Solid State Disks in Embedded Systems Download the definitive whitepaper - BVM - 13/11/2013
Do SSDs improve system reliability? SSD versus HDD reliability a foregone conclusion?
Solid State Disks (SSDs) have reached a capacity level and price point that they are being deployed in embedded systems, replacing standard magnetic hard disks.
However; whilst SSDs offer many advantages; reduced power, faster access time, mechanical robustness to name but three, the move to SSDs has also introduced issues that were not present or encountered when standard magnetic hard disk were deployed in embedded systems.
- About the anatomy of SSDs vs. Magnetic Disks
- Where It Goes Wrong With SSDs
- How to Prevent Drive Corruption During Power Fail
- About using Window XP Embedded, Windows Embedded Standard 2009 or Windows Embedded Standard 7
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