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Thursday, July 26, 2007

Solid State Hard Disk:

 
The current generation of solid state hard disk technology is being put to a wide variety of uses in defense and industrial applications. Where rotating drives may have been the necessary evil ten years ago, a solid state hard disk can now take its place, and offer the highest degree of reliability and best performance. Not having the Achilles heel of moving parts, (ergo, solid state) hard drive storage have virtually no acoustic signature, are extremely light weight, and require much less power than a typical 2.5" or 3.5" HDD.

With all of these advantages, however, one of the highest concern when implementing a solid state hard disk into your application is its durability.
Adtron flash disks are capable of withstanding a higher degree of environmental distress while delivering exceptional write endurance in I/O intensive applications.

In addition to high durability, Adtron solid state hard disks deliver the industry's best sustained read and write rates without using volatile cache memory as a buffer between the host and the solid state media. The use of cache memory introduces a point of failure where data loss can be significant, especially if battery backup is not used. The Adtron ArrayProTM performance engine delivers high performance beyond that typically found in a comparable solid state hard disk product or an HDD.

For example, Adtron's I25FB IDE flash disk passed standard military standards testing conducted by National Technical Systems in Tempe, AZ. Beyond the standard MIL-STD-810F testing, MIL-S-901D tests demonstrate that the I25FB Flashpak flash disk is capable of withstanding shipboard shock loadings which may be incurred during wartime service due to the effects of weapon attacks while at sea. In separate MIL-STD-167-1 tests, the I25FB solid state hard disk proved resilient to internally and externally imposed shipboard vibrations, while subject to dry and damp heat conditions, necessary to operate in a shipboard environment.

In the first U. S. Navy application, the Adtron 16 GByte I25FB solid state hard disk with commercial temperature media is being installed in the Local Control Panels (LOCOPs) by Woodward Governor Company. The LOCOPs are designed to monitor and control the parameters required to start and operate the generator sets used on the CG-47 Ticonderoga class cruisers and DDG-51 Arleigh Burke class destroyers. "Compared to rotating mechanical hard drives, solid state flash disks deliver clear reliability and durability advantages for shipboard applications," stated Andy Cullis, Woodward's Military/Marine Account Manager. "Adtron's flash disks provide a very robust data storage solution, which is critical to meeting the Navy's shock, vibration, temperature and humidity requirements for the LOCOP."

1 comment:

ncarignan said...

FOr information on MIL-STD 901D, 810F and 167-1 testing at National Technical Systems as mentioned above visit http://www.ntscorp.com.