from consumer to high-endurance industrial
While “embedded computing” is a general term applying to a computer system with a dedicated function within a larger system, the concept is in widespread use across many devices, industries and applications. Uses can range from portable consumer devices and household appliances to industrial controls, medical equipment, telecommunications and automotive, to name a few.
Requirements for flash storage in embedded systems are as diverse as the applications, depending on the environment in which they will be used and the usage model, as well as the overall cost and durability of the entire system. Whether a controlled commercial solution is needed for a low cost consumer product, or high endurance, extended temperature flash is required for a data-intensive heavy industry system, Delkin can assist with identifying the right industrial storage product for the application. And since all of Delkin’s industrial and OEM products are built with controlled bills of materials, once a part number is qualified, the flash, controller and firmware will not change as long as that particular solution is available.
Contact Delkin today for a free consultation on the best industrial flash storage solution for your embedded computing application.
Secure Digital was first introduced in 1999, evolving from MultiMedia Cards (MMC), primarily as a consumer-based storage medium for the photography market.
The perpetual drive to shrink electronics has made the tiny microSD form factor the fastest growing segment in the industrial and OEM space in recent years..
CompactFlash has been a key form factor in the industrial embedded space since its introduction in 1994, due to its robustness, small size and ease of integration.
GEN V CF
Delkin’s UDMA 6 CompactFlash cards utilize the latest industrial controller technology to provide the most extensive power interruption and read disturb management available, thereby delivering the ultimate protection for critical data.
Mini mSATA (MO-300B Mini)
When a SATA-based design calls for a board-level storage solution, the mSATA (JEDEC MO-300B standard) is the true embedded option selected by many engineers.
The Embedded USB, or eUSB, form factor continues to be popular as a boot drive for industrial applications, due to the small size, ease of integration and mechanical ruggedness.