Headquartered in Rancho Santa Margarita, California, USA, and with operations elsewhere in North America, Europe and Asia, Virtium designs, builds and supports its products in the United States. The company was among the storage industry’s first to focus its resources on SSDs for industrial and embedded-systems applications – solid-state storage has since become increasingly common in those applications—and has been acknowledged for its entrepreneurship. Virtium is also among the first to apply proprietary programming sequences that “bridge” between single-level-cell and multi-level-cell types of flash memory used in SSDs, thus drawing on the reliability of the former and the cost efficiencies of the latter. In 2016, Virtium introduced self-encrypting SSDs -- the first family of industrial

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  • Headquartered in Rancho Santa Margarita, California, USA, and with operations elsewhere in North America, Europe and Asia, Virtium designs, builds and supports its products in the United States. The company was among the storage industry’s first to focus its resources on SSDs for industrial and embedded-systems applications – solid-state storage has since become increasingly common in those applications—and has been acknowledged for its entrepreneurship. Virtium is also among the first to apply proprietary programming sequences that “bridge” between single-level-cell and multi-level-cell types of flash memory used in SSDs, thus drawing on the reliability of the former and the cost efficiencies of the latter. In 2016, Virtium introduced self-encrypting SSDs -- the first family of industrial-grade SSDs with self-encryption available across all major drive form factors. Also in 2016, Virtium became one of the first industry vendors to market eUSB 3.0 storage modules in the ultra-small, 10-pin form factor. In 2015, Virtium secured a growth investment from L Squared Capital Partners and added two industry veterans to the company's board of directors: David Bradford and Tim Leyden. Virtium's primary products are memory modules and solid-state drives (SSDs) designed with the SATA and PCI Express interfaces. (en)
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  • Headquartered in Rancho Santa Margarita, California, USA, and with operations elsewhere in North America, Europe and Asia, Virtium designs, builds and supports its products in the United States. The company was among the storage industry’s first to focus its resources on SSDs for industrial and embedded-systems applications – solid-state storage has since become increasingly common in those applications—and has been acknowledged for its entrepreneurship. Virtium is also among the first to apply proprietary programming sequences that “bridge” between single-level-cell and multi-level-cell types of flash memory used in SSDs, thus drawing on the reliability of the former and the cost efficiencies of the latter. In 2016, Virtium introduced self-encrypting SSDs -- the first family of industrial (en)
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  • Virtium Solid State Storage and Memory (en)
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