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DDR4 rugged SODIMM anti-vibration memory released
Apacer has released a robust DDR4 Rugged SODIMM anti-vibration memory module, which is targeted at defence and industry applications that suffer from high-vibration environments. It can help industrial vertical markets such as 5G base stations, energy exploration, wind power generation, aerospace defence, railways and transportation systems painlessly upgrade rugged applications to make them more robust.
Apacer XR-LRDIMM anti-vibration server memory module
To aid the design of defence projects, Apacer has successfully developed an anti-vibration server memory for defence applications. It’s called XR-LRDIMM (Extreme Rugged Load-Reduced DIMM), and it features strengthened shock and vibration resistance and reliability.
Collaboration to develop IoT smart device management
Apacer and Allxon have cooperated to develop IoT smart device management technology. Allxon Device Management, based on the Allxon open cloud platform, now includes Apacer’s Double-barreled Solution: Cloud Edition. From Disaster Prevention to Disaster Recovery, it allows industrial customers to remotely monitor SSDs and also provides warning/alert services as well as backup and recovery for data and the OS.
Apacer announces tiny industrial-grade PCIe BGA SSD
Apacer has announced a tiny industrial-grade PCIe BGA SSD, adding another strong series to its high-speed PCIe SSD product line.
DDR4 anti-sulfuration server memory with high protection
The coronavirus-driven shift to working from home has meant rapid growth in the use of remote offices, remote learning and e-commerce. As a result, server memory is in great demand, thanks to the accelerated growth of data centres in many fields, from cloud computing to small- and medium-sized edge applications.
Industrial-grade memory for 5G business opportunities
Apacer has announces the full-scale production of 32GB DDR4 industrial-grade memory. This is now available to global first-line SD-WAN (Software-Defined WAN), and virtual router vCPE (Virtualised Customer Premises Equipment) customers.
Integrating IoT applications to make smart factories more efficient
Apacer has announced a new cooperation with Advantech. They will integrate Apacer's Double-barrelled Solution into Advantech's WISE-PaaS / DeviceOn IoT device management platform, making it easier for customers to manage critical storage. Data will be sent to the cloud for real-time monitoring, improving overall system operation efficiency.
XR-DIMM DRAM module with RTCA DO-160G certification
Apacer has announced the release of the XR-DIMM. This rugged memory module claims to be the first on the market to meet the exacting standards of the US RTCA DO-160G test, an aviation equipment certification that marks the XR-DIMM as resistant to high levels of vibration and therefore well suited for defence and aeronautical applications.
Pinpoint accuracy with 3D NAND Flash optimisation
NAND Flash has become a mature technology, and the varieties of formats that are now available are already adopted in many industrial applications. However, with the desire to go beyond the standard options, Apacer has developed certain optimisations of NAND Flash technology.
The next logical step for industrial-grade storage
The era of intelligent IoT is just around the corner. As 3D NAND Flash memory cements itself as a core part of this technology suite, PCIe and NVMe are becoming dominant due to their rapid, reliable transmission speeds. SSDs with these ports are rapidly going mainstream.
Industrial-grade SSD functions in wide temperature range
Apacer is adding a new series to its comprehensive product line. The 3D TLC SV250 SSD is now available for buyers who need the highest performance in industrial applications. Made with original ICs from Toshiba, it offers capacities from 30GB to 960GB, and up to 3,000 P/E cycles. It has impressive sequential read/write speeds of 560 and 520MB/s, respectively.
Momentum for AIoT/IoT core applications
At embedded world, February 26th to 28th, 2019, Hall 1 / Stand 1-505, Apacer will showcase a full range of storage solutions developed for the AIoT/IoT market. IoT devices often have to run without interruption for extended periods, while still prioritising data integrity. Apacer’s latest products can easily handle long-term uninterrupted read/write operations, while delivering truly impressive cost-benefit results.
Industrial product identification to support smart devices
As the Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI) and 5G technology gradually integrate, a new data economy ecosystem is taking shape. As a consequence, Apacer has announced that it will launch its product identification ‘Apacer for Industrial’ in 2019.
32-bit DDR4 SODIMM supports industrial embedded systems
In view of the current trend in which ARM technology drives the development of IoT, mobile computing and automotive electronics, and the demands for economical, efficient and compact smart devices, Apacer, an industrial memory brand, has launched a 32-bit DDR4 SODIMM which supports industrial embedded systems using ARM/RISC processors or the latest RISC-V 32-bit processors.
Solutions to conquer the IoT era revealed at electronica 2018
Industrial storage and memory provider, Apacer, will participate in the electronica Expo 2018, showcasing the latest industrial products and technologies which include industrial grade 3D TLC NAND, TCG Opal 2.0, CorePower and rugged memory XR-DIMM solutions. Apacer will focus on six applications including IoT, server & networking, transportation, defence, gaming and healthcare.
Rugged memory for shock environments showcasing reliability
As applications of memory in high vibration and shock environments are becoming more diverse, Apacer, has launched the latest rugged memory module XR-DIMM, showcasing reliability and flexibility space usage in memory industry.
Wide-temp identification defining IC capabilities
In response to the frequent malfunction of commercial grade IC marketed for wide-temp use in embedded and IPC systems, Apacer has promoted the identification of true industrial grade wide-temp products. The company has penetrated the unmanned aircraft and smart transportation markets with its industrial wide-temp SSDs and DRAMs, and it now aims to make the identification of industrial wide-temp memory modules transparent.
Next-gen memory modules receive full upgrade
The rapid confluence of AI and the IoT have not only fueled an increasing demand for various smart application and smart devices and servers, but also increased performance demand in computing power and transfer speed. In response to the successive upgrade in Intel’s and AMD’s servers, desktop processors, and mobile processors platforms, Apacer has outpaced its competitors in the mass production of DDR4-2666 memory modules for server ...
PATA SSD provides enhanced data security
Provider of of industrial SSD, digital consumer products and memory modules, Apacer, has announced that its value-added PATA SSD, 2.5" 44 pin AFD 257 brings benefit to data security. It covers three built-in data security functions - Full Erase, Destroy, and Write Protect to provide advanced and upgraded data security advantages. It is suitable replacement of 2.5” PATA HDDs.
Bringing real time monitoring software beyond S.M.A.R.T.
In order to check a hard drive’s status at any time for analysing and predicting the timing to replace the drive, such as temperature, usage time, and erase times, most traditional hard drives and Solid State Drives (SSDs) adopt S.M.A.R.T (Self-Monitoring, Analysis, and Reporting Technology), which is the optimal technology for a single PC.