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Exascend, Inc. recently unveiled additions to its PCIe 3.0 PE3 and PI3 series in the form of industrial- and enterprise-grade, wide-temperature PCIe NVMe U.2 SSDs in 16 TB or 15,360 GB capacity. U.2 SSDs provide overall improvements over M.2 SSDs in latency, thermal performance, power consumption, and capacity to form factor ratio, making them suitable for deployment in enterprise data centers migrating to high-performing SSD use from traditional HDDs.
Exascend has expanded its flagship Industrial-grade PCIe Gen4 PI4 series with 8 TB M.2 SSDs, up from 4 TB previously. With a two-fold increase in storage capacity, the PI4 series now makes it possible to handle incredible rates of data generation with only a single M.2 SSD, supercharging automotive, data logging, mission-critical and rugged edge applications with its extreme capacity and industrial-grade DNA.
In 2022, Exascend’s Industrial-grade PCIe E1.S SSD was the embedded world winner of the Most Innovative Industrial Storage Products. At embedded world 2023, located in hall 1 booth 420, Exascend will belaunching its extremely high-storage-density M.2 and U.2 SSDs. Products highlighted in Exascend’s booth will feature next-level sustainable performance, high reliability, low power, and impenetrable security.
I say it often, "It’s just storage, what could be new or exciting about it?" And each time I express that opinion to one of the memory experts, I get an earful of what’s new and different.
Storage solutions for enterprise and industrial applications bring varying features to their respective industries. But what if there was one storage solution that encompassed both the advanced performance associated with enterprise storage and the high reliability provided by industrial storage? Well, there is.
Winners have been chosen based on a 15-point rubric that considers solutions’ Design Excellence (5 points), Relative Performance (5 points), and Market Impact/Disruption (5 points).