CES 2020 is in full swing. This year, we’re proud to announce that we’ll be with AGL and GENIVI – and we’re super excited to talk to you directly about automotive data handling. As the leading innovator in data storage software for autonomous cars, consumer electronics, IoT devices, and data-driven enterprises, we’ll be there to help solve your most complex storage challenges. At booth 1815, we’ll have product demos and even a game for you to experience.
Here’s a short overview of where you can meet us and what you can expect to see:
Automotive Grade Linux Showcase
January 7-10, 2020
Booth 1815, Stand B3
Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino
We’re working with car makers, Tier-1s and other suppliers in the industry to show how to maximize flash memory storage reliability, performance, and lifetime of IVI and cluster storage. Come meet us at the AGL Showcase to learn more about our flash memory testing service, which analyzes performance, level of fail-safety, durability, risk analysis, and lifetime cost of the entire automotive storage stack.
A fun spin on fragmentation
Get a new perspective on how file systems can affect the flash lifetime and performance in cars with Frag Fighters, our fast-paced game playable at the AGL booth and GENIVI. Beat the high score and you could even win some cool prizes. See some of the gameplay in action below.
@GENIVIAlliance really knows how to throw a roaring party! We’re here at the Bellagio with them at #CES2020! Stop by and play our Frag Fighters game to learn how file systems can impact flash memory performance in cars. #flashmemory #fragfighters #freebeer pic.twitter.com/epiEph26i7
— Tuxera (@Tuxera) January 8, 2020
*This post was updated on January 8th, 2020.
So if you’re around, drop by the booth and let’s talk about solving your automotive data storage challenges. Or contact us directly to learn more about how we can help you do more with your data.
Tiffiny brings over a decade of technology marketing experience to Tuxera as our Head of Marketing. Before joining Tuxera in 2016, she wrote about technology, consumer electronics, and industrial tech for Nokia, Microsoft, KONE Corporation, and many others. Around the office, we know Tiffiny for her love of geek culture, console gaming, and her adoration for Cloud City’s Baron Administrator, Lando Calrissian.