COMPUTEX Taipei preview: Innodisk drives Internet of Vehicles revolution (pun intended)

May 28, 2015 OpenSystems Media

Continuing their mantra as a service-driven solutions provider rather than a pure component manufacturer, Innodisk are demonstrating a connected car at Computex 2015, powered by ruggedized automotive class SSDs and DRAM, alongside their mPCIe CAN bus expansion cards to facilitate internal communication with ease.

Additionally, pushing the boundaries of storage and DRAM capability come the world’s first 4Tb Industrial SSDs and DDR4 2400MHz Server DRAM respectively. The SSD’s DRAM-less design translates to high data integrity, which combined with new flash management firmware sets new precedents for performance in small form factor flash storage devices. Their 32Gb DDR4 registered DIMMs pave the way for high end cloud computing infrastructure to truly power the evolving Internet of Things, vehicular or otherwise!

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Rory Dear, European Editor/Technical Contributor
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