How AI is reshaping the edge computing landscape
The goal of industrialization has always been to facilitate manufacturing and production. The latest fourth wave of industrial revolution revolves around data and using it to automate operations for productivity in factories.
Space is the biggest concern for any embedded computer. The computer needs to be small enough to fit inside its corresponding application device but not too small that it has to forgo important components and thus compromise performance potential.
Rugged & Defense
Robust storage is non-negotiable for rugged and military applications. These applications, often used in remote and rugged places for mission-critical operations, need to be reliable and durable against the strains of the environment.
The transportation system is a comprehensive one that encompasses the operating vehicles and the components of the transport networks such as stations and command centers. Land vehicles that typically require industrial-grade storage solutions are trucks, buses, trains and heavy-duty tractors, all of which routinely perform work that put immense strain on the machinery.
Retail, Service & Entertainment
The retail and service industry has transformed with advancements in technology. Everything from the cash register to self-order kiosks has a computer inside that processes payments and orders. For businesses, data protection is a key priority, thus requiring applications that are well-protected against data loss and hacking.
Technology is a staple of modern-day health care. Patient charts and information have been digitized; routine surgeries have been robotized. When health care depends so much on computers, how these machines operate is a matter of life and death. In healthcare, doctor-patient confidentiality requires strict data privacy without any data leaks.
Server & Cloud Computing
Servers are the backbone of computing. These machines, whether physical or virtual, facilitate the smooth running of a computer program or process by sharing data. Their importance to the function of all computing applications is undeniable.
3D NAND Flash
3D NAND is a type of non-volatile flash memory in which the memory cells are stacked vertically in multiple layers.
Power Loss Protection (PLP)
Flash Module with DRAM Buffer
A DRAM chip in a flash module functions the way a cache does in a hard disk.
Advanced LDPC ECC Engine
Advanced LDPC ECC engine is an error-correcting mechanism.
Dynamic Thermal Throttling
This mechanism is to prevent SSD from overheating.
End-to-End Data Protection
An effective methodology to ensure data integrity.
Cervoz's Military Grade SSD is designed to protect the most sensitive data in extreme environmental conditions.
Cervoz FlashMonitor is a proprietary monitoring software developed in-house to monitor flash disk health.
The Reliability-Optimized MLC (RO-MLC) technology uses MLC NAND but with a special firmware that manipulates cell storage at the block level simulating SLC technology.
Cervoz's Wide Temperature flash and memory modules are designed for extreme environments, capable of withstanding temperatures from -40˚C to 85˚C.
Conformal coating is a thin protective film applied to products to protect against moisture, dust, chemicals, and sunlight.
The anti-vibration fill is a filling that can keep Flash and DRAM modules intact and help protect them from shock and vibration.
Write protection is used to denote the locking mechanism which prevents modification or deletion of data on a storage device.
The data is permanently destroyed and unrecoverable.
AES 256-bit Encryption
AES 256-bit encryption refers to the process of concealing plaintext data using the AES algorithm and an AES key length of 256 bits.
Small Form Factors
Cervoz designed flash, DRAM modules, and modular expansion cards of small form factors to fit in the compact, limited space of the system.
MECFIX (Versatile Mounting)
Versatile Mounting Mechanism for Mini PCIe Expansion card.