StorFly CE class products from Virtium are created for digital signage, automotive purposes and other applications. StorFly RE is ideal for higher dependability applications such as networking appliances or industrial computing. Because of its high endurance and -40° to +85°C operating temperature capabilities, StorFly XE is a perfect product alternative to SLC SSDs in industrial automation or central office switches.
Recently, the company announced the expansion of its StorFly solid-state storage product line. According to the company, the StorFly CE, RE and XE product classes are added to the company’s current line of StorFly PE embedded SATA SSDs.
The broadened Virtium StorFly SSD portfolio fulfills the requirements for improved endurance and extended operating temperature and is designed to cater to virtually any workload need of embedded systems. Ideal for digital signage to networking equipments that have strenuous needs for ten-year product installations in touch environments with 24/7 operation, the new StorFly product classes are enhanced for the data types and workloads of applications.
“Virtium architected its diverse StorFly SATA SSD portfolio to optimally address the broad range of embedded systems applications,” said Gary Drossel, vice president of product strategy at Virtium. “StorFly CE, RE, XE and PE SSDs allow embedded system OEMs to define the optimal trade-off of endurance, performance, capacity and operating temperature versus cost and longevity. With the StorFly portfolio, our goal is not to design SSDs for client or enterprise computing – we are specifically designing SSDs for embedded systems.”
In 2011, the company introduced its high speed PC3-12800 (DDR3-1600) 8GB VLP RDIMM industrial memory module. This producr was introduced with the help of 2Gbit monolithic components. The new DDR3-1600 RDIMM module fulfills the current demand for high speed memory in DDR3-1600 compatible systems and is designed for high performance bandwidth ATCA blade applications.