Virtium’s StorFly® M.2 NVMe Industrial SSDs
Virtium’s StorFly® M.2 NVMe Industrial SSDs are designed for the unique capacity, workload and product longevity requirements of a broad range of embedded systems. As rugged storage solutions, StorFly® M.2 NVMe products are specifically designed for harsh environments prone to high and low temperatures, shock and vibration, and even inconsistent power sources.
These SSDs are particularly well-suited for use in robotics, transportation, and process monitoring, as well as in the telecommunications and networking sectors that are heavily focused on the rapidly expanding 5G and optical networking markets.
StorFly® Series 3 M.2 NVMe
StorFly® Series 3 SSDs are mainstream industrial storage solutions designed for the best blend of performance, power, form-factor and capacity support, and cost. The SSDs are available in PCIe/NVMe configurations with support for industrial temperatures (-40°C to +85°C) and extended endurance (pSLC) and are the lowest power solutions in the StorFly family.
StorFly® Series 6 M.2 NVMe
StorFly® Series 6 SSDs are industrial storage solutions designed for heavier duty workloads requiring higher performance and provide the best blend of steady-state performance and higher endurance. The SSDs are available in PCIe/NVMe configurations with extended endurance (pSLC) and are the overall highest performing solutions in the StorFly® family.
JEDEC standard M.2 form-factors
Industrial operating temperatures (-40ºC to +85ºC)
vtGuard power-fail protection with advanced thermal and power management
Self Encrypting Drive (SED) with crypto/secure erase and drive sanitization (TCG optional)
Monitoring and Management software
StorFly® M.2 SSDs are designed to deliver high performance in a small form factor for many of today’s space-constrained system requirements. They are particularly well-suited for the broad range of embedded infrastructure applications that Virtium servers, including communications equipment, industrial automation, transportation control, defense, medical imaging, data logging, and security/surveillance systems.