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Biwin Introduces Half Slim H6201 Embedded SSD

The world’s leading expert in the development and manufacturing of flash and superior NAND flash memory, BIWIN has introduced a new business-level SSD that is just perfect for the digital signage market called the Half Slim H6201. As we know for a fact that the field of digital signage is consistently on a verge of growing and that a lot of digital applications are emerging. We find that it is highly important that the components are durable, reliable, efficient and low on maintenance cost to be capable of withstanding harsh public and outdoor environment.

Biwin Introduces Half Slim H6201 Embedded SSD

There are numerous reasons why flash memory is of great importance for industrial grade products. If compared with HDD, we get to know that SSD are much more reliable since they have no moving parts.  This makes them ideal for the sensitive environment where dust, heat, humidity, cold, shock and vibration are found. BIWIN SATA II Half Slim SSD H6201’s MTBF of 2,000,000 hours is twice more if compared with other mechanical hard drives which advance to lower maintenance cost.

H6201 is super fast with the expertise of handling high IO data, for instance; multiple data streams for graphics and video in a very small package. Besides this, SSDs are far more energy efficient than HDDs. Talking about H6201’s power consumption, its only consumes 0.97W which reduces the dependency on system fans for cooling which results in a quieter design with  compact energy cost.

The H6201 comes in different variants such as, 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, 64GB and 128GB.

BIWIN H6201 is electrically compatible with a serial ATA disk drive. To meet the high quality standards, it makes use of the (MLC) NAND Flash memory. Moreover to assure the data reliability, advanced technologies are used which include dynamic bad block management, dynamic and static wear-leveling, and error connection mode.

Source: TechPowerUp | News Archive

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