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Types Of YANSEN mSATA

mSATA YSM600E-X-XXX

Yansen YSM600E-X-XXX is a well-balanced mSATA SSD with standard form factor and great performance. Designed in SATA 6 Gb/s interface, the SSD is able to deliver exceptional read/write speed, making it the ideal companion for heavy-loading industrial or server operations.
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mSATA YSM600T-X-XXX

YSM600T-X-XXX utilizes 2D NAND and capacity range is 8GB~256GB, the drive comes with various implementations including powerful hardware ECC engine, power saving modes, wear leveling, flash block management, S.M.A.R.T. and TRIM.
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Features Of YANSEN mSATA

Features Of YANSEN mSATA

  • The World's first hybrid SSD with an Azure Sphere inside

  • End-to-end security from edge to cloud

  • Hardware level allows easy and simple development

  • Supports out-of-band network management and diverse platforms

  • Supports wireless 2.4/5GHz dual-band 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi

  • Supports Ethernet

mSATA VS. 2.5" SSD

mSATA VS. 2.5
mSATA

The mSata Design only uses 4 or 8 pieces of NAND flash and is used in limited space. A 2.5″ SSD usually uses 8 or 16 Pieces of flash depending on capacity. Given the same controller on an mSata and an SSD, Sequential write speeds will be about 100–200 MB/s faster on the 2.5″ SSD.Given the same controller on an mSata and an SSD, Sequential write speeds will be about 100–200 MB/s faster on the 2.5″ SSD.

2.5" SSD

I sold solid state drives for a few years and the speed difference is staggering. I do agree that M.2 using the NVME standard is the way to go if you want a smaller drive. NVME uses the PCI Express lines and can transmit at up to 2GB/s (so long as the drive can handle it) where as SATA caps out around 500MB/s (effective transfer rate).

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