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FAQs of Automotive SSD

No, regular SSDs may not be suitable for in-vehicle applications due to their limited operating temperature range and resistance to shock and vibration. It is recommended to use automotive SSDs specifically designed for automotive use.

SLC (Single-Level Cell) SSDs offer the highest endurance and reliability but come at a higher cost. MLC (Multi-Level Cell) SSDs strike a balance between cost and performance, while TLC (Triple-Level Cell) SSDs are more cost-effective but have lower endurance.

Our automotive SSDs equipped with Firmware Power Loss Protection features ensuring data integrity in the face of sudden power failures. It consists of two main components: Internal Mapping Table Protection and User Data Protection.

SSDs designed for automotive use are engineered to operate reliably across a wide temperature range, typically from -20°C to 75°C, which allows them to withstand the extreme temperature fluctuations that can occur inside a vehicle.

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