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October 6, 2015

Industrial Internet of Things gets SanDisk Flash boost

News: Industrial solutions capable of operating in extreme temperatures.

By Joao Lima

SanDisk has launched a series of flash storage solutions to answer the growing demand of smart industrial applications.

The need for more robust storage options in the industrial space has led the company to release the SanDisk Industrial suite of intelligent NAND flash solutions.

The firm said these industrial solutions offer better performance even in extreme temperatures, ranging from -40oC to 85oC.

The products are targeted mainly at factory applications and industrial computing, utilities, medical equipment, surveillance camera systems, digital signage, robotics, point-of-sale solutions, large-scale printing, and energy management.

The SanDisk Industrial portfolio includes industrial grade SanDisk SD cards, SanDisk microSD cards and iNAND embedded flash drives (EFD).

The company said the products range also includes the SanDisk Industrial XT iNAND EFDs and SD cards.

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