Swissbit, a manufacturer of industrial-grade flash memory solutions, is broadening its portfolio of high-performance PCIe SSDs with the N3202, which bridges the gap between pure industrial solutions and enterprise or data centre SSDs.
With its robust design, integrated Swissbit powersafe PLP technology, and advanced security features, the N3202 is engineered to deliver unmatched reliability and endurance for industrial, NetCom, as well as enterprise storage applications.
The new N3202 adopts a PCI Express M.2 2280 form factor and utilizes a PCIe Gen 4×4 lane interface for high-speed data transfer. Its eTLC flash and DRAM-based controller architecture guarantee excellent performance and durability, with high endurance of up to 1.5 DWPD (drive writes per day) over a 5-year period. The SSD is further enhanced by robust and reliable 30μm gold-plated connectors, ensuring seamless connectivity and long-lasting performance.
One of the other key features of the N3202 is its robust security framework. The SSD comes equipped with AES256 encryption and crypto-erase security features, as well as TCG Opal 2.0, providing standard protection for valuable data. This advanced security architecture guarantees the safety and confidentiality of critical information, making the N3202 a preferred choice for applications requiring top-tier data protection.
The N3202 is specifically tailored for applications where high performance and endurance are paramount, such as data logging and boot drive applications. Its rugged, industrial-like design and DRAM support make it an ideal choice for environments where reliability is non-negotiable. The inclusion of Swissbit powersafe technology, enhanced by high-quality tantalum capacitors, ensures extended longevity, making the N3202 a standout solution for mission-critical tasks.
Swissbit’s N3202 caters to various industries and applications, including data logging, database access, edge servers, defense, and telecom & networking infrastructure. The SSD is available in multiple capacities, including 240 GB, 480 GB, 960 GB, and 1920 GB, ensuring businesses can choose the most suitable option based on their requirements.
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