Cervoz Technology Co., Ltd offers industrial M.2 solutions for data storage and embedded expansions to satisfy the demand of AIoT applications.
The M.2 data storage and expansion card is becoming more popular in motherboards and IoT-related devices where compact space is needed. This trend is moving faster than ever to satisfy the higher demands for faster processing in AIoT devices, which can be seen as more intelligent IoT devices. The company's industrial-grade M.2 serial products offer edge storage and embedded modular expansion solutions for AIoT applications needing durability, reliability, and versatility across multiple operational needs to satisfy the demands for compact devices with no sacrifice to performance.
Its M.2 SSDs solution comes with a SATA III and PCIe interface and is available in 2242 and 2280 sizes. The SATA III interface comes with space-saving M.2 form factor, excellent for space-limited devices, while PCIe 3x4 aims at high-end applications requiring constant heavy workloads with no system lags.
With future-ready, scalable NVMe architecture, the T405, T435 M.2 NVMe SSD family compliant with PCIe Gen3x4 standards supports edge computing and higher-performance computing applications. The sequential read/write speed is five times that of SATA III.
The company provides a wide range of M.2 modular expansion card solutions, including Ethernet, Serial, USB and Wifi. The M.2 cards are available in 2242, 2260 and 2280 form factors. While each product comes as an M.2 2280, it can be broken off into an M.2 2260 and further into an M.2 2242. The flexibility meets the constraints, enabling easy integration and quick expansion of I/O port solutions for space-constrained applications such as compact embedded PCs and are the ideal fit for the next generation of AIoT applications.