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Release date- 01082014 - Traditional PC providers are targeting the upcoming vast wave of replacement of enterprises' equipment caused by termination of Window XP system update service.
Besides, a new generation of Internet of Things, cloud-based services and Smart Automation are booming and growing. These have created a great demand for terminal devices, along with the ever-increasing applications. Given the trend of compactness, it is very important that memory module features both simplicity and flexibility, as the storage devices designed for more and more system service resources and for the purpose of thinner hardware appearance.
With respect to the two SSD options, M.2 NGFF modular SSD is the next-generation SSD interface standard that
In addition, as the Combo SDIMM memory module adopts standard DDR3 interface and standard 240-pin design, it is ready-to-use once external SATA signal cable is connected, without replacing the motherboard. What's more, it takes advantage of the VLP DIMM short circuit PCB design (0.738 inch in height) of DRAM module DIMM to increase the board height.It also provides M.2 or CFast slot, without connecting any external SSD power,which will reduce the power connection. The product features superior physical properties such as shock resistance, low noise and low power consumption that greatly enhance product reliability, and it is applicable to various embedded devices.
With more than ten years of experiences in the SSD market,
This Combo SDIMM product is now available to all customers for evaluations and testing now. For more details, please feel free to contact local
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