SMART is an active member of multiple industry-leading standards organizations and consortiums. SMART provides design expertise, prototyping and eco-system development support for cutting-edge memory, storage and accelerator technologies. Learn More
The M1HC drive is also built to operate over 30,000 m of altitude, or 100,000 ft. and has a comprehensive set of features. Engineers designing for high-capacity, highly secure, applications should consider the M1HC. Learn More.
The M2 drive employs pFail back up technology in case of accidental power failure. SMART's M2 SSDs are designed to meet the needs of cost-sensitive applications where temperature tolerances are important. Learn More.
Utilizing a SATA 6Gb interface, the M1 drive has 525MB/s sequential read and 500MB/s sequential write speeds. Capacities of 240, 480, 960, and 1920GB are available using multi-level cell (MLC) NAND Flash. Learn More.
With DuraFlash™, SMART is committed in offering a wide range of Flash storage form factors designed and manufactured to meet the heavy demands of accelerating embedded applications in the telecom, networking, storage, industrial control, medical, IIoT, transportation, and video surveillance market segments.
SMART offers commercial and industrial temp embedded flash-based products, including M.2 SATA and M.2 PCIe NVMe, SATA DOM, mSATA, slim SATA, and eUSB form factors equipped with SATA II, SATA III, PCIe and USB interfaces.
SMART designs and manufactures commercial and industrial temp removable flash memory products in a wide variety of form factors including CF Card, SD Card, microSD, 2.5" SATA SSD, U.2 PCIe NVMe and USB Flash Drives.
In the video above, Director of Product Marketing , Authur Sainio, outlines SMART's SMTL services.
SMART services the global HPC (High Performance Computing) and data center markets with only the highest quality DRAM available today. Because SMART manufactures memory modules for Tier-1 OEMS and DRAM suppliers, it is fully aware of the system-level, PCB-level, IC-level, and thermal issues that affect system stability, data throughput, and overall system performance. With its SMTL services, SMART ensures that its products are compatible with Intel®-based and AMD®-based servers from concept to production.
An additional step to SMTL is Vendor Failure Analysis (VFA). SMART's component engineering management team follows up with vendors by having the vendor provide a VFA report. Its component engineering team reviews the results to make sure they are accurate and complete. If needed, the team can follow up with the vendor if any purges need to be made, or if the team can help implement any date code restrictions. SMART's level of technical support continues to be an industry differentiator among memory manufacturers.
Broad Range of Testing
SMART has a comprehensive system test process. See highlights of SMTL processes below; click for even more info:
The Engineering Failure Response Team (EFRT) designs, tests, reviews for NPI (New Product Introduction), and for application testing. The EFRT also supervises, conducts, and reviews all stages of Failure Analysis.