October 31, 2013

Kingmax offers specifically to the industrial PC sector

KINGMAX, a vertically integrated RAM/memory card module manufacturer, is happy to announce that it has developed a complete range of storage products catering specifically to the industrial PC sector. While the IPC and industrial control market is poised to grow further on the back of ever-expanding applications, KINGMAX will keep up its innovative R&D to meet the rapidly growing demand. Leveraging more than 20 years of R&D and manufacturing expertise, KINGMAX now stands out as a premium one-stop supplier of industrial-grade FLASH storage products: SSDs, eMMC/eMCP/eSSDs, SD/CF cards and DRAMs. They not only come with state-of-the-art specifications but also have undergone the most stringent performance tests and safety verification.

“Our decision in early 2012 to start focusing on making embedded storage products for the industrial market is now paying off,” KINGMAX CEO Joe Liu said. “Given higher barriers to entry, solutions meant for IPC, digital signage, POS, kiosk and other applications also bring higher profit margins.” Reliability and stability top the essential features required of seemingly divergent but equally demanding IPC settings. KINGMAX makes an utterly reliable supplier as it commands vertical integration across the board—from product design to production. Moreover, this self-sufficiency accords KINGMAX the capability to provide customers with whatever tailor-made solutions they may want. A market veteran keenly aware of customer needs, KINGMAX is always meticulously exact about different product requirements for different industrial environments. For instance, its products are designed to work in operation temperatures ranging from -55°C to 85°C, depending on the environment or application they are assigned to.

“Industrial customers stand to benefit from our thorough competence as a storage solution provider,” Liu said. “They are set to be rewarded with products that become available in shorter lead time while featuring higher reliability and lower costs.”


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