SolutionsSolutions that span the industrial-embedded spectrum
Virtium provides industrial-grade solid state storage and memory solutions that meet the unique requirements of the industry segments listed below.
Data protection against unexpected power loss
Industrial temperature support (-40ºC to 85ºC)
Balanced sequential and random read/write
ESD, vibration and humidity resistance
Low power / long product life
Communications equipment continues to experience exponential increases in demand for data while simultaneously maintaining quality of service, reducing total power consumption, and increasing the return-on-investment on a bit-transfer basis. Implementations include: base stations, DSLAMs, PBX systems, multi-service gateways and remote access servers
Industrial Automation environments are diverse yet share common requirements – with regard to form-factor, legacy support and endurance. Implementations include: large production plants, industrial PCs, factory automation/robotics, kiosks, ATMs, terminals, process control units and data loggers.
Transportation (land, water, air and space) applications are inherently subjected to extreme temperatures, shock and vibration, and high humidity. Implementations include: simple data loggers, GPS / geo-location and navigation, rugged PCs, in-vehicle control, monitoring, diagnostics and a wide range of architectures and software.
Smart Cities is a fast growing frontier for Industrial IoT and embedded technologies – including: sensors, vision systems, self-service kiosks, and devices connected by mesh networks to data centers for analyzing data and adjusting to changing usage patterns. This segment requires compact form-factors with low power requirements and tolerance to extreme temperature, humidity, shock, vibration, etc. as well as resilience to unexpected power loss.
- Wide range of capacities
- Multiple interfaces and form factors
- Legacy support
- 99.9% uptime
- ROHS and REACH compliance
Networking applications represent the “last mile” of IT data/content. They continue to require quality of service/experience, a reduction in total power consumption and return-on-investment. Implementations include: switches and routers, supervisor and mezzanine cards firewall and VPN equipment and small cell networks.
The Energy segment is subjected to electro-static discharge (ESD), extreme temperatures and high humidity. Urban sprawl means more demands on energy grids so the backbone systems require efficient uninterrupted operation and high durability. Implementations include: substation control, monitoring/diagnostics, data loggers, smart grid controllers and distribution systems.
Medical applications are increasing in complexity and moving closer to the patient. This requires low-power, low-latency solutions at low costs. Implementations include: therapeutic devices, medical imaging, patient diagnostics, measurement and monitoring equipment.
Professional media companies range from high-performance HD video capture to broadcast video serving and digital signage applications. Some devices require heavy write performance (data capture) – others require high read performance (video serving). Implementations include: professional video capture/editing, broadcast, ad terminals, indoor/outdoor multimedia signage, casino gaming and surveillance/security.