Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Renice Releases X9 RSATA 2TB Solid State Drive

SHENZHEN, China - Tuesday, March 22nd 2016 [ME NewsWire]

(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Recently, Shenzhen Renice Technology Co., Ltd., a Shenzhen-based high-end solid state drive manufacturer, announced that the company will release its 2TB R-SATA interface-based solid state drive in early April of 2016.

R-SATA, or Rugged SATA in short, is the unique interface that has been designed specifically to address vibration and the shock problem during application. It can efficiently resolve the undesirable intermittent contact or potential signal spikes resulting from vibration and shock in the SATA gold finger connector.

The release of Renice X9 R-SATA SSDs shall bring a new highly reliable and big-capacity solution for its long-time industrial users.

The X9 R-SATA SSDs have abundant highlights. They actually use Renice’s own SATA3 controller RS3502-IT that not only assures the independence or controllability but also provides a product lifespan of 2-3 times similar products in the market with its unique NAND flash control algorithm.

The patented “method and system for data backup of solid-state drive during some kind of abnormal power failure” technology will be visibly demonstrated in the X9 R-SATA SSDs. Even when the tantalum or super capacitors utilized for power failure data storage ages till a remainder of 25% after 3 years, this patented technology can still warrant the completion of all data transfer from the DDR in abnormal power failure conditions. As of now, there is no other manufacturer in the world providing a solution to counter the risk of data loss due to such capacitor aging.

Renice X9 RSATA SSDs can also support pSLC implementation via scarifying of MLC memory capacity by halving in order to achieve nearer SLC performance and reliability. This will be an inevitably attractive solution for industrial users who require enhanced reliability with cost pressure.    


Shenzhen Renice Technology Co., Ltd.

Rena Liu, +86 755-83258725*818


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