Advantech’s SQFlash 720 Series Provides Complete Security in Diverse Form Factors
PCIe /NVMe performance and small form factor variants
SQFlash 720 series comes in multiple form factors compatible with most common embedded boards and system designs, which increases design flexibility for system integrators. One of this series—SQF-CM3 720 NVMe SSD is designed in a M.2 2230 A+E key form factor and is primarily used for Wi-Fi modules. This form factor is increasingly popular in industrial motherboard designs. SQF-CM3 720 NVMe SSD features a small form-factor design (22 x 30 mm), with a maximum 512GB capacity and supports PCIe Gen3 x2. This compact solution boosts total system performance. Future form factors are also in development— including SQF-CM4 M.2 2242, SQF-CM8 M.2 2280, and SQF-CFX CF Express.
Security Features for Data Protection
As data security and protection are vital, SSD security remains the focus of industrial applications. Security is one of most important functions of SQFlash 720 series. By adding the latest TCG-OPAL 2.0 compliant security feature set, users can safely protect SSD data from unauthorized access. Additionally, Advantech provides security management utilities compatible with multiple OS. This security management utility is also available with Extensible Firmware Interface (EFI) version for easy BIOS integration, yielding improved security. Similarly, all SQFlash 720 series feature McAfee anti-virus to protect the system from viruses and malware.
- Wide operating temperature support (0 ~ 70 °C/-40 ~ 85 °C) for diverse applications.
- Multiple form factors: M.2 (2230/ 2242/ 2280) and CF Express.
- PCIe / NVMe SSD come with TCG-OPAL functionality for enhanced security.