Innodisk, a provider of embedded and industrial flash, DRAM and expansion cards, is coming to Embedded World in Nuremberg, Germany to showcase their newest designs and solutions pinpointed at the server market, IoT, automation and the challenges of hostile environments.
Introducing industrial-grade PCIe M.2
Innodisk is launching an all new M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD series to meet the future performance requirements of the embedded and industrial market. This new SSD series can ensure blazing fast speeds without any heat dispersal issues. These modules will be available in both 2 and 4 lane PCIe 3.0, with performance more than sufficient for the server and IPC markets.
Looking towards the next generation of boot-up devices
To keep pace with the PCIe NVMe trend, Innodisk is also exploring the next step in boot-up applications. As this new technology requires new interfaces, Innodisk is moving onto the OCuLink port with the new OCuLinkDOM (Disk on Module) series. OCuLink is a small cable form factor, and the device supports PCIe Gen3 x2. The OCuLinkDOM is a small form factor that is perfect for high-speed boot-up, and it will easily fit within the tightest system setups.
Taking embedded storage into the cloud
Automation the IoT trend means that we’re moving into a future with fewer human operators and an exponentially growing number of interconnected devices. All flash devices however, have limited lifespan. To meet this growing need of storage monitoring and maintenance, Innodisk has launched iCAP. This is shorthand for Innodisk Cloud Administration Platform, and is an elegant solution that allows browser-based monitoring of any interconnected device, no matter where you are located.
Combating the threat of sulfuration
Sulfur is present in many industries. However, even in trace amounts, this sulfur will react with silver used in DRAM modules in a corrosive reaction. This can severely lower performance and also lead to device failure and system downtime. To mitigate this costly risk, Innodisk offers the new Anti-sulfuration DRAM series. By isolating the silver from the environment, these sensitive components are protected from the harmful sulfur. These modules are excellent for usage in the petrochemical and energy sector, as well as areas with pollution and volcanic activity.
Miniaturized system expansions
Embedded manufacturers often struggle with limited space, which can make any system expansion a troublesome affair. To meet the demand for ever smaller modules, Innodisk has moved onto even smaller M.2 2242 LAN and Serial expansion cards. This miniature design allows for a smooth integration into any system, and is especially suitable for the medical, in-vehicle and automation industry.
Embedded World 2018
Place: Nuremburg, Germany