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  • White Papers
  • Quick Guide to DRAM by SQRAM

    Find out what you need to know when choosing memory modules for IoT applications.
  • SQFlash Intelligent SSD Self-Management

    To reduce the risk of data corruption/loss and ensure data access, Advantech developed its SQFlash Utility and WISE-PaaS/DeviceOn platform to help customers implement S.M.A.R.T. specifications, predict product lifespans, and remotely monitor system status in real-time using a simple graphical user interface.
  • 3D NAND Flash with Advanced ECC Technology for Industrial Application

    The purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of NAND flash management technology. The first section gives a brief overview of NAND flash types. The later sections introduce how Advantech SQFlash NAND flash management technology enhances storage devices to meet the demands for high capacity, high performance,and industrial grade reliability.
  • SQFlash Data Security Functions

    Advantech SQFlash has developed many features for data security software on storage devices such as Write Protect, Security ID, Flash Vault, Flash lock, and Quick Erase. These functions can be set through hardware configuration or software settings with a user-friendly interface for data security enhancement.
  • Designing NVMe SSD for Industrial Applications

    SSD performance is one of the biggest considerations when designing industrial applications. SSD technology is still evolving from PATA to SATA and the speed of its interface continues to increase. The PCIe interface appeared in the market almost at the same time as SATA 3.0 Gbps (Gen. 2) became popular.
  • Complete Power Failure Protection for SQFlash

    Advantech SQFlash features complete power failure protection in all product SKUs, proper power failure protection mechanisms are implemented in different product series. This complete scheme combines four different functions – Power Failure Saver, Power Drop Catcher, Flush Manager, and Voltage Stabilizer.
  • Whitepaper: Understanding Requirements for Medical Displays

    Whitepaper: Understanding Requirements for Medical Displays
  • [Brief] 3D NAND Flash with Advanced ECC Technology for Industrial Applications

    From 2D NAND flash to 3D NAND flash, higher storage density devices have emerged quickly in recent years. However, it is likely that endurance, reliability, and/or performance will be sacrificed. To achieve industrial grade endurance, LDPC and RAID ECC technology are important for 3D NAND flash (BiCS 3) in industrial application.
  • NAND Flash Management Technology for Performance Enhancement

    With the evolution of NAND flash process technology, from SLC to 3D NAND flash BiCS 3, the unit storage density has grown rapidly but the performance, reliability, and endurance have decreased. It is important to develop controller firmware to manage NAND flash to improve the performance of NAND flash storage devices.
  • COM Server Grade WhitepaperServer-Grade Performance Computer-on-Modules:COM Express Based on Intel® Xeon® Solution

    Server-Grade Performance Computer-on-Modules:COM Express Based on Intel® Xeon® Solution
  • Digital Signage in Industry - ADVANTECH – TELELOGOS Whitepaper

    Digital Signage is a powerful lever for communication which uses information technology, the Internet of Things and smart devices (screens, networks, content servers). It can assemble and broadcast continuously all types of information (image, video, text feeds, etc.) on networked screens which can be installed in both public spaces and private set
  • WISE-PaaS Open APIs and Standardized Protocols at Various IoT System Levels

    WISE-PaaS Introduction Whitepaper. The success of IoT is stepping away from vertically-oriented, closed systems towards open systems, based on open APIs and standardized protocols at various system levels. By Louis Lu, Embedded-IoT Architect
  • Accelerating Wireless Sensor Network Development with the Open Standard Sensor Node M2.COM

    The IoT era is fundamentally altering the operations and evolution of traditional industries as well as emerging businesses. Several IoT applications now available harness sensors, gateways, networking and cloud infrastructure to enable new avenues of value and efficiency for customers. Whether deploying basic IoT devices like sensors or a host of next-generation IoT products and services, standard network infrastructures need to be altered to enable important IoT characteristics like wireless connectivity, remote management, and monitoring. In addition, multiple platforms and technologies need to be integrated to fully bring the benefits of IoT to market.
    To facilitate a wide variety of integration possibilities without compromising on lead time requirements, Advantech along with partners TI, ARM, Bosch Sensortec and Sensirion have collaborated to bring a new open standard - M2.COM to the market.   M2.COM is based on M.2 form factor architecture and provides a modular approach to sensor node design.  In this paper, we call out the core requirements associated with sensor node design for IoT and examine how the M2.COM design standard fulfils these requirements.
  • RTX: The Right Form Factor for Your Rugged Applications

    The presence of high-end electronic equipment is increasing in many applications including transportation, industrial, agricultural and power equipment.   These applications are expected to operate reliably for several years and are often subject to harsh environments like vibration, dust, and extreme weather conditions.   They need special design considerations and use of boards and components qualified to work reliably in harsh conditions.   The figure below summarizes the stresses that must be endured in rugged applications.
  • Whitepaper SOM-5991

    The modularized computer concept has been employed for over 20 years now and has generated many popular form-factors such as ETX, COM Express, and Qseven. This architecture-independent hardware product platform lets the user leverage the exchangeability between different chipsets to extend product life cycle and make carrier board design easier, shortening development schedules and satisfying time-to-market demands. These advantages are recognized by users, and as a result this architecture has become a general board solution for SBCs and motherboards. In a marketing research report, Computer-on-Module shares garnered 22% of industrial board solutions with CAGR growth of 15%, while other industrial standards like CPCI declined. No doubt, Computer-on-Module will become one of the most comprehensive design tools in coming decades.
  • Design Benefits of the MI/O Extension Solution

    System integration is not an easy task, making system integration easier is the goal of most clients. By using the MI/O Extension solution, we can help customers retain domain knowledge and design their own extension modules, making mechanical designs more compact with fewer system parts, and centralize thermal designs to improve reliability.
  • The Innovative MI/O Extension Single Board Computer Unveiled

    Configurable designs and pricing competitiveness are the two primary factors in defining the future of vertical applications.In light of making standardized, embedded single board computers a more thoughtful fit for client demands, Advantech introduced the innovative MI/O Extension solution to assist application providers in quickly providing optimal solutions to their clients, while still securing their domain knowhow in key vertical industrial technologies.
  • Doing More with Less:Successful Applications Built on MI/O Extension Solutions

    In business, time competition is fierce, and especially in the IT industry. Chipset vendors rapidly upgrade chipset designs generation by generation, and solution providers follow suit, providing products with the latest chipsets. System integrators are the last one in this chain, integrating computers, peripherals, chassis and software. Thus, it is important to operate on a short schedule, to have fast