The s230 Series is architected as a cost-effective solution for embedded uses, which include:

-- system booting

-- application servers

-- code storage

-- data logging

As with the entire Slim SATA family, the s230 Series leverages STEC's high-performance, industrial-grade SSD controllers and sophisticated flash management. These elements deliver high capacities in no-compromise solid-state-storage solutions that provide embedded system designers with true plug-n-play storage devices, short design cycles and fast time to market. 

The s230's use of single-level cell (SLC) flash media helps ensure extended endurance and reliability, as well as support for industrial (-40 °C to 85 °C) temperatures.  The inclusion of STEC's PowerSafe Technology provides instant data integrity in the event of an unplanned power failure.

The STEC s230 Series of Slim SATA SSDs are sampling now, with volume unit pricing beginning at $85. Click here for more information on the STEC s230 Series of Slim SATA SSDs.

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About STEC, Inc.

STEC, Inc. is a leading global provider of enterprise-class solid-state drive (SSD) technologies and solutions tailored to meet the high-performance, high-reliability and high-endurance needs of today's data-intensive server and storage platforms. With headquarters in Santa Ana, California, and locations worldwide, STEC leverages almost two decades of solid-state knowledge and experience to design, manufacture and deliver the most comprehensive line of PCIe, SAS, SATA, and embedded SSDs on the market today. In addition, STEC's EnhanceIO SSD Cache Software enables IT managers to cost-effectively scale server application performance. For more information, please visit www.stec-inc.com .

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STEC, the STEC logo, PowerSafe, and EnhanceIO are either registered trademarks or trademarks of STEC, Inc. in the United States and certain other countries. All other trademarks or brand names referred to herein are the property of their respective owners.

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