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High-speed LAN solutions are on the rise in industrial automation, surveillance, and gaming markets. But as these higher-bandwidth connectivity options find themselves beyond the core network infrastructure they must compensate for interference issues associated with the size of PCIe form factors, many of which cannot fit into today's compact IPC system designs.
Temperature constraints aren’t frequently discussed as a data bottleneck, but as more systems subjected to harsh environments are asked to join the IoT, that’s precisely what they are. It’s not uncommon, for example, for industrial or automotive embedded electronics to be subjected to temperatures as high as 125º C. In those instances, how do you ensure data integrity?
Ultra Temperature DDR4 DRAM modules from Innodisk.
Many experts in our embedded industry will try to convince you that a “by-8” (x8) DRAM module is superior to a “by-16” (x16) module. In some respects, those experts would be right. But it’s not always the case, as we will show you here. In most configurations, the x8 module will yield higher bandwidths compared to the x16 configuration.
The bleeding edge of NAND memory technology is focused almost exclusively on the consumer and data center markets. But as embedded systems incorporate more consumer- and data center-like capabilities, industrial-grade systems need to take advantage of breakthroughs in performance, too.
Innodisk introduced the first industrial-grade PCIe 4.0 SSDs built to handle challenging conditions, such as the high temperatures of outdoor and industrial settings.
Innodisk Releases Industrial-grade 112-Layer 3D TLC SSDs with World’s Highest Capacity and Complete Product Line - NewsJuly 22, 2021
The increase in performance meets the growing needs of AIoT applications and industries in 5G, edge computing, deep learning, smart surveillance, and smart medical where speed and higher capacity support are critical.
Innodisk announced the release of its industrial-grade DDR5 DRAM modules.