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Innodisk’s New Peripheral Modules Expand Embedded System Functionality
Innodisk new line of peripheral modules for embedded systems offer signal conversion and expandability

Industrial and Embedded service provider Innodisk is introducing a new line of peripheral modules for embedded applications. Users will be able to interface to LAN, serial ports (USB/RS232-422-485/PCIe), storage devices and video displays easily through these space-efficient embedded peripheral boards.

"Based on our experience in industrial component design, we can provide professional industrial products which are more reliable," says Joey Hsu, Innodisk director of embedded peripherals division. "Besides a wide operating temperature range, vibration and dust resistance, we are proud of our longevity support."

Flexibility
Innodisk's line of embedded peripheral modules offer a full set of signal conversion and expansion options to embedded systems. Output signal functionality ranges from LAN, serial ports (USB/RS232-422-485/PCIe), and SATA interface cards, to display cards outputting analog VGA and digital signals(HDMI/TTL/LVDS). Converter and bridge modules increase interfacing options while riser and extender boards expand system connectivity.

Compatibility
Innodisk's embedded peripheral modules come in a variety of form factors including mPCIe, Standard PCIe, 2.5" SSD and next generation M.2 (NGFF). Connectivity is through common interfaces PCI-Express, USB, and SATA. The space saving designs and variety of connectivity options make these modules easily compatible with a range of embedded systems.

Service
Innodisk's reputation for industrial grade quality means buyers can be assured of reliability with a 3 year warranty. An in-house development team and factory allows for OEM/ODM quality service even at smaller scales. Innodisk's global presence means customers around the world enjoy local support.

Current Offerings
Innodisk Embedded Peripherals currently offers 17 products to convert PCIe, SATA, and USB to PCIe, USB, SATA, SD, PATA,. Form factors include mPCIe/mSATA, PCIe standard, M.2 (NGFF), 2.5" SSD, as well as DDR3 DIMM.

For more product information, please refer to www.innodisk.com.tw

Embedded peripherals are Innodisk next step in being a comprehensive industrial system service provider. With embedded peripheral modules, Innodisk is not only a storage provider but an embedded service provider.

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