From MemxPro, Multi-Terabyte SSD GT Series1TB to 4TB, 2.5-inch, 6Gb SATA, eMMC MLC flash
This is a Press Release edited by StorageNewsletter.com on 2017.03.16
MemxPro, Inc. announces two products at Embedded World 2017.
Three targeted solutions: Coating, anti shock and vibration, and wide temperature
This series of company's DRAM modules include UDIMM, SODIMM, ECC DIMM, RDIMM, ARM/RISC based Mini DIMM, and customized DIMMs with a variety of DDR generations, DIMM types, transmission frequencies, and densities. Firm's server/workstation series are available in DDR3 and DDR4 options, including error-correcting code DIMM (ECC DIMM) and registered DIMM (RDIMM). ECC DIMM and RDIMM are designed for workstation or server applications requiring high reliability. Both of them support ECC for detecting and correcting errors and their built-in thermal sensors help prevent systems from overheating to further ensure stability. In addition, the company is also releasing quality and customizable ruggedized memory solutions with protective coatings for anti-shock and vibration, and industrial wide temperature, each tailored to specific application needs.
For industrial applications when electrical components need to withstand harsh environments, conformal coatings are an option to add protection. To meet customer needs, the company applies a special protective coating more than 60μ" thick on DRAM module products. This process maintains long-term surface insulation resistance levels to ensure the operational integrity of the assembly. The coating also provides a barrier to moisture, dust, and chemical contaminants from the operating environment, such as salt spray, acid erosion, electrostatic damage and vulcanization, thus preventing short circuits and corrosion to achieve an IP65/68 rating. The coating enhances protection for DRAM modules from various aspects of environmental degradation.
There are three major benefits that the firm coated DRAM module products offer. Firstly, the company's special fluorescent coating material saves customers' time and cost on quality control. Secondly, reliable and responsive service to high-mix low-volume customers shortens their off-the-shelf development time on IP rating and anti-vulcanization services, enabling cost-effective material management. Thirdly, enhanced endurance and operational sustainability over a prolonged time reduces maintenance costs.
Firm's XRDIMM and RuggedDIMM are DDR3 and DDR4 expansion memory products designed to meet embedded system customization project requirements that work reliably in harsh shock and vibration environments. Enhanced ruggedness is achieved through the implementation of a pin-and-socket connector system and the use of mounting holes with screw attachments firmly holding the CPU board and memory module together. Their pin definitions closely follow the SODIMM pin definition, so that an SBC or COM originally designed with a SODIMM can be easily adapted to XRDIMM and RuggedDIMM operations.
All company's DRAM modules series support -40°C/+85°C industrial wide operating temperatures for reliability and performance under extremely cold and hot environments. DRAM modules series are also available in standard and extended grade (-25°C/+85°C) temperatures. For the industrial and embedded markets, a thermal sensor is built-into company's memory modules and the products are designed with industrial-grade materials and 30µ" gold finger thickness for quality high-speed signals.
Multi-terabyte SSDs targeted at server and transportation markets
The company also launches the 1-4TB 2.5" SSD - 2.5" SSD GT series at Embedded World 2017. The product series is equipped with the MP808 controller, combining eMMC MLC flash for standard grade, extended grade, and industrial grade temperatures. Compared with other stackable PCB designs over 2TB, 2.5" SSD GT is a ten-channel single board slim design for better transmission and signal stability. The products are targeted at server and transportation market applications.
The firm will be demonstrating SMARTPro, the device monitoring software supporting the Android system. In the age of big data, many companies save their collected data to the cloud to analyze users' behaviors. However due to limited bandwidth, data needs to be temporarily stored in remote devices and SSDs are for this expanded data capacity. The company is the first firm that supports the Android system on its SMARTPro software. The device monitoring software is easy to use and customers can detect and monitor their SSDs and storage modules via SMARTPro on their smart portable devices. In addition, The company also provides customization services for various OS platforms to meet customers' specific requirements. To find out more, contact our sales team or visit the website.