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Memoright to showcase ruggedized SSD solutions at ESC Silicon Valley

Press release [Monday 2 May 2011]

Memoright, a leading provider of integrated solid state drive (SSD) products, will showcase its ruggedized, extended temperature SSD solutions as well as a wide range of SSDs for industrial PCs, business servers and storage systems at ESC Silicon Valley to be held in McEnery Convention Center in San Jose from May 3-5 at Booth 719.

Memoright will present its GTR, GTR II and GTR-P series of military and industrial ruggedized SSDs at the upcoming trade shows in Silicon Valley. The products meet both the US MIL-STD-810F/G and China GJB standards, which cover a broad range of environmental tests such as low pressure for altitude testing, exposure to wide temperature (both operating and in storage), humidity, fungus, salt fog (as a corrosion test), shock, vibration and so on.

With proprietary core technologies, Memoright is capable of providing efficient and customized solutions for a wide variety of applications. The company offers qualified SSDs for the military purpose. In addition, products for industrial control IPC solutions support 2.5-, 1.8- and 1.2-inch form factors, and Disk on Module, SD and CF formats, as well as transmission interfaces of PATA/IDE, SATA, mSATA, and PCIE.

Also during the exhibitions, Memoright will highlight its latest enterprise SSDs, the FTM/STM series, and an IPC solution that delivers an outstanding balance of system performance and solid reliability.

Memoright's ruggedized SSD solutions have made inroads into the specialized application segment in an array of industries including military, industrial control system, aviation, business server and storage system with major clients spreading across North America, Europe and Asia Pacific. Optimizing its in-house developed SSD controller chips and integrated firmware development capability, Memoright offers customized services that meet the stringent demand for the establishment of reliable and efficient systems.


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