Cervoz develops, produces and markets industrial storage and memory products for the professional, critical, and diverse industrial applications. Established in 2006, Cervoz specializes in embedded components for the demanding Industrial PC market and has built up our industry experience for over a decade. We deeply understand this industry, and thus are able to offer our high quality embedded products with legacy and mainstream technology, long-term availability, BOM (bill of material) control, high reliability and top compatibility.
Cervoz launches new, flexible MEC-LAN solution with isolation technology.
Making Memories for Industry
Cervoz is proud to launch four new MEC products in its Ethernet series. The new generation of MEC-LAN solutions has passed the 2.5KV surge test and comes in Mini PCIe and M.2 (B+M key) 2242/2260/2280 three-in-one form factors, giving customers more flexibility of fit. All four new MEC-LAN solutions employ industrial-grade components and original ICs from major brands, and are engineered with isolation design. Certified to withstand a 2.5KV electrical surge, the solutions guarantee protection for their component parts and endurance of smooth operations. The new M.2 (B+M key) 2242/2260/2280 form factor is a three-in-one card that is designed with flexibility in mind. The product comes in the M.2 2280 form factor but can be broken off to become a M.2 2260 or broken down further into a M.2 2242. The flexibility to shorten the MEC-LAN gives customers the option to order one product that works for multiple locations on an application device's motherboard and their respective space constraints. The new generation of MEC-LAN products promises flexibility and options as well as performance and reliability. Model No. MEC-LAN-M101i MEC-LAN-M102i MEC-LAN-2001i MEC-LAN-2002i Form Factor Mini PCIe M.2 (B+M Key) 2242/2260/2280 Interface 1 x RJ45 2 x RJ45 1 x RJ45 2 x RJ45 Operating Temperature -40°C ~ 85°C -40°C ~ 85°C -40°C ~ 85°C -40°C ~ 85°C Complies with EN61000-4-2 (ESD) Air-15kV, Contact-8kV Complies with EN61000-4-4(EFT) 2kV Complies with EN61000-4-5 2kV Surge protection MECFIX It is a unique mounting designed to allow versatile mounting options. Contact a Cervoz Sales Representative to learn more about flexible MEC-LAN solutions!
A lot of people around us are having babies right now, so this is a post for the parents. Whether you are a first-time parent or you already have some experience under the belt, raising a child is work. As the popular saying goes, it takes a village. And, in this day and age, the village may consist of smart devices as well. The original baby monitor, a radio system, allowed parents to monitor the crying of their baby from the next room or even downstairs. Nowadays, with WiFi-enabled devices, parents can monitor, both in an audio and visual capacity, their newborn wherever they are. As new parents fret over the baby’s every noise and movement, technology is becoming the much-needed babysitter to watch the baby when parents need a nap and sound off alarms when babies need tending to. Not only do modern baby monitors provide the audio and visual state of the baby, but some smart monitoring devices can also track the environmental conditions in the infant’s room. These conditions include in-room temperature, air quality and humidity. All this data can be useful when speaking to the baby’s doctor at routine checkup appointments. Monitoring is really only half of what the smart device ecosystem can do; the other half is actually taking care of the baby. Products like the smart cribs help with detecting when the baby is fussy and automatically rocking back and forth to soothe. Many of these devices incorporate AI and machine learning technology so they recognize distinct signs or patterns in the baby’s actions and respond accordingly. As we continue to make our homes smarter, parents, both current and expecting, can use smart devices to add one more layer of care for their babies.
The hotel industry has been undergoing a major transformation since the Covid-19 pandemic began. The key issue any hotel has been grappling with is how to maintain its traditional level of hospitality while limiting interactions between staff and guest for safety reasons. The solution that many executives and experts in the industry are touting is technology. With technology, so much of the hotel experience can become contactless but still luxurious and convenient. A minimal-contact hotel experience relies heavily on the use of robots and voice-command functions. The former are being deployed in everything from carrying bags to cleaning rooms. The latter are used by guests within their rooms for the ultimate experience in convenience. Both are rooted in a network foundation with robust processing power. The Cervoz bundle of solutions for the post-pandemic hotel includes our TLC SSDs, DDR4 DRAM, and MEC-WiFi. The T380 family of SSD is our go-to product for robust processing power and reliability. The SSD ranges from 64GB to 2TB in capacity, and is equipped with multiple Flash functions and features for protecting data integrity and the module's overall lifespan. To give the SSDs a boost, Cervoz offers the latest generation DDR4 DRAM for memory storage. Our DRAM products are tested to be compatible and reliable with multiple systems, so rest assured that they will work for your applications. Finally, to ensure a steady network connection linking all these robots and your staff's control devices together, use the Cervoz MEC-WiFi solution. The mini expansion card is great for guaranteeing stable connection in a short-distance connection, such as within the confines of a hotel building. Contact a Cervoz Sales Representative to learn more about hotel solutions!
3D NAND is the latest in flash memory technology that has significantly increased performance and capacity for each unit of cell. While 2D NAND builds a flat, one-story cell structure, 3D NAND takes advantage of the space above, building a vertical structure that can therefore accomplish more. With 3D NAND flash, the SSD performs faster and better while consuming less power and costing less per GB. 3D NAND is developed and designed to overcome the limitations of current planar technology, accomplishing the aforementioned advantages without sacrificing product reliability.