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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.

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Robust and reliable storage is non-negotiable when it comes to defense and military applications. Check out what Cervoz has to offer.
 

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  • 24-02-2021

    Success Story: Pipeline Robots

    Pipelines run through our cities mostly unseen. They run underground, through buildings, and in our ceilings to form a network that facilitates the flow of gases, liquids and other fluids.  Our customer, a leading company specializing in machine vision and image system integration, is involved in helping to develop pipeline robots. These small-sized robots are used for inspection, cleaning, maintenance and repair of pipelines, which would otherwise be inaccessible. The robots serve an important role in ensuring public safety by identifying any issues that need fixing before pipes burst. The tight area inside the pipes requires the robots be small and heat-resistant while performing complex functions. Our customer asked us for storage solutions that could meet these requirements. In a nutshell, the storage modules needed to process data quickly and reliably without taking up too much space or breaking down in extreme temperatures. In short, the Cervoz solution we provided to our customer had the following, three key attributes: Cervoz offers a range of industrial embedded modules with different form factors. We recommended the M.2 2242/2280 T405 PCIe Gen 3x4 embedded module for pipeline robots. The T405 PCIe Gen 3x4 is 4 times faster at data processing than the standard SATA module, making it ideal for multi-tasking applications. Catering to the needs of the pipeline robots, the form factor is compact and can be fitted with a heatsink for heat dissipation. The product comes in a wide temperature version that can operate normally from -40˚C to 85˚C. If needed, Cervoz can apply conformal coating to the product to protect it from moisture or other environmental factors it may be exposed to inside the pipelines.    Contact a Cervoz Sales Rep. to learn more!  

  • 17-02-2021

    Blog Post: IoT Security

    We are living in a “smart” age. Virtually everything we own is or can be a smart device, from a smartphone in our pockets to a smart TV on our walls and smart cars on the road. Put simply, smart devices, also known as IoT devices, are connected via networks such as Bluetooth or Wi-Fi and function in conjunction with each other to make life easier for users. At home, this IoT ecosystem enables residents to turn appliances on and off from the comfort of their beds; at work, it makes most operations more efficient and productive. The problem is that whenever things are connected to a network, the threat of hacking surfaces. Whether it is an unsecured device, a vulnerable network or advanced hacking, smart devices are susceptible to ways of hacking that their non-smart counterparts are not. In this smart age, how do we keep our devices and our data protected? We have compiled a list of tips from both our in-house experts and credible, online sources that work for both domestic and industrial IoT devices.  1.      Set strong passwords The cardinal rule of IoT security is to set strong passwords and frequently change them. Passwords are the locks to the front door of your devices, so they are the most basic line of protection when it comes to keeping devices safe.   2.      Update devices regularly When the front door is locked, hackers will look for other openings—“windows of opportunity”—into the device. Software updates are designed to identify any such loopholes and close them up. As such, it is important that your devices are set to regularly check for updates and to install them in a timely manner. 3.      Secure the network Network connectivity, the very thing that makes an IoT device useful, is what makes it susceptible to hacking. This is why securing the network connection is crucial in protecting IoT security. This step includes turning on encryptions, setting up firewalls and being aware of settings that may allow guests or outsiders to access the network. There are even discussions about segmenting networks, which has been suggested to be more appropriate for IIoT devices. 4.      Monitor closely for any irregular events ​Monitoring our devices can mean a number of things. For personal devices, this could be regularly running scans for virus or threats. For industrial machines and systems, there are teams dedicated to attempted attacks. Specific software exist for the purpose of monitoring and protecting industrial machines and systems. At Cervoz, for instance, we have developed an in-house software, the Cervoz FlashMonitor, to go with any of our SSD products so that our customers can detect whenever there are anomalies in data read and accessed.  5.      Maintain cyber literacy Keep updated on the cybersecurity threats out there. For companies especially, make sure that employees are educated on the different ways that hackers may try to gain access to sensitive company data.  

  • 09-02-2021

    Invitation: embedded world 2021 Digital

    Come Visit Cervoz at embedded world 2021 Digital Date: 1- 5 March 2021 Time: Available 24/7 throughout the week      

Technology

  • 3D NAND Flash

    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.