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Innodisk to Present New Space-Saving Industrial Storage Products at Embedded World 2014

Feb 24 2014, 2:00am CST | by

nanoSSD, SuperDOM, SATA M.2 (NGFF), Peripheral Modules, and Industrial/Embedded GPUs on Display.

Taipei, Taiwan, February 24, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Innodisk, a designer and manufacturer of memory and storage products for industrial applications, will be showing a wide range of new products at...

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Innodisk to Present New Space-Saving Industrial Storage Products at Embedded World 2014

Feb 24 2014, 2:00am CST | by

nanoSSD, SuperDOM, SATA M.2 (NGFF), Peripheral Modules, and Industrial/Embedded GPUs on Display.

Taipei, Taiwan, February 24, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Innodisk, a designer and manufacturer of memory and storage products for industrial applications, will be showing a wide range of new products at Embedded World 2014 in Nuremburg, Germany, from February 25 to 27. With an emphasis on increasing storage capacity while shrinking dimension, Innodisk will be displaying nanoSSD, SuperDOM, and M.2(NGFF) products, industrial DRAM with conformal coatings, as well as a 1TB industrial SSD. Innodisks’ subsidiary Aetina will also be on hand to display its line of industrial/embedded GPU solutions powered by NVIDIA, AMD, and S3 processors.

New customers and current partners are invited to visit Innodisk at booth no. 1-128 in Hall 1 of the Exhibition Centre to find out more about these and other Innodisk products.

Product Highlights

nanoSSD – Innodisk presents the world's first industrial-embedded SATA µSSD, designed according to MO-276 standards, with integration of a control chip, flash memory and peripheral power components into a single BGA (ball grid array) package without sacrificing capacity and performance. This technology is perfect for the next-generation of ultra-thin solid-state storage devices.

SuperDOM – SuperDOM combines two of Innodisk’s most attractive products, SATADOM and nanoSSD, to create an ultra-low profile SSD in a slim housing. SuperDOM is intended as the future of SATADOM design.

M.2 (NGFF) – Innodisk leaps ahead of the small form-factor trend with its SATA M.2(NGFF), type 2242 and 2280. This new size addresses design obstacles for space-sensitive IPC systems. Type 2242 saves up to 40 percent on PCB space requirements compared to Mini PCIe.

Conformal Coatings – Innodisk’s industrial DRAM modules offer conformal coatings to protect moisture, dust, chemical contaminants and other environmental hazards. Innodisk’s applies the coatings in-house using materials from leading supplier, Humiseal. The conformal coatings will be displayed at the booth via UV light.

Peripheral Modules

Innodisk recently introduced its new embedded Peripheral Modules product line, designed to relieve motherboard space limitations while simultaneously expanding embedded system functionality. Innodisk’s Peripheral Modules offer signal conversion flexibility and cost reductions. They are easy and cost effective for developers to interface with LANs, serial ports (USB/RS232-422-485/PCIe), storage devices, and video displays through space-efficient embedded peripheral boards.

Aetina Industrial/Embedded Graphics Cards

Innodisk’s subsidiary Aetina will also be present at the Innodisk booth to introduce its industrial graphics cards, powered by NVIDIA, AMD, and S3 processors. Low power consumption, high performance, compact form factors(MXM 3.0), superior service life, rugged components, and multi-monitor support are just some of the various features of Aetina cards that make them suitable for military, transportation, medical imaging, and general industrial video applications. For more information visit www.aetina.com.tw

Innodisk looks forward to meeting new customers and current partners at Booth 1-128 in Hall 1 of the Messezentrum Exhibition Centre in Nuremberg, Germany from February 25 to 27.

Read more about Embedded World 2014 at: http://www.embedded-world.de/en/

About Innodisk
Founded in Taiwan in 2005, and with a US-based support and engineering team, Innodisk Corporation has become the industry-leading manufacturer and solution provider of flash storage devices and DRAM modules for industrial applications and embedded systems, with a focus on the enterprise, industrial, aerospace, and defense industries. With its long experience and an unrivaled knowledge of the memory industry, Innodisk has developed a series of products with excellent quality, remarkable performance, great cost-efficiency, and the highest reliability. For more information about Innodisk, please visit http://www.innodisk.com.

Contact Information:
Innodisk
Dan Zhang
510-770-9421
Contact via Email
www.innodisk.com

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