With the COVID-19 Pandemic engulfing the world, healthcare systems globally are being tested with possibly the biggest challenge they have witnessed in generations. Out of the chaos of the pandemic there have been pockets of hope in the fight against the coronavirus, among them the amazing potential of smart healthcare. However, the future of smart healthcare is only as good as the sum of its parts, and one part involves the need for high-capacity, efficient, stable, and durable storage solutions for applications such as big data analysis and medical equipment among others. ADATA, a leading memory provider, is well positioned to offer the healthcare industry with a wide range of storage products, including CF/CFast cards, SD/microSD cards, SSDs and DDR4 memory, to optimize technology for fighting COVID-19 and other infectious diseases.
Versatile, High-Capacity, and Durable Solutions for Smart Healthcare
Throughout human history, new technologies and innovations have influenced, and in many cases revolutionized, how we fight diseases. As we enter the second third decade of the 21st century, disciplines such as AI and IoT are redefining our healthcare systems via a wide range of applications including telemedicine, robotics, smart medical devices, electronic record management, and big data analysis to name a few. With the maturation and deployment of these new technologies and related hardware comes the need for high-capacity, reliable, and durable storage solutions to meet the needs of new emerging medical disciplines. ADATA offers a full lineup of storage products to meet the demands of various healthcare applications such as 2.5”/M.2 solid state drives for medical equipment and data centers, and mSATA solid state drives and SD/microSD cards for medical devices, sensors, and tablets.To ensure high durability and product longevity, all ADATA industrial-grad! e storage products undergo rigorous testing, including functionality testing and reliability assurance by ADATA’s proprietary SSD validation process. What’s more, ADATA 3D TLC storage products offer immense value and endurance with 3,000 Program-Erase (P/E) cycle ratings.
Fast Transmissions, Uninterrupted Communications
While smart healthcare covers many disciplines and technologies, one area that has garnered much attention during the COVID-19 Pandemic has been telemedicine. According to research firm Global Market Insight,the telemedicine market reached US$38.8 billion in 2019 and is forecasted to hit US$130.5 billion by 2025, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 19.2 percent. Among the driving forces behind this forecasted growth is the expanded accessibility of high-speed internet across rural areas. The importance of telemedicine has become even more apparent during the crisis with people following stay-at-home orders around the world. To ensure the optimal use of telemedicine, networks must rely on reliable and high-performance memory solutions. A well suited solution to ensure this is ADATA’s industrial-grade 32GB DDR4-3200 memory modules. In addition to featuring high-quality ICs, excellent performance, low latency, and power efficiency, the modulessport anti-sulf! uration technology to counter the harmful effects of silver sulfide buildup. These modules can also operate optimally in a wide range of temperatures, from -40°C to 85°C. The modules undergo sulfuration and reliability testing, which subjects their components to a high-sulfur, high-temperature, and high-humidity environment to ensure durability that will last. For smaller hardware and devices, such as network switches and IP cameras, ADATA offers industrial-grade M.2/mSATA SSDs, CF/CFast cards, and SD/microSD cards.
With the acceleration of 5G deployment and new IoT- and AI- related applications, including those within smart healthcare, ADATA is ready to leverage its expertise to serve customers with versatile, effective, and cost-effect solutions.