SanDisk Z400s SSD to replace HDDs in computing platforms

Flash storage supplier SanDisk has launched the new SanDisk Z400s SSD, a solid-state drive (SSD) to replace hard-disk drives (HDDs) in computing platforms and embedded applications.

SanDisk will give demo of the new Z400s and SanDisk’s complete portfolio of flash-enabled solutions during World IT Show 2015.

The Z400s outperforms HDDs by 20 times while providing 5 times reliability with 20 times lower average consumption.

The company has expanded its flash-based solutions by adding SanDisk Z400s SSD which provides better user experience and reliability at an affordable price.

PC OEMs can incorporate the new SanDisk Z400s into sleeker, mobile laptop designs without breaking bill of materials (BOM) costs.

Additionally, SSDs are less prone to failure as it has no moving part which also increases device uptime and HDDs are three times more likely to fail than SSDs.

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The Z400s can withstand up to 1.7 million hours of continual use and delivers greater stability during peak activity.

The new innovation is available in multiple form factors and capacities as low as 32GB and also meets embedded systems applications designers’ performance, reliability, size, low power, interface and scalability requirements.

In addition, the Z400s provides the performance and reliability to ensure a quality customer experience and inspire brand loyalty to retail, hospitality, restaurant services and many other industries.

This apart, the Z400s includes digital cameras which operates 24×7 in order to reduce risk.

The SanDisk Z400 is available in mSATA, 2.5” SATA and M.2 (2242 and 2280) form factors, in capacities of 32GB, 64GB, 128GB and 256GB.

Last month, SanDisk unveiled a new generation of its Fusion ioMemory PCIe application accelerators to improve the performance and drive data center consolidation and lower total cost of ownership.

Shilpa Khatri

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