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Serialization for Flash Storage Devices

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Serialization stamps a unique string of numbers onto a product for the purposes of identification and inventory control. It allows consumers and companies to quickly identify a particular product, obtain additional information about it, conduct replacement activities, or locate compatible parts. If your company sells products online, talk to Delkin about our serialization services. We offer custom serialization options on all of our flash storage devices.

 

Serialization for Verifying the Authenticity of Products

Serialization is an essential step that must be done prior to a product launch. It allows for the verification of the authenticity of products in all sectors. This is particularly important these days, given the rise of counterfeiting operations. With a custom serial number, companies are able to quickly determine whether a product is authentic or not.

 

Flash Storage with Software Available for Download

Delkin’s Customer Applications team often recommends custom serialization to companies that are looking for white label flash storage solutions that will include software available for the end user to access. Unauthorized data duplication is a common and persistent problem across many industries, and companies need to protect access to their software. In this situation, stamping a custom serial number on the product allows companies to use it as a product key. The end user would be required to authenticate the purchase by typing in the serial number before being able to access the software.

 

The team at Delkin welcomes inquiries from our OEM customers who wish to use a custom serial number as a product key. In addition, Delkin is pleased to offer other white label flash storage services, including the pre-loading of software onto the flash storage drive, disk, or card of your choice.

 

Serialization for Protecting Your Intellectual Property

A third reason why it is important to secure a custom serial number for each product is that it serves to protect a company’s intellectual property. Serialization effectively registers the product and claims it as the company’s property. It is a cost-effective way to manage risk and liability, and to safeguard the company’s brand value and professional image.

 

Delkin has a longstanding history of providing exceptional services for our OEM customers who require customized flash storage solutions for their industrial applications. Our engineering team designs high-capacity, rugged flash storage devices right here in the U.S., including microSD devices, CompactFlash (CF) cards, USB drives, and mSATA solid state drives (SSDs). Contact our Customer Applications team today to discuss your specific flash storage requirements.

 

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