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Communications Applications Embedded Systems

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Within communications applications, flash memory in the form of embedded systems plays many roles. There are enormous demands on industrial flash memory when it comes to communication applications, from the need for high-density, fail-safe systems to wireless applications that are used in environments with high temperatures and high levels of shock and vibration. The key to all of these solutions is embedded memory that can stand up to rugged operating conditions. If you are looking for communications applications embedded systems, then Delkin has a range of solutions available and can assist you in finding the right fit for your device’s design and your budget.

 

What is an embedded system?

Embedded systems are simply small components within a larger system that are designed to perform a specific task. For instance, embedded flash memory is an example of an embedded system. These systems may contain microcontrollers or microprocessors and perform functions as directed by the system to which they are connected, rather than via the commands of a user. Embedded systems typically have very low levels of power consumption and feature both hardware and software.

 

What are the benefits of communications applications embedded systems?

The low power consumption of embedded systems is one of their biggest benefits. In the communications industry, connectivity and constant uptime are essential, so having critical functions performed without a significant draw on power is an advantage. Embedded systems are also secure, since they are inside the larger device, which is a very useful advantage, particularly in the case of communication applications that handle sensitive information.

 

What should users look for in an embedded system?

For industrial communications applications, choosing embedded systems that have a high tolerance to temperature extremes, shock, and vibration is key. For industrial embedded memory systems, SLC flash memory is critical. With this kind of memory, one bit of data is stored per cell, allowing the embedded system to reach the highest levels of security and operational speeds.

 

Delkin offers a range of embedded memory systems for industrial applications across many fields, including communications. To learn more about communications applications embedded systems, contact us today.

 

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