Kingston will be having quite a number of demonstration in this year’s CES. The demonstration will be highlighting the capabilities of their family of solid-state drives and encrypted USB Flash drives. Other than that, there will also be demonstration on some of the upcoming additions in the consumer lifestyle space with mobile and embedded solutions.
What’s new from Kingston
Nucleum is a 7-in-1 Type-C media hub made for newer MacBooks which have a limited number of USB Type-C ports. Nucleum will join Bolt, the USB Flash drive that expands iPhone and iPad storage, as part of Kingston’s mobile lifestyle line. The Nucleum is expected to be available later this year in selective regions.
The multi-drive DCU1000 PCIe NVMe U.2 SSD is finally available after its first appearance in last year’s Computex. Kingston will be mounting the DCU1000 in a 10-bay 1U rack-mount server that shows the ability to scale and achieve ultra-high performance. According to Kingston, there will be a total of 40 physical SSDs are attached to the 10-bay demo.
There will also be demonstration on both the DCU1000 & DCP1000 NVMe. The demo includes showing playback, editing and color grading of 8K RED Raw and 4K 16-bit float EXR footage in real-time.
Other demonstration which will be presented at Kingston’s booth includes:
- The upcoming UV500 SATA SSD family (2.5″, M.2 and mSATA) featuring 3D NAND and TCG Opal enabled.
- The lower-cost, forthcoming A1000 M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD that shows consumers the benefits of PCIe performance over SATA.
- Various embedded memory solutions found in everyday consumer products.
- The full line of encrypted USB Flash drives from both Kingston and IronKey, whom Kingston acquired in 2016.