Manufacturer of flash memory solutions, Swissbit, will be exhibiting at this year’s embedded world, which will be held in Nuremberg, Germany, March 14th-16th 2017. In hall 1 on booth 1-534, Swissbit will present its extensive portfolio of memory devices and will be emphasising its consultancy and support expertise.
Swissbit will also be providing visitors with detailed information on current flash memory technologies and advising on the appropriate choice for particular applications. The highlights on the booth at embedded world are Swissbit’s pSLC technology SD memory cards and SSDs, as well as a 2.5” SATA SSD featuring power fail protection.
Swissbit has expanded its range of SD memory cards and SSDs featuring pSLC (pseudo single level cell) technology. The company’s everbit series S-46/S-46u SD memory cards, which are a valuable addition to the classic SLC and MLC solutions, enable Swissbit to offer optimised solutions for every application. These solutions include SD memory cards with integrated security functions (authentication, encryption and access protection via secure elements) that enable users to protect their IoT (Internet of Things) and sensitive applications.
Power fail protection
To ensure data security in the event of a sudden voltage drop, various levels of protective measures are integrated into flash memory devices. Swissbit’s 2.5” X-60P SSD now achieves an even higher level of power fail protection. This SSD allows back-up of volatile data in performance-enhancing DRAMs – thanks to intelligent circuit and energy storage technology.
In-depth discussions: Swissbit TechTalks
On March 15th, Swissbit’s TechTalk sessions will feature in-depth and technology focused presentations and discussions. Advance registration is required for these events.
Ulrich Brandt, Marketing Director at Swissbit, stressed the importance of exhibiting at embedded world: “Selecting the right flash memory solutions is a mission-critical decision when it comes to the integration of embedded systems. Availability, operating conditions, the nature and amount of reads and writes, economic considerations, as well as security requirements are all factors that come into play for industrial flash memory devices. As a leading manufacturer of these devices, we offer our customers a broad range of solutions – and thanks to our extensive experience in this domain we are able to support our customers in making right choices for their applications.”