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Last 83.30 TWD
Change Today -3.20 / -3.70%
Volume 588.3K
5289 On Other Exchanges
Symbol
Exchange
Taiwan
As of 2:32 AM 08/3/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).

innodisk corp (5289) Snapshot

Open
88.00
Previous Close
86.50
Day High
88.00
Day Low
83.30
52 Week High
04/21/15 - 134.00
52 Week Low
10/16/14 - 76.00
Market Cap
4.9B
Average Volume 10 Days
745.6K
EPS TTM
8.57
Shares Outstanding
59.2M
EX-Date
08/18/15
P/E TM
9.7x
Dividend
4.50
Dividend Yield
3.56%
Current Stock Chart for INNODISK CORP (5289)

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innodisk corp (5289) Details

Innodisk Corporation provides industrial embedded flash and DRAM storage products and technologies in Taiwan. The company provides flash storage products, including SSDs for industrial/embedded, enterprise server, aerospace, defense, and other semi-industrial applications; serial ATA disk on modules; SATA Slim for portable/hand-held devices, thin clients, and industrial applications; CF-SATA and CFast; mSATA that is used in laptops, netbooks, and mobile devices; Mini PCIeDOM; industrial CompactFlash cards for mobile computing and the industrial workplace applications; embedded disk cards; SD and microSD cards for rugged applications; USB/USB EDC products; and nanoSSDs for miniaturization applications. It also offers embedded DRAM modules for IPC and PC embedded systems; server DRAM modules for multiplex and server level applications; wide temperature DRAM modules for industrial systems; and special customized DRAM modules, as well as embedded peripherals. The company was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in New Taipei City, Taiwan.

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innodisk corp (5289) Key Developments

Innodisk Unveils 16GB DDR3 Memory for Atom Servers

Innodisk announced high capacity 16GB DDR3 Memory modules for Intel Atom Avoton and Rangeley based servers with speeds up to 1600MHz, making Innodisk the first on the market with a 16GB DDR3 ECC UDIMM module capable of 1600MHz. Available in UDIMM, SODIMM and ECC UDIMM. These high capacity, high speed memory modules let users easily maximize memory capacity and performance for servers based on the Atom C2000 Processor family. This means faster speeds and better performance for networking systems, telecommunication infrastructure and more. Innodisk's 16GB modules allow easy maximization of Atom memory performance Atom Servers feature high performance in a small package, but small form factor embedded motherboards and memory controller limitations mean a limited number of slots for DRAM. High capacity DRAM modules allow users of Atom Servers to easily maximize their server memory even with these limitations. With memory often being the performance bottleneck for many server applications such as networking, increasing DRAM is often the most effective and economical way to improve server performance.

Innodisk Corporation, Annual General Meeting, Jun 09, 2015

Innodisk Corporation, Annual General Meeting, Jun 09, 2015.

Innodisk Unveils DDR4 Memory for Industrial Applications on Upcoming Skylake Platform

Innodisk Corporation is introducing DDR4 memory modules designed for industrial applications on Intel's upcoming Skylake platform. The new unbuffered long DIMM and compact SO-DIMM memory offerings will feature significantly lower power consumption and higher performance than comparable DDR3 modules and will have ECC error correction available for industrial and embedded applications. An extra thick 30u gold connector, on-board thermal sensors and conformal coatings make these JEDEC-compliant DDR4 modules especially suited for the next generation of industrial systems. Operating at 2,133Mhz, Innodisks's DDR4 memory offers up to 30% better performance with 20% lower power consumption compared to current mainstream DDR3 SDRAM. With Intel Skylake projected to be the embedded platform of choice by the middle of 2015, Innodiskâ s DDR4 memory modules will enable the next generation of embedded performance. Especially suited for fanless computers, on-board thermal sensors alert the system to temperature changes. This allows the monitoring of individual memory module temperatures to throttle performance and prevent overheating. Innodisk's proprietary 30u Golden Finger connector interface is 10 times thicker than the JEDEC standard of 3u and ensures a reliable memory interface in industrial usage.

 

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