Micron Edge Storage Solutions: Intros New Industrial-Grade microSDs of Up to 256GB

👤by Michael Pabia Comments 📅01.11.2017 21:40:46


Micron introduces its full Edge Storage solutions targeting both commercial and enterprise users. This comprises of the new industrial-grade microSD products using Micron’s 3D NAND technology offering up to 256GB of ultra-high-density durable flash storage. Micron’s Edge Storage solutions offer a unique level of reliability for 24/7 video recording.

Micron Edge Storage


Micron’s edge storage solutions are designed specifically for emerging use cases in commercial and enterprise surveillance deployments that will not only deliver cost savings at the project level but will also ease surveillance system designs and speed deployments. This feature is enabled through a Micron industrial microSD memory card, which provides a smart, reliable and secure solution for IP cameras. Micron’s new Industrial microSD cards provide a unique level of intelligence, reliability, and security for locally storing large amounts of video at the network edge, giving system designers unprecedented freedom and flexibility in designing and cost-optimizing large distributed surveillance systems.

Key Features
- Storage densities of 32GB, 64GB, and forthcoming ultra-high-densities of 128GB and 256GB, which enable more video to be stored at the edge, giving system designers increased flexibility
- Over three years of high-quality, continuous, 24x7 video recording in a wide range of temperatures and environments
- Technology for the cards to self-monitor and provide information on card usage and expected useful life remaining for each card
- Special firmware designed for continuous video recording, which minimizes frame drops and video loss

Availability
The 32GB and 64GB versions of the Micron industrial microSD cards are available now. The 128GB and 256GB versions are scheduled to begin general sampling in early 2018 and volume shipments by the second quarter of 2018. Learn more about Micron's industrial microSD cards at http://micron.com/surveillance


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