Discrete and Process Automation

Innodisk highlights innovative Edge AI computing capabilities at Computex 2022

26 May 2022

Industrial-grade storage and embedded peripheral manufacturer Innodisk is actively combining software and hardware integration, remote management and data security to make a strong impact on the Edge artificial intelligence (AI) computing market.

At Computex 2022, Innodisk exhibited the world’s first industrial-grade PCIe Gen4x4 NVMe solid state-drive (SSD) with namespace technology, which delivers better read and write efficiency, and a longer lifespan. Offering a temperature tolerance of -40° C, all the way up to 85° C, as well as support for AES 256-bit encryption, this SSD is a game changer for industrial applications.

In the face of harsh environments and new types of industrial control systems, Innodisk introduced the world's first ultra temperature DDR4 DRAM module, which goes beyond the typical industrial-gradeSource: InnodiskSource: Innodisk temperature range to support -40° C to a scorching 125° C. The series brings new features to the table, opens the door for new applications and passes multiple strict tests to prove its industrial resilience.

The company also showcased the first M.2 2280-to-single 10 GbE Base-T Ethernet module, which is the smallest 10 GbE expansion solution available today, and 10 times faster than standard Ethernet.

In addition to these exciting new products, Innodisk presented a new AI exhibition area to showcase the application results of smart retail, smart factory, smart transportation and smart infrastructure. Innodisk also showed off these applications through a live demo.

Moving forward in 2022, Innodisk will work hard to expand the integration of its subsidiary’s products and R&D capacity, and promote industrial AI intelligence through the resource integration of partners, helping customers to more effectively practice AI applications and realize their corporate vision.

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