Innodisk’s iCell Technology ensures that DRAM-based solid state drive (SSD) can protect mission critical data and prevent data loss during an unexpected power failure. This is achieved by integrated iCells delivering an instantaneous charge to the SSD to make sure the data is safely stored.
Reengineering Data Loss Prevention
Innodisk understands that data stored in the drive’s volatile cache (DRAM) often contains more recently used data and system critical data. As such, making sure the data is secure in the event of a power outage is paramount. That is to say, if power suddenly drops, the SSD can promptly save the data to flash memory to avoid data loss and device restaring issues.
Raising the Bar through Hardware Architecture
Innodisk has modified the traditional SSD IC board without compromising normal performance operations. iCell Technology features a unique robust design, engineering extra power buffering capacitors on the IC board, which provide an emergency charge to the system if needed.
Exponential Time Gains
In traditional SSDs without iCell Technology, emergency residual system power only holds for a duration of 2ms. In such a short time frame, the SSD is unable to write from the memory cache to the flash memory, leading to data loss. iCell SSDs’ emergency residual power on the other hand extends this to 60ms, this translates into a 30 times longer duration to save data from volatile memory.
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