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  • Last update: Friday 8 November 2013 [9 news items]

InnoDisk to ramp up flash storage device capacity by 50% in 2014

Nov 8, 14:45

Memory storage device maker InnoDisk plans to ramp up its production capacity by 50% to 700,000-800,000 units a month by the end of March 2014, with the increased capacity targeting...

InnoDisk, Aptos team up for industrial embedded use SSDs

May 31, 14:55

InnoDisk, which specializes in flash storage devices for industrial applications and embedded systems, has teamed up with backend service provider Aptos Technology to develop a new...

Computex 2013: Memory module firms to showcase new SSDs

May 24, 14:50

Taiwan-based memory module makers including Adada Technology, Transcend Information and InnoDisk all plan to showcase their latest SSD solutions for business or industrial applications...

InnoDisk plans Taiwan OTC listing by end of 2013

Jan 3, 14:08

Taiwan-based InnoDisk, which develops and manufactures flash storage devices for industrial applications and embedded systems, plans to list on the local over-the-counter (OTC) market...

Toshiba, Kingston place SSD controller orders with Taiwan makers

Nov 2, 16:18

Toshiba has placed controller orders for industrial solid-state drives (SSD) targeting the entry-level market segment with Phison Electronics and InnoDisk, according to industry so...

InnoDisk, Memoright gearing up for niche-market MLC SSDs

Oct 4, 11:14

InnoDisk and Memoright have recently rolled out their new MLC-based SSDs targeted specifically at niche market segments such as industrial, military and aerospace applications, which...

InnoDisk mulls acquisition of server memory specialist

Apr 21, 14:45

Taiwan-based InnoDisk, which develops and manufactures flash storage devices for industrial applications and embedded systems, is mulling plans to buy US-based Actica for up to NT$500...

SSD supplier InnoDisk gains order for POS computers

Nov 30, 01:30

Taiwan-based InnoDisk, which in-house develops and produces flash storage devices for industrial applications and embedded systems, has cut into the supply chain of Toshiba's POS...

InnoDisk intros 2TB PCIe SSD

Dec 23, 14:09

Taiwan-based InnoDisk, which in-house develops and produces flash storage devices for industrial applications and embedded systems, has launched a PCI Express-based solid state drive...

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