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Default Adata ISSS314 TLC and MLC SSDs are ready for extremes

A month ago Adata took the wraps off its IM2P3388 series of industrial-grade M.2 NVMe SSDs. The company's product planners must be aware that plenty of older silicon is left overseeing all manner of industrial hardware in the field, because the company is back with its ISSS314 SATA SSDs in TLC and more robust MLC varieties.

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