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Delkin: Your Source for Flash Storage Duplication

 

Data duplication is the process of copying information from the source medium to another medium, such as from a flash solid state drive (SSD) to another SSD or from a microSD card to a USB drive. When performed by an end user, data duplication is usually done to provide a backup of the original data in order to protect it against potential loss and corruption. These end users can simply copy individual files and folders, or perform a whole disk backup. However, when data duplication is used on the manufacturing level, the sheer scale of the duplication required often demands specialized equipment—and not every OEM has access to that equipment. At Delkin, we’re known for designing and manufacturing high-end flash storage solutions, but we also provide industrial data duplication services.

 

Reasons to Choose Our Data Duplication Services

Companies choose to partner with Delkin for data duplication services because we provide fast turnaround times and customizable options to suit OEM requirements. You can choose to duplicate common files and/or operating system and database files. When your company relies on Delkin for data duplication, you can rest assured that our specialized equipment will prevent data corruption or loss and smoothly duplicate data across a variety of mediums.

 

Industries and Applications Delkin Commonly Works With

Companies in a variety of industries choose to work with Delkin for data duplication and flash storage customization. Some of the industries that may outsource their flash storage and data duplication needs to Delkin include the following:

 

Mass data duplication can be an effective and efficient way to meet the needs of the end user while enhancing brand value. For example, mass data duplication would allow a company to provide its product manual preloaded onto a USB drive for the convenience of the consumer. It could also allow training programs to be easily disseminated via flash storage cards or disks. In the healthcare industry, data duplication could allow a medical organization to encourage standardized electronic health record (EHR) frameworks to individual offices and providers.

 

Delkin is known for providing rugged flash storage solutions with a locked BOM to meet OEM requirements. Since 1986, our dedicated customer support team has developed close working relationships with OEMs, collaborating with them in order to optimize and customize our flash storage technology to ensure host architecture compatibility. We design and manufacture all of our flash storage solutions right here in the U.S., including microSD cards, CompactFlash (CF) cards, and flash USB drives. Get in touch today with your questions.

 

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