The SD Association has been at the forefront of the evolution of card technology for more than 20 years, and the new SD Express standard is no exception. It's a significant step forward that will enable us to keep up with the demands of today's evolving technology.
With NVMe and PCIe, non-volatile memory interfaces have replaced ATA and SCSI standards. They are faster, more efficient, and allow data to be stored in solid-state drives (SSDs) instead of spinning hard disks.
PCI Express has ...
Data centers are a vital part of the IT infrastructure for many companies today, but they also require high-performance storage solutions that can scale to meet their needs as their business data grows.
For many years, M.2 and 2.5 inch SSD form factors have been used as standard interfaces for solid-state drives (SSDs). However, these two form factors are not ideal for all applications.
In addition, there is an increasing demand for higher capacity, thermal solution, hot-plug support, low...
The automotive industry is going through a revolutionary stage from the driver to the driverless vehicle, generating a whole new world of safety, connectivity, and entertainment applications.
While the cloud is an essential component for analyzing data to improve algorithms and databases, it is not sufficient to meet real-time edge computing needs.
Automated driving, telematics, and infotainment systems require a storage medium that is both reliable and cost-effective for automotive appli...
DRAM modules are clusters of Dynamic Random Access Memory chips that are assembled on circuit boards. These are widely used as the main memory of a computer. Every single DRAM memory cell consists of a capacitor and a transistor inside an integrated circuit, and the capacitor stores a data bit.
Transistors tend to leak a little bit, which is why the capacitors are designed to slowly discharge, draining the information inside. As a result, DRAM needs to be given a new electronic charge or wha...
Most modes of transportation including aircrafts, trains, and motor vehicles use industrial flash storage solutions for transportation. Because of the differing nature of these transportation methods, technology is built to address special concerns and perform specific roles.
However, most of these transportation technology systems need to reliably store system performance, navigational, and operational data. The strong reliability of Accelerated Memory Production, Inc.’s flash storage solut...
Upcoming E1. S and E1. L SSD are based on the Enterprise and Data Center Form Factor, EDSFF can support PCIe x4, x8, x16 lanes and up to 112Gbps signaling and it is built to allow scalability, serviceability and system flexibility. Drive up to 4TB is ready for evaluation and larger capacity E1. L up to 30TB is expected in 2022.
Increased operational efficiency by reducing footprint and offering higher capacity
Optimized for 1U server
Various Height options to work ...
There is a reason why durable solid state drives (SSDs) have become so popular across a wide range of applications and industries. They are faster and more compact than traditional hard disk drives (HDDs), immune to magnetic fields, have no moving parts, and can endure more vibration and shocks than standard magnetic platter disks. And the best part is, SSDs are becoming available in larger and larger capacities while also becoming more affordable.
Types of Durable Solid State Drives
We are witnessing an increasingly digital world where demand is growing for high-capacity storage and memory solutions. For mission-critical applications like those in the surveillance, defense, and aerospace industries, these solutions must provide solid data integrity, reliability, performance, and security.
DRAM and solid state drive manufacturer, Accelerated Memory Production Inc. offers a wide range of products that meet these challenging requirements, and provide secure and stable stor...
What’s The Difference Between DDR4 vs. DDR5
The DDR5 SDRAM standard, officially announced in July of 2020, brings a number of big upgrades over DDR4 memory in terms of efficiency and performance. But it also poses some new design challenges for motherboard manufacturers and semiconductor chip-makers. In this post, we will discuss what DDR5 RAM is all about and how it is different from DDR4.
DDR4 vs. DDR5
DDR5 is the next generation of SDRAM and it is an upgrade over the good old DDR4 standard. ...
9 Industries That Need Micro SD Cards
Since their invention in 1980, memory cards or Secure Digital (SD) have remained among the most inexpensive, reliable, and successful storage solutions available in the world. Today, they are commonly used to store text, audio, videos, and pictures in a variety of portable devices like smartphones and cameras.
Since consumer micro SD cards cost less and have become a huge part of several everyday applications, they are also frequently used for industrial pu...