Innodisk looking towards the future of Industrial IoT at embedded world 2018

February 27, 2018 ECD Staff

Nuremberg, Germany – February 27, 2018 – Innodisk is attending Embedded World from February 27 to March 1 to showcase the newest storage, memory and software innovations aimed at accelerating interconnectivity in the embedded and industrial market.

3D NAND to Address Future Market Demands

With higher capacities and extended longevity, 3D NAND holds great promise for the embedded and industrial market. According to Innodisk’s Senior Director of Flash, Charles Lee, 2018 will see a distinct increase in demand following the trends of IoT and Industry 4.0. To meet these demands, Innodisk has launched the all-new 3MG5-P 3D NAND SSD series. Innodisk is showcasing this new series along with other flash storage innovations at Embedded World 2018.

Durable In-Vehicle Expansions

CANbus is a true and tested method for in-vehicle networking. Innodisk’s CANbus expansion card is also compliant with the J1939 standard, making it suitable for heavy-duty applications while also allowing for a high degree of customization. Stable performance and lasting durability make this module a perfect fit for fleet management applications. Innodisk’s booth at Embedded World is displaying a live demo simulating a vehicle dashboard to show the functionalities of the J1939 CANbus module.

The Fastest Industrial-grade DRAM

Innodisk’s 2666 MT/s DRAM series is currently the fastest industrial-grade DRAM available on the market. These blazing fast modules are designed for labor-intensive server use but are equally suitable for casino gaming, automation and surveillance applications. The modules also consume less power than previous generations and use only high-quality Original ICs.

Innodisk’s Newest Solutions

Innodisk is also launching two new NVMe SSD series. OCuLinkDOM™ is an ultra-small form factor that uses the OCuLink interface and is designed for server boot-up applications. The other is the new high-performance M.2 series, which is available in both 2 and 4 lane PCIe 3.0. To handle the increasing number of edge devices and the growth of IoT, Innodisk has designed iCAP™ to easily manage storage devices through the cloud. This essentially allows for fewer operators to monitor the rapidly growing number of devices.

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