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Innodisk to Speak on Latest Industrial and Enterprise Flash Technologies at Flash Memory Summit 2014

July 30, 2014



TAIPEI, Taiwan, July 30, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Innodisk, the service-driven flash provider, is pleased to announce its full participation at Flash Memory Summit (FMS) 2014 from August 5-7 at Santa Clara Convention Center, in Santa Clara, CA. Along with event sponsorship, Innodisk will also be speaking on high IOPS flash implementation as well as presenting its latest industrial solutions and enterprise SSDs.

Innodisk invites all current and future customers and business partners to visit Booth #724-726 to view its latest products and learn more about Innodisk's service-based approach to flash storage solutions.



High IOPS Flash Implementation

Innodisk will present on high IOPS flash implementation in the enterprise sphere. Charles Tsai, Senior Director of Cloud Storage Technology Center, will present at Session 202-C on "High-Performance Flash Systems" to talk about the challenges Innodisk has faced and overcome while developing its FlexiArray high IOPS flash storage arrays. Through its expertise in flash and key technologies implemented through the I/O stack, Innodisk has been able to achieve high end flash performance and reliability without the price tag. Charles will explain the key concepts and architecture driving Innodisk FlexiRemap scalable high IOPS technology for flash arrays and SSDs.



Demonstrating the Future

At FMS '14, Innodisk will demonstrate next-generation systems leveraging key technologies to achieve enhanced reliability, performance and TCO. The new ServerDOM product will be demonstrated as a boot device. A new server side flash solution from Innodisk, ServerDOM is a small form factor OS storage device which can relieves storage ports on a rackmount server while speeding up boot times and increasing system reliability.



Innodisk will also demonstrate its other enterprise flash solutions , including the Flexiarray SE110 rackmount flash appliance with Quad-Port 10GbE SFP+ or Infiniband connectivity. Running in dual-port mode, the SE110 will show how high performance flash can relieve storage bottlenecks in 3D animation.

Next-generation small form factor storage will also be on display. Innodisk's new rugged M.2 SSDs will be shown featuring anti-vibration design and iCell - the proprietary data protection scheme which uses on-board capacitors to save data in the event of power loss. In addition, Innodisk's renowned small and reliable SATADOM Pin 7 technology will be showcased running on the new Intel NUC platform.



Following FMS 2014, Innodisk's next exhibition will be at Embedded System Conference 2014 in SÃo Paulo, Brazil, from August 26-27 at Booth #D39.



About Innodisk

Innodisk is a service driven provider of flash memory and DRAM products for the industrial and enterprise applications. With satisfied customers across the embedded, aerospace and defense, cloud storage markets and more, we have set ourselves apart with a commitment to dependable products and unparalleled service. This has resulted in products including embedded peripherals designed to supplement existing industrial solutions and high IOPS flash arrays for industrial and enterprise applications. The expanded business lines are leading our next step in being a comprehensive solution and service provider in industrial storage industry. Founded in 2005 and headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan with engineering support and sales teams in China, Europe, Japan, and the United States, Innodisk is able to support clients globally. With abundant experience and an unrivaled knowledge of the memory industry, Innodisk develops products with excellent quality, remarkable performan ce, great cost-efficiency, and the highest reliability. For more information about Innodisk, please visit http://www.innodisk.com

CONTACT: PR Account Manager Dan Zhang Email: dan@globalpr.com.tw



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