M.2 Form Factor Expands For IIoT Deployment

According to Innodisk, the M.2 form factor is instrumental for the next generation IoT applications as more and more platforms are adopting it as their main port. Getting on top of this trend, Innodisk offers comprehensive M.2 solutions for embedded expansions, including LAN, Display, Serial, PoE, RAID, Disk Array, and SATA interface. The Industrial grade expansion cards are thoroughly tested and certified to withstand extreme thermal, electrical and mechanical stress, resistant to shock and vibration and all support a temperature range from −40°C to +85°C.

 

Embedded systems do not always fit the common standards and as such require a unique approach. Innodisk is aiming at the industrial embedded sector with solutions that enable quick expansion on already existing platforms. For space-constrained applications such as small PCs and fan-less systems, this complete M.2 series includes 2242, 2260, and 2280 form factors that support both B and M key configurations, thus ensuring compatibility with the newest platforms on the market. For more information, visit Innodisk.

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