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The M.2 design is becoming more and more popular due to its small size and higher maximum data rates. M.2 used to be called NGFF (Next Generation Form Factor) – the name was officially changed to M.2 in 2013.
Compared to its processor mSATA, M.2 differentiates itself primarily through its design and the supported protocols. M.2 supports the SATA protocol as well as the much faster PCIe interface. This not only ensures higher data rates of up to 2000 MB/s but also that special slots for M.2 hard disks on motherboards are possible. More and more manufacturers are thus providing more space and even more speed in classic tower PCs and notebooks, since no connection via SATA cables is required.
Special M.2 housings are available for internal use in tower PCs and notebooks as wells as for use on the go. With an internal 2.5 inch adapter for up to two M.2 memory disks, SECOMP GmbH has launched a product on the market that is powerful, flexible and secure. If required, the housing can be configured via hardware switches as RAID 0 and RAID 1 and still ensures that the disks used can be used for booting. If needed, the housing can still be hidden and used mobile in a suitable 2.5 inch housing.
For use on the road, there is a particularly slim, flat aluminum housing with the universally applicable and particularly fast USB Type C interface. The M.2 plate is simply plugged onto the included board and fixed in place using screws.