Wednesday, May 30th 2012

Team Group Launches Industrial Memory Modules

The largest professional computer show in Asia, the COMPUTEX TAIPEI, is coming on June 5. Team Group Inc., one of the leading memory manufacturers in the world, is ready to reveal its latest industrial memory modules to professional buyers around the world, including industrial-standard and server-grade memory modules, embedded industrial flash memories, and so on. The emphasis on customization, product performance and after-sale service quality are the live demonstration of how Team Group is determined for the industrial grade/SI market.

Team Group’s industrial memory modules come with Standard series, Green series and Wide temperature series. The modules are produced with chips from original manufacturers and go through multiple meticulous and sophisticated verification analyses and hi-low temperature tests. The Wide temperature series is capable of working at the temperature ranging from -40℃ to 95℃, and provides stable operation performance even in conditions as punishing as at a desert or in arctic environment. The Green series works only with minimal voltage as low as 1.35V. You cannot be any greener than that. The newly developed high frequency and large volume memory modules complete the full product series for various demands in medial equipment, surveillance systems and industrial computers.

The server grade memory modules consist of Registered DIMM, ECC U-DIMM and VLP ECC U-DIMM. Products are manufactured according to JEDEC standards, and carry DDR3 1333 CL9 and gold-plated 30u” PCBs, which give the series the optimized performance and more stable signals. The entire series are widely used in data, mail and cloud servers. The high clocking rate and large volume design doubles the data processing speed and allows more stable operations. Taking care of both quality and performance provides a great improvement of efficiency.

Embedded industrial NAND Flash memory modules feature high-speed transmission, long service life and highly secure data protection
Team Group launches the brand new industrial grade NAND Flash memory cards iCF, CFast and iSD. Featuring excellent transmission speed, these modules are completely compatible to IPC and other embedded platforms. Multiple transmission modes and functions are provided. These modules are the guarantee for good endurance and reliability for key applications for control and operations, such as industrial PCs, medical equipment, military equipment and point-of-sale (POS) systems. In addition, the SLC memory chips from major manufacturers are introduced to give the modules their long service life and great stability. The low power consumption, data error detection and correction and the continuous read/write speed up to 45/40MB/sec in average make them the perfect components for industrial users.

The embedded NAND flash memory SSD of Team Group is made of chips from major manufacturers. Featuring SATA/PATA/mSATA/ZIF storage interfaces, the SSD is available in multiple volume sections and customization service. Equipped with Wear-Leveling and ECC 16bits/528bytes detection capability, the product provides supports for S.M.A.R.T, and the leading technology of bad block management allows more stable reading and writing performance. With no drop bellow 20% even long period of time in use. Also, the product supports proprietary data security core technologies such as power failure protection, quick erase, self destroy and data restore management. This is a complete solution integrated with embedded computer platform and storage device perfect for military, telecommunication, transportation, automation, medical practice and many more professional fields.

Expo Time and Venue
  • Dates: 6/5(Tue.)~6/9(Sat.)
  • Venue: Taipei World Trade Center Nangang Exhibition Hall
  • No.1, Jingmao 2nd Rd., Nangang District, Taipei City 11568, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
    Area:Area I, Components & Parts Area
  • Booth No.: I 0818
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