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Current manufacturing technology allows producing reliable 3D TLC NAND flash memory chips for industrial temperature range -40 to 85°C. In addition, Apacer SLC-liteX technology significantly increases program/erase cycles count.
The good news is that the price of SLC-liteX products should be lower than the price of similar SLC-lite products.
3D NAND flash for Industrial Temperature Range -40 to 85°C
Major flash memory chips manufacturers like Kioxia (formerly Toshiba Memory) are currently able to produce 3D NAND flash chips with endurance of 3 000 P/E cycles in industrial temperature range -40 to 85°C. This allows Apacer to launch new SSD series SV-250 a SV-170 and CV110-MSD a CV110-SD memory cards series.
Faster MicroSD and SD Cards
Apacer introduced new H2-M series of industrial MLC microSD and SD memory cards. They are available in 4 to 32GB capacity and for standard temperature range
-25 to 85 °C or industrial temperature range -40 to 85°C. Cards employ page mapping FTL (flash translation layer) which allowed fulfilling the application performance Class 1 (A1) requirements (IOPS read > 1500, IOPS write > 500) for cards with capacity 8GB and higher.
Series also uses Read Disturb Management that increases reliability for applications that constantly read data from memory card, like video playback in loop for example. For more details how this technology works, please see the article Apacer Brings New Technologies to SSD.