5232 BA 's-Hertogenbosch
5232 BA 's-Hertogenbosch
Ever smaller and capable smart phones and tablet PC have been the leading result in the vigorous development of the new-gen mobile devices. Driven by this demand, terminal devices are being developed towards "low profile" form factors to meet the needs of mobility and ability in portable devices. As one of the top ten PC SSD manufacturers, Apacer has just launched two variations of their SDM4, the ultra slim SSD to address this trend.
Regarding the importance of data storage for embedded application, Apacer has launched two compact and portable industrial-grade USB Drives — AH321 & AH322 that boost "stability" and "durability." The two models meet the industrial customers' demanding requirements for system operation. With the superb reliability of SLC chips and the advantage of Fixed B.O.M., Apacer highlights that the firmware and major components of all the products can be fixed upon customers' recognition and verification. This reduces the risk of out-of-stock and compatibility issues, ensuring high durability and reliability for customers.
QNAP's cloud-based network storage product, the TS-x79 series, features consistent high-security, high-reliability, handy-to-use and high-efficiency tradition, along with guaranteed VMware ready, Citrix ready and Microsoft Hyper-V compatible certification. The TS-x79 series has become the best storage option for high-end SMBs to go for virtualization cloud. This series ensures stability, security and performance due to the adoption of Apacer's USB disk module as startup disk.
With the ever-evolving technology and standard of transmission interface, Apacer launched its latest mini PCIe Disk Module modular SSD. It adopts "One lane PCIe 2.0" interface to satisfy the application requirement of high-speed transmission. Compared to PCle 1.0, the broadband speed is boosted to 5Gb/s and the product capacity reaches up to 100GB, which will offer higher transmission speed and larger storage capacity for high-end application such as network storage or enterprise servers.
DSLR and micro SLR are favourably welcomed in the market. As the high-speed burst shooting and full HD videotape become more popular, customers' need for high-speed storage is growing. Apacer launches AM230 USB 3.0 super-speed card reader customized for the professional photographers and amateurs. This card reader features transmission efficiency up to 5Gbps, over 10 times better than that of the traditional USB 2.0!
When it comes to the ever-evolving core technologies of embedded systems, data transmission efficiency and speed are the main targets for improvement. Apacer is targeting just this with the launch of a new CFast memory card to support the SATA II 3Gb/s high-speed transmission mode.
To streamline the operation of machine rooms and cut down on hosting fees, many enterprises adopt compact 1U rack servers for a smaller machinery footprint, decrease in cost and increase in processing speeds. The purpose is to achieve a more efficient management on the part of IT personnel.
Apacer seeks to address the concern of price in the SSD industrial computer sector with a quality SSD product. Apacer has announced a new large-capacity MLC wide-temp SSD with CF and SD interfaces designed for industrial computer systems and automatic applications.
Apacer is presenting their entire product line of state-of-the-art storage solutions for consumer and industrial usages at Computex Taipei 2012, June 5 to 9, at booth T202A on the 2nd floor of Taipei International Convention Center.
As cloud computing becomes mature, most enterprises have already regarded this innovative management technology as the key point to building future information architecture so as to meet the needs for the massive data processing. To fully meet the stringent demands for cloud computing, Apacer rolls out industry-leading enterprise-level 16GB bulk storage DDR3-1600 high-speed server memory module.
Apacer Technology Inc. takes the lead by introducing today a memory module featuring high speed, high capacity and low power consumption as well as full compatibility with the 22-nm Ivy Bridge microprocessor platform released lately by Intel.
To provide customers with a more diverse product range, Apacer has revealed three models of the new-generation of modular SATA SSDs; the SDM4 MP (SATA Disk Module, Middle Profile), with 7-pin SATA connectors available in three orientations of 90°, 180° and 270°, along with a patented built-in power supply design. These are designed to meet user-specific needs for various form factors and industrial designs.
With the increasing popularity of portable electronics, compact-sized and high-capacity storage solutions have gone mainstream. In view of the importance of size and durability for a portable device, Apacer Tehnology Inc. today launched the first industrial-grade MicroSDHC memory card featuring the capacity of up to 16GB. One of the highlights is its firmware and major components that can be fixed right after customer's recognition and validation. This reduces the risk of out-of-stock and compatibility issues by providing customers stable supply and high reliability.
