Friday, March 9th 2012

InnoDisk SATADOM Qualified by Intel for the New Romley Server Boards

InnoDisk Corporation, a leader in industrial DRAM and Flash storage solutions, announces that its SATADOM storage device has been qualified by Intel for the new Romley Server Boards. InnoDisk SATADOM has been selected as the preferred boot device on the SATA port.

SATADOM has five times the performance of normal USB drive (135 MB/sec and 116 MB/sec Read/Write versus 25 MB/sec and 20 MB/sec for USB). SATADOM's low profile form-factor makes it ideal for 1U and blade server applications. InnoDisk SATADOM, designed with SLC NAND Flash, delivers the highest endurance for performance demanding and mission critical applications.

Innovative Solutions for Performance

InnoDisk SATADOM offers both Standard Grade (0 degree C~+70 degree C) and Industrial Grade (-40 degree C~+85 degree C), SMART function to monitor product life-cycle, and power pin 7 design. SATADOM is currently the smallest Flash storage device with 64 GB (SLC) capacity. It features a cable-less (power pin 7) design, low power consumption and small form-factor for low-profile (1U blade server) applications. In addition, users will also have the benefits of customized firmware, controller and fixed BOM, making SATADOM the best substitute industrial storage solution for HDD, SSD, and USB.

InnoDisk SATADOM is more reliable and durable than traditional HDD and USB, and it uses 80% less power than HDD. SATADOM's unique designs and Plug & Play feature make it the most powerful boot device & energy-efficient storage solution for 1U server applications.

Why InnoDisk?

InnoDisk has demonstrated its strong capabilities in product design by better performance and higher quality innovative customizable solutions. This is one of the major factors why Intel works with InnoDisk as the preferred storage solution provider. InnoDisk will continue to cooperate with Intel to make innovative products while providing outstanding customer service.
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2 Comments on InnoDisk SATADOM Qualified by Intel for the New Romley Server Boards

esata thumb drives would be nice.
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jsfitz54 said:
esata thumb drives would be nice.
They do, well at least I know of one model in two sizes: Team X092 is an eSATA / USB 2.0 thumb drive.

There's a company called Kanguru Solutions that makes the Kanguru e-Flash that also makes an eSATA / USB 2.0 drive.
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