Runcore announces slow but small SSD with self-destruct
Runcore today announced that it has developed a single chip SSD. The Runcore Mini DOM isn’t your choice if you need speed with specified speeds of 113 MB/s for reading and 47 MB/s for writing , but it should be very reliable and able to withstand temperatures between -55C and 95C.
But the SSD isn’t aimed for consumers anyway as it seems to be targeted to manufacturers of embedded devices like GPS systems, board computers, TV’s and medical equipment. The Mini DOM will become available in capacities ranging from 8 to 64 GB and connects to the system through the SATA II interface.
The SSD also comes with Runcore’s self-destruct functionality. You can activate the Write protection and the Quick Erase function by simply mounting 2 jumpers.
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