I am working on a embedded system where there can be unexpected power losses. So far it has been using a Corsair F80 SSD with Windows Embedded Standard 7 (NTFS), and after a unexpected power loss there were some issues that required the OS to be reinstalled. This is not ideal.
This may not be the right spot for this question, but I can imagine this is an issue that needs to be handled in data centers etc as well.
My question is thus; what SSD would you recommend using, that has sufficient protection against power loss to ensure that a clean boot can be expected when power is regained? There is no need for high write/read speeds.
I have been reading about Intel 710 and 320, as well as Seagate Enterprise SSDs, Kingston SSDNow E100 and Samsung 840 Pro, but the details on the power loss protection is in most cases quite lacking.