The X1 has been rigorously tested in sudden power fail situations and for reliability, offering superb FIT rates. The industrial flash controller with hyMap firmware, hyReliability features and full SATA compliance is now in mass production and therefore available in large quantities. In addition to comprehensive NAND flash support for industrial applications, Hyperstone provides extensive health monitoring tools enabling advanced system level qualifications.
‘Factories of the future’ (FoF) is the European Union’s €1.15bn public private partnership for advanced manufacturing and production. It is the collaborative integration of Information Communicational Technology (ICT) and Automation Technology (AT) that has shifted the diverse manufacturing landscape.
It has been announced that Hyperstone is offering customers access to its Use Case Tracker technology, that leverages its expertise in NAND flash management to track and analyse a customer’s use case. The data is gathered in the field and is analysed in order to provide manufacturers with recommendations customised to their specific use case.
With the launch of Hyperstone’s latest X1 low-power SSD controller comes the release of Hyperstone’s newest technology, FlashXE eXtended Endurance. FlashXE is a feature set that comprises of extensive calibration, error correction recovery, error avoidance and refresh mechanisms in order to ensure maximum reliability of NAND flash-based storage systems.
Flash controller design company, Hyperstone, will be demonstrating its new SSD controller and Health Monitoring solutions during the embedded world 2019, which takes place at the Nuremberg Messe complex in Germany, between the 26th and 28th of February, 2019.
Hyperstone has announced the launch of its newly revamped website. The updated platform offers a user-friendly experience with improved navigation. Visitors are invited to explore the restructured product portfolio, target applications, storage solutions as well as an abundance of educational white papers and downloads.
Flash memory controller company, Hyperstone, has announced it will be exhibiting again at embedded world in Nuremberg. The company’s focus in 2018 is enabling secure storage solutions with its Application Programming Interface (API). This edge software enables developers to add their own customer firmware extensions (CFE) to Hyperstone's controllers, allowing them to address unique applications with innovative features.
Thanks to the high performance features of the U9 Flash Memory Controller coupled with Hyperstone’s API (Application Programming Interface), Biolog Device’s design has become what the company claims to be a truly unique USB stick. It can be used across a range of embedded storage applications where security precautions are a must.
Fabless semiconductor company, Hyperstone, has announced that TERZ Industrial Electronics has integrated the company's U8 USB controller into their KALIBER-XS Flash drives. Oliver Opl, CEO of TERZ Industrial Electronics, stated: “The U8 Flash controller’s efficient hardware as well as the productive cooperation with Hyperstone has enabled us to produce an innovative and industrially robust storage solution. The KALIBER-XS is the most compact IP67 M12 USB stick worldwide.”
Fabless semiconductor company, Hyperstone, has introduced its new F9 - CompactFlashT memory controller. The F9 is targeting industrial and high-end CompactFlash cards and embedded IDE disk-on-modules. In conjunction with Hyperstone's hyMap Flash translation layer (FTL) and hyReliabilityT firmware features, the F9 provides enhanced endurance and data retention management, as well as rigorous power fail-safe features.
Micron's new eU500 embedded Universal Serial Bus (eUSB) device has been integrated with Hyperstone's U9 - USB 3.1 flash memory controller and flash management technology. Both companies cooperated to bring a robust flash storage solution to market that is specifically tailored to satisfy highest quality, endurance and reliability requirements.
B&R has selected the Hyperstone S8 Flash Memory Controller for their recently announced X90 mobile automation product line. The X90 family of products are designed for securing mobile control and I/O tasks in demanding environments experienced by industrial and mobile machines.
Hyperstone has released its latest hyMap firmware supporting the U8 and U9 - industrial USB flash memory controllers. Both controllers target industrial applications such as removable USB flash drives (UFD) and embedded USB flash modules (eUSB). Key benefits of Hyperstone's hyMap flash translation layer (FTL) and hyReliabilityT firmware are enhanced endurance, improved data retention management and rigorous power fail-safe features.
Hyperstone introduces its USB 3.1 Flash memory controller, U9. U9 is targeting industrial applications such as removable USB Flash drives (UFD) and embedded USB Flash modules (eUSB). Together with Hyperstone's hyMap Flash Translation Layer (FTL) and hyReliabilityT firmware features, U9 provides enhanced endurance and data retention management, as well as rigorous power fail-safe features.
The S8 SD/MMC flash memory controller, launched by Hyperstone, is suited for applications such as SDHC, SDXC, SD (SecureDigital), smartSD, smart microSD, high speed and UHS-I memory cards as well as e•MMC MCP modules.