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On an average basis, IoT system integrators have to chip in an additional 80% of upfront costs for subsequent maintenance and management after having installed digital infrastructure. This significant sum is largely due to downtime and its derived costs. IoT devices can be managed and monitored remotely, but once they crash, the only option left is sending someone out to physically fix and recover the system, ultimately leading to higher maintenance costs and increased downtime.
Out-of-Band connection tackles this issue by adding a separate pathway to access the system. The InnoAGE SSD connects via standard in-band solutions, but also offers out-of-band connectivity through Ethernet or WiFi. This means that the SSD is fully able to run system recovery if the OS is inaccessible or the whole system crashes, offering a quick and simple way to get devices up and running without relying on physical access.
The InnoAGE SSD aims at the emerging smart markets within established fields such as medical facilities, factories, transportation, and surveillance. Randy Chien, the president of Innodisk states: “We are constantly looking for avenues to actualize AIoT, which is why we at Innodisk are working together with partners to realize AI at the edge. Microsoft is an important partner when we face down one of the greatest challenges of IoT implementation, namely efficient device management and cutting downtime.”
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