The iNAND industrial Embedded Flash Drives (EFDs) provide high endurance and reliability for industrial applications across a wide range of operational requirements that meet the needs of surveillance (drones and security camera systems), IoT gateways, transportation, industrial PCs, embedded PCs, automation and networking.
Reliable and removable edge storage. Designed and tested to withstand some of the harshest environmental conditions, our industrial and commercial microSD cards take full advantage of a powerful suite of features available in the industrial series of flash storage solutions.
Industrial and commercial SD cards deliver superior endurance, reliability, extended temperature range, and longevity for industrial applications across a wide range of applications, including transportation, factory automation, digital signage, printers, and transportation.
Based on Western Digital 96-layer 3D NAND technology, the Western Digital PC SA530 SATA SSD delivers leading- edge performance, high capacity, and enhanced endurance.
SSD CL SN720
With future-ready, design flexibility and a scalable NVMe™ architecture on 64- layer 3D NAND, the product is breaking through performance limits for commercial and industrial applications.
The Western Digital PC SN530 NVMe™ SSD is designed for a multitude of applications that require both high performance and low power. The device is not only capable of more than three times the read speed over SATA SSDs, but further optimizes the low power consumption level to a mere 5mW.
With future-ready, scalable NVMe architecture, the Western Digital PC SN520 NVMe SSD offers the solution to innovate and expand computing effectiveness, allowing greater design flexibility for ultra-thin notebook or tablet designs.
In 2039, Could Fully Autonomous and Connected Cars Exist?
Recently, I gave the opening remarks and sat in on a panel at A Data-Driven Future, an automotive industry event hosted by Western Digital and WIRED magazine. Our theme centered on a simple question: In 2039, what might the future of mobility and transportation look like?