Founded in 1998 and
having over 500 patents, ShenZhen Longsys Electronics Co ., Ltd is a Chinese
company which designs NAND flash based products and modules for various
embedded markets including the industrial market, mobile storage, wireless
storage, smart payment cards, and IOT.|
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|Who's who in SSD? -
by Zsolt Kerekes -
editor - StorageSearch.com
- June 16, 2015
In June 2015 a company spokesperson told me that- "Longsys
is the biggest buyer of Samsung flash in China, and our revenue is $800 million
But despite their size, and appearance at many past
consumer related electronic trade shows - I have to admit that I hadn't
heard of Longsys before.
Longsys is a new name for the company.
Prior to 2015 Longsys was known as Netcom.
difficulty of trademarking "Netcom" as a brand in some countries
(probably due to it consisting of commonly used elements) led to the company
making the change. (See also:-
companies and services.)
One of Longsys's distinctive products
(compared to most other embedded SSD companies) is an
NFC micro SD
(flash card with built in antenna - used for mobile digital signature and
Longsys also have a range of what they call "airdisk"
storage modules - which enable Android and iOS devices to share data wirelessly
with these wi-fi compatible flash modules.
Their SSD products also
include a range of M.2 compatible SSDs.
The FORESEE AIR SSD is
specifically designed for the Macbook Air and Pro models - see
(pdf) for more details.
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Editor:- July 15, 2015 - the image above
shows part of the SSD burn-in test facility at Longsys - which is
part of a new corporate
After showing pictures of buildings and
employees - the 6 minute video reveals some impressive production capacity
statistics, about Longsys including the ability to process:-
- 100K 12" flash wafers / month
- over 1 million micro SD cards / day
- over 100K embedded SSDs / day
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