The Flexxon products distributed by Nexus will include solid-state drives (SSDs), cards, modules, standard form factor industrial removable memory devices and ICs.
This appointment will give engineers in Europe easy access to Flexxon’s data storage solutions. All of these solutions are designed for use in demanding applications. Engineers will also get support from Nexus’ sales engineering team.
Sky Chia, Flexxon’s Sales Director, comments: “Nexus has over thirty years of experience in sectors we’re serving with our products. We are both committed to helping our customers make their data more reliable and secure, in harsh environment applications and in a world in which cyber-attacks are on the increase.”
Nexus is known for its custom removable memory devices, which are inherently secure through their form factor. The devices also come with crypto-authentication technology and are ruggedized for use in harsh environments. Nexus will now be able to provide engineers with non-removable solutions as well, for embedding as chips, modules, cards or SSDs.
Flexxon’s products include industrial-grade SATA II and III, PATA and PCIe NVMe SSDs, eMMC and SLC chips/ICs, disk on modules (DOMs, for example USB or SATA II), and standard form factor removable memory devices, such as USB, SD and micro-SD.
Chia continues: “Nexus engages with engineers through advice-rich articles and informative case studies, and through speaking at industry events. The company genuinely wants to help engineers, a commitment we have in common.”
Michael Barrett, Nexus’ Managing Director, adds: “We’ve been aware of Flexxon’s high-quality products for several years and have long-recognised how well they would fit alongside ATEK’s Datakey products.
Both manufacturers also offer customisation services and Nexus’ sales engineers have a proven track record of working with customers and suppliers to develop solutions.
“With both ATEK and Flexxon onboard as suppliers of rugged, reliable and secure memory products, off-the- shelf and fully customised, Nexus can provide even greater support to engineers seeking to embed and/or use removable memory in