Industrial M.2 solutions for AIoT applications

Industrial M.2 solutions for AIoT applications

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By Rich Pell

Industrial storage and memory products provider Cervoz has announced industrial-grade M.2 solutions for data storage and embedded expansions to meet the demand of AIoT applications. The company’s industrial-grade M.2 serial products include edge storage and embedded modular expansion solutions for AIoT applications, which require durability, reliability, versatility, and high performance without sacrificing the compactness.

The Industrial M.2 SSD solutions come with SATA III and PCIe interface and are available in 2242 and 2280 sizes. The space-saving M.2 SSDs with SATA III interface are ideal for space-limited device that requires durable and reliable performance. Meanwhile, M.2 SSDs with PCIe 3×4 interface are perfect for applications requiring constant data processing and heavy computing workloads with no system lags.

The company’s T405, T435 M.2 NVMe SSD family are compliant with PCIe Gen3x4 standards that allow five times faster sequential read-write speed than SATA lll. As a result, these product series can support edge AI computing and other computing applications requiring higher computing performance.

Available soon, the M.2 NVMe PCIe Gen. 4×4 SSD offers twice the bandwidth and data transfer rate with significantly lower power consumption than the comparable model. It is designed for next-gen data-intensive industrial applications that require instant transmission and process of high-quality data.

The company offers a wide range of M.2 modular expansion card solutions, including Ethernet, Serial, USB, and WiFi. The Cervoz M.2 cards are available in 2242, 2260, and 2280 form factors. While each product comes as an M.2 2280, it can be disassembled into M.2 2260 and further into M.2 2242.

This flexibility, says the company, allows easy integration and quick expansion of I/O port solutions for space-constrained devices such as compact embedded PCs and are the perfect fit for the next-gen AIoT applications. For further requirements besides M.2 expansion solutions, the company offers a wide range of modular expansion cards (MECs).


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