Solid state soft jace.
We just decided to upgrade the HDD on our AX softjace for a job with the school district to solid state. We had to take a hit on space (only 16G) because the things are so expensive for the SATA versions, but fortunately not much space is really required.
The main reason we did the conversion is because talking to the customers, almost all of the jace failures they've had were HDD's dropping out on soft Jace's and Jace NX's.
On the Super Talent website they had this listed on the product data sheet:
So far the only difference we're seeing is the boot time into winXP. It was about 30secs before, and now we're down to about 10 seconds. I'm assuming this is due to the 0ms access times on SSD's.
MTBF: >1,000,000 hours
Data reliability: Built-in EDC/ECC function
Patent pending Wear-leveling algorithms
Write/Erase: >140 years @ 50GB write-erase /day
Has anyone else tried this? If so, how did it work out for you?