Taipei, Taiwan (PressExposure) April 12, 2013 -- Innovating Today's Industrial Grade Storage for Tomorrow's Challenges
Innodisk, a leading designer and manufacturer of industrial flash and DRAM storage products, will be exhibiting at DesignWest in San Jose, CA from April 22-25. Innodisk invites media, industrial partners and attendees wishing to further their technical knowledge to visit its booth, #1924 at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center. Innodisk will have its newest products and designs that it has developed to meet the current challenges facing engineers with embedded applications, including: SATA III interface industrial flash devices and back-end designs that optimize MLC NAND Flash.
SATA III is on the cutting-edge for the industrial market, as it is currently not prevalent for industrial applications. Innodisk's SATA III products offer superior speeds, while consuming about the same amount of power as SATA II products. This allows those with embedded designs to incorporate faster speeds without significant increases in power consumption.
The full range of Innodisk products will be on display at the booth, including SATADOM, SSD, mSATA, CFast, SATA Slim and NGFF form factors. Additionally, Innodisk will be showcasing a live demonstration of its SATA III SATADOM, the world's smallest industrial storage form factor, running Innodisk's exclusive monitoring technology, iSMART.
Also on display at the Innodisk booth will be products with the newly developed proprietary flash memory storage firmware, iSLC, which optimizes superior MLC NAND Flash to ensure longer lifespans and more reliable performance for SSDs. With this technology industrial users receive similar write speeds and data quality as SLC-based technologies at a more competitive price point. A recently released white paper on iSLC is available for download, with a more in-depth look at the technology and how Innodisk uses it to revolutionize its SSDs for the industrial embedded marketplace.
Innodisk invites all to visit booth 1924 at DesignWest 2013 to see and learn about the new technologies the company is implementing in the storage networking community.