The application of SSDs (solid state drives) to the embedded market is expanding. For industrial users in fields such as oil drilling, aviation, and vehicle system whose storage devices are exposed to stern environments, Apacer Technology Inc., the global leader in memory module, rolls out a series of SATA modular SSD: SDM (SATA Disk Module) 3. The series not only boasts resistance to shock/vibration and low power consumption but also can run at extended temperatures (-40°C - 85°C). Such industry-level performance makes the SSD a highly reliable storage solution dedicated to demanding applications, including aviation that requires working at height and low temperatures; vehicle system whose chassis suffers drastic temperature differences; and oil well drilling that is performed at extremely high temperatures.
The ever-evolving cloud computing landscape fuels not only the global demand for servers but also the growth of server memories. According to market research firm IDC, the global server market recorded a YoY increase of 17.9% for Q2 of 2011, with the entire shipping volume reaching up to 2.1 million units, a YoY increase of 8.5%. To address enterprises' demand for data transfer and capacity, Apacer Technology Inc., the leading memory module maker, introduces the new high-capacity (up to 16 GB) DDR3-1333 load-reduced dual in-lane memory module, or LRDIMM.
Apacer, the global leader in memory module, moves fast into the sector of value-added products by launching today a new industrial SD card designed for embedded systems in harsh storage environments. The new industrial SD card features high reliability, high storage and resistance to extended temperatures. Because of these advantages the card can be widely used in industrial applications, military, communication, surveillance, medical devices and car navigation, satisfying the storage need of demanding industrial enterprises.
As portable devices become all the rage, compactness and thin profile have gone mainstream. Apacer —the global leading memory manufacturer— stays ahead of the market by introducing today two industrial SSDs (solid state disks) targeting industrial tablet PCs and rugged mobile devices. The new offerings include the 2.5-inch SAFD 25M3 and the 1.8-inch SAFD 18S3, both of which are storage solutions boasting thin profile as well as high speed. The two next-generation ultra-slim SATA modular SSDs deliver high read/write speed of up to 115/90 MB/sec in half the size of typical 2.5-inch and 1.8-inch ones. Due to noiseless, shock-resistant and power-saving features, they not only meet customer demand for portable devices perfectly but also offer mobility and reliability for industrial tablet PCs and rugged mobile devices.
Data safety in storage devices has been the prime concern of enterprise users - in particular for industrial enterprises. To assist users in protecting data in such storage devices, Apacer Technology Inc., the global leader in memory module, today unveiled the fifth-generation industrial CF card featuring a write-protection design for data storage safety. The lock switch on the bottom side of the memory card prevents data from being tampered. Committed to safeguarding data for industrial enterprise s, Apacer brings the data storage solution to a new level.
Apacer Technology recently announced the strategic collaboration with Diamond Systems Corporation (DSC) based in the U.S. The move is to develop SODIMM — a specification for rugged SODIMM memory dedicated to DSC's single-board computers (SBCs). Meeting the U.S. military MIL-STD-202G 12G vibration requirements, the newly unveiled memory module is optimal for use in military vehicle applications and other harsh environments.
As cloud computing goes mainstream, the Data Center functions as a huge virtual server that delivers strong computing power to process vast amounts of data. How to optimize memory performance is becoming a growing enterprise demand. In response to this rising trend, Apacer, a global leader in memory modules, first to announce today the high-capacity, high-speed processing, power-efficient 8GB DDR3 ECC Registered DIMM dedicated to servers. The 8GB DDR3 memory module allows memory systems to run great at 1333MHz speeds, helping servers accelerate data processing.
Following the MO-297 as the standard for 1.8-inch slim SSD (Solid State Drive), JEDEC recently announced yet another standardized specification MO-300 for mSATA SSD. To make the first move in the embedded/mobile device market, Apacer - the global memory module leader - today officially launches the SATA module solution that meets this specification: SDM (SATA Disk Module) II M1 which provides a variety of options for the OEM customers. Because it utilizes 52-pin gold finger mSATA connector and has the mini PCIe form factor (50.8mmx29.8mm), the SDM II M1 downsized by about 75% compared to the typical 2.5" SATA SSDs. Advantaged by its small form factor, SDM II M1 has won the recognition of many international giants, and is successfully being introduced to many mobile communications devices.
Following the 3rd-generation Industrial CF card as are highly acclaimed by international clients and widely used in embedded systems, Apacer —the global leading memory manufacturer— today launches the 4th-generation CFA 4.1-compliant Industrial CF card. It supports UDMA-6 in high-speed mode to boost the file transfer performance of SSD (Solid State Drive). With the read speed up to 50MB per second, storage capacity of 16GB, and high resistance to extreme temperatures (-40°C to 85°C), the 4th-generation Industrial CF card will serve as the best storage solution for industry, military, communication, surveillance, medical healthcare applications, perfectly satisfying the stringent storage demands from industrial customers.