Delkin Devices Articles
Testing to ensure flash storage in rugged environments
When industrial product OEMs such as those in automotive, aerospace, and transportation need flash storage, it must be designed and tested to provide mission critical reliability despite regular subjection to vibration or temperature extremes in harsh environments.
The risks of overlooking flash memory
During the design process, manufacturers (OEMs) of industrial products undergo long engagement processes with multiple part suppliers. The purpose of these engagements is to ensure that each embedded part will not only work for the application, but also meet the workload and environmental requirements in the field. Tony Diaz, Product Manager for Delkin Devices, speaks to Electronic Specifier.
Delkin Devices Announces SPAN Extended Life Cycle Industrial Storage Product Line
Delkin Devices announced the launch of a new line of memory cards with extended life cycles that will be produced for up to ten years. This new product line, to be called SPAN (for Sustained Product Availability), will be available in CompactFlash and Secure Digital form factors, in densities ranging from 128MB up to 4GB. SPAN products are focused on the medical, automotive, military and other industrial vertical markets where long project life c...
Industrial 8GB microSD Card From Delkin Devices
Delkin Devices has announced the availability of industrial-grade microSD cards, now in capacities up to 8GB, for applications requiring optimal performance and reliability in a small form factor. Delkin has engineered these microSD products to perform at unmatched speeds while in harsh operating environments, including extended temperatures and shock or vibration conditions.
Delkin Devices Announces Industrial mSATA Solid State Drive
Delkin Devices announces the availability of industrial-grade mSATA drives, the latest in embedded flash modules. mSATA, or mini-SATA, utilizes the SATA 2.0 interface in a form factor that is 87% smaller and 90% lighter than a 2.5” solid state drive. mSATA retains the advantages of an SSD over a traditional hard disk drive, including faster random access, silent operation, low power consumption and no moving parts, with the added benefit of fle...