Industrial 3D NAND accelerates connectivity
Higher capacities and extended longevity are features of 3D NAND. For the embedded and industrial markets, the SSD technology has potential from growth, believes Innodisk, in the IoT and Industry 4.0. To meet these demands, Innodisk has launched the 3MG5-P 3D NAND SSD series (pictured).
The company has also launched two NVMe SSD series. OCuLinkDOM is a small form factor that uses the OCuLink interface and is designed for server boot-up applications. The other is the high-performance M.2 series, which is available in both two- and four-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 allows for fewer operators to monitor the rapidly growing number of devices.
The company has also introduced a CANbus expansion card, for in-vehicle networking. Innodisk’s CANbus expansion card complies with the J1939 standard, making it suitable for heavy-duty applications while also allowing for a high degree of customisation. Stable performance and durability make this module suitable for fleet management applications.
Innodisk’s 2666 MT/s DRAM series is currently the fastest industrial-grade DRAM available on the market, claims the company. The modules are designed for labour-intensive server use, casino gaming, automation and surveillance applications. The modules also consume less power than previous generations, adds the company.