Non-volatile memory express (NVMe™) presents a streamlined protocol to deliver low latency operation and is being adopted by all the major server and storage vendors. It is replacing small computer system interface (SCSI) in modern solid state disk (SSD) resources. As a result of its adoption, NVMe-enabled SSDs are now eliminating the bottlenecks that were inherent in traditional storage implementations– leading to substantial improvements in the access speeds for a variety of applications spanning mobile platforms to enterprise data centers.
In the following article, critical questions concerning NVMe-enabled SSDs deployment and use at scale will be answered.
Cloud services are driving significant advancements in data center, networking and telecom equipment. The Internet of Things (IoT) already has more devices with Internet Protocol (IP) addresses connected to the cloud than there are humans beings on the planet. All of this growth greatly impacts the servers, storage, and networking switches that process an ever-increasing […]READ MORE
Murata announces the wire-wound common mode choke coil (CMCC) DLW32SH101XF2, ( https://www.murata.com/en-eu/products/productdetail?partno=DLW32SH101XF2%23) which is the world’s first CMCC to support the most challenging requirements of differential to common mode rejection (DCMR) Class 3. As a result, the new device fulfils the IEC62228-3 requirement for use in CAN FD, the flexible data rate version of CAN […]READ MORE
The new Raspberry Pi 4 is a microcomputer that promotes teaching of basic computer science in schools and in developing countries. It features Panasonic Industry Europe’s Polymer SP capacitor replacing the previously used MLCC’s (multi layer ceramic capacitor). Additionally the newly developed low-cost power supply of the Raspberry Pi 4 is equipped with Polymer OSCON […]READ MORE
Devices Withstand THB Testing of 85 °C, 85 % Relative Humidity for 1000 Hours at Rated Voltage to Ensure Longer Service Life in Harsh Environment ConditionsREAD MORE