data self-destruction technology, allowing for data-elimination. Users can easily activate the Write protection and the Quick Erase function by simply mounting 2 jumpers.

RunCore’s Mini DOM solutions are designed for usage in a variety of different mission-critical system setups even under most demanding circumstances. Various solutions for different power inputs make the RunCore Mini DOM highly implementable for almost any system requirements such as defense and navigation systems, automobile PCs, TVM, medical computers and POS machines.

RunCore Mini DOM SSDs will become available later this year, at the moment the company is sampling the solutions among interested parties.

Tags: RunCore, SSD, NAND, Flash

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can we have these pcb's with generic Serial ATA II Interface made to take generic empty SODIMM slots and populate these slots with SSD mounted SODIMM with an auto configured controller chip to map additional slots as needed please.

also an MRAM version and derivatives of these smaller generic on-SODIMM with generic Serial ATA II Interface PCB's would be very good in the near future if you care to make them available on mass rather than just in specialty markets.
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