Super Talent Announces SJ2 mSATA SSD For Industrial And Embedded Applications

Super Talent Technology, a leading producer of NAND flash storage devices, is announcing its latest solid state drive (SSD) – the SJ2 mSATA SSD for industrial and embedded applications. The SJ2 is geared toward small form factor usage scenarios such as military and aerospace, notebooks, casino gaming, medical devices and embedded systems.

SuperTalent mSATA SJ2 horizontalThe SJ2 mSATA SSD is being offered in capacity points of 16GB, 32GB, 64GB and 128GB. Sequential read speeds are stated as (up to) 480MB/s, with sequential write speeds of (up to) 236MB/s. Access times are stated as 0.2ms.

SuperTalent mSATA SJ2 data transfer speeds chartSuper Talent’s new SJ2 pairs Micron MLC NAND flash memory with a Silicon Motion SM2246 NAND controller. The SJ2 supports S.M.A.R.T. drive health and performance monitoring attributes, as well as enhancing the endurance with both dynamic and static wear-leveling. Also featured are ECC error correction code, and bad block management. Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF) is stated as 1,000,000 hours.

SuperTalent mSATA SJ2 angledAvailability and warranty coverage have not yet been released. You can view Super Talent’s press release announcing the SJ2 in its entirety here; and you can view the product page for the SJ2 here.

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Yet another product containing a SM2246, but, this time it is SM2246XT. This might be first SM2246XT integrator mentioned in TSSDR. I cannot tell going by quick site search, because this page mentions just SM2246 not SM2246XT, so it is possible that another page similarly omits two letters XT.

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The SM2246XT is the “embedded” version of the SM2246.

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This is without DRAM, right ?

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The full data sheet on this drive lists the controller as “no DRAM”