Innodisk Inaugurates Phase II of R&D and Production Center to Expand Edge AI Solutions Capacity

by | Jul 9, 2024

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Innodisk has officially inaugurated Phase II of its R&D and production center in Yilan, Taiwan. In response to the massive market demand driven by the edge AI wave, Innodisk has transformed the manufacturing plant into the group’s AI core base.

With the increased production capacity, Innodisk is ready to collaborate with global clients to deploy edge AI solutions. At the same time, Innodisk is also inviting global tech talent to join its teams around the world.

Gearing Up Production to Drive AI Business Growth

The year 2024 marks a period of innovative energy for Innodisk, with the simultaneous launch of new products and technologies. The latest manufacturing plant will begin production on various edge AI products, focusing on three core technologies: “AI Acceleration,” “Vision-Driven,” and “Custom Integration.”

For “AI Acceleration,” Innodisk’s subsidiary Aetina recently launched the NVIDIA MGX Server, the group’s first edge AI server. Innodisk also introduced industrial-grade CXL 2.0 memory and E1.S/E3.S edge server SSDs for AI and high-speed edge computing. “Vision-Driven” showcases Innodisk’s innovative development in edge AI machine vision, including the pioneering MIPI over Type-C extension patent technology for embedded cameras. “Custom Integration” embodies the group’s core spirit of small-volume, diverse, and highly customized solutions. With the accelerated development of global edge AI and the increased production capacity of the manufacturing plant, Innodisk expects to speed up the realization of innovative technologies and enable the effective deployment of products and AI solutions in practical scenarios.

Demonstrating Edge AI Solutions in Practice

While promoting smart transformation for clients, Innodisk is also implementing these practices by transforming its production center into a model for smart manufacturing and management. Collaborating with Aetina, NVIDIA, and through the Metropolis for Factories framework, Innodisk developed an AOI AI secondary inspection solution for smart manufacturing to enhance production line efficiency.

Additionally, Innodisk’s subsidiary Millitronic, in collaboration with Schneider Electric and ASPEED Technology, developed a panoramic smart visualization remote management solution for the plant’s data center.

This solution transforms traditional on-site inspections into real-time remote management, displaying data and enabling remote monitoring. Furthermore, the iCAP Air solution, announced this year, will connect multiple sensors to measure temperature, CO2, and other air indicators, providing real-time alerts for abnormal values and facilitating prompt facility management. This comprehensive application will ensure employee health and product quality.

Creating a Base for Training AI Talent

With the inauguration of the Phase II manufacturing plant, Innodisk is focusing on recruiting AI-related talent. The company, which has locations in the USA, Europe, Japan, China, and more, invites global tech professionals to join its team. This expansion supports Innodisk’s goal of promoting innovation and advancing edge AI solutions worldwide.

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