New SSD is a quick way to adopt OOB technology for ESG compliance

22-02-2023 | Apacer | Semiconductors

Businesses, governments and other organisations worldwide are discovering the benefits of improving ESG compliance in 2023. And in line with this trend, Apacer is bringing customers a compelling new product worldwide. Its patented SV25T Transformed SSD series connects an M.2 2242 SSD to a rugged connector and a value-adding M.2 2238 PCB while remaining within the standard dimensions of an M.2. 2280 SSD. The latest update of Apacer's SV25T Transformed SSD series ships with Apacer's CoreSnapshot Backup and Recovery technology and puts a system disaster's saviour at a user's fingertips. However, alternate modules can cover scheduled power management or multiple data-erase technologies. It promises a quick and easy route to improve ESG compliance for many applications – there's no need to change boards or waste resources.

The Transformed SSD OOB Module offers users a separate channel or communication path to transmit data outside the main data channel. It can be used for various purposes, such as monitoring, troubleshooting, or emergency recovery. To provide a user-friendly experience, the company collaborated with Allxon to develop a customised All-In-One OOB portal. Organisations operating remote device management systems but don't already have OOB technology installed can add it simply by attaching a Transformed SSD OOB Module to their system. Not only is OOB auto pairing and registration to each onboard system is an absolute breeze, but with this, administrators can remotely monitor their network from anywhere. If a Blue Screen of Death occurs, they can trigger the OOB module via the management platform to cycle power. If required, they can also immediately use the CoreSnapshot technology to perform a system restore action in less than one second, restoring the system to standard operation, lowering possible losses caused by a system failure, and minimising the workforce and time costs of manual repair.

The company's new series has also passed the United States Department of Defense defence standard of MIL-STD-202G Method 213B and MIL-STD-810G Method 514.6. This product's compact design and simple installation procedure will also appeal to operations where space is premium. It offers the best data storage and system stability for factory automation applications (including fully unmanned factories), railway transportation, smart street lights and digital signage. Following the sustainable spirit of ESG as the core concept of product design, its Transformed SSDs supply higher product scalability and flexibility, meaning enterprises do not need to modify and re-validate all products, which can significantly save resources and reduce manpower.


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