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All Team Group Industrial Products Pass Military-Grade Certification

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Leading memory provider TEAMGROUP today announced that all of its industrial storage products have passed military standards testing for shock and vibration resistance. The company's unique graphene-coated copper heatsink was also awarded a U.S. utility patent and is the world's first heat sink to be used for industrial SSDs. In response to the growing Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIoT) and edge computing trends, TEAMGROUP continues to improve the durability, reliability, and safety of its industrial products, striving to create innovative solutions in the field of industrial control.

TEAMGROUP's industrial product series, including industrial memory modules, SSDs and memory cards, have all been tested and certified to meet military shock (MIL-STD-202G and MIL-STD-883K) and vibration (MIL-STD-810G) standards. Whether focused on edge computing or 5G related applications, these products are guaranteed to handle high-speed data processing and computing for long periods of continuous operation. TEAMGROUP has once again proven the stability and durability of its industrial products, which meet the demanding needs for data security and industrial control in extreme conditions.



The company constantly develops innovative technologies that are integrated with products from different fields and possesses many proprietary technologies, among which have won recognition and attention from various sectors: its patented aluminium fin cooling technology (Taiwan Utility Model Patent M541645) and ultra-thin graphene cooling technology (Taiwan Invention Patent I703921; Chinese Utility Model Patent CN 211019739 U). The latter, which has already received several patents, has been awarded a new U.S. utility patent (US 11,051,392 B2) and will be used in future industrial wide temperature memory modules and industrial wide temperature PCIe and SATA SSDs to deliver higher performance and stability for its durability-focused industrial control products

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This is actually fairly impressive. Neat
 
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So now we can expect +$1000 on everything right?
 
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I appreciate their effort, but knowing how military contract works..... every time I hear the line ''pass military-grade certification'' value of the product goes way down in my mind.

Can't help, its like a reflex, or PTSD from using military equipment.
 
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It doesn't mean much. U.S. military still using "quality blind made products" from Skilcraft?
 
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I’ve heard that “military grade” really means “it functions and does the bare minimum to be usable in the military” so I’m not usually impressed when I hear it, but I know it works in marketing so there’s that.
 
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I’ve heard that “military grade” really means “it functions and does the bare minimum to be usable in the military” so I’m not usually impressed when I hear it, but I know it works in marketing so there’s that.
it means set the bar so the cheapest vendor can pass it
 
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It doesn't mean much. U.S. military still using "quality blind made products" from Skilcraft?

They make the worlds thinnest toilet paper... I swear if the military would get better more expensive toilet paper they would actually save money, because the crap they have no requires half a roll to be functional.
 
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Military grade devices normally have wider operating temperature too. Have I missed something.
 
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They make the worlds thinnest toilet paper... I swear if the military would get better more expensive toilet paper they would actually save money, because the crap they have no requires half a roll to be functional.
Just use water and a cup
 
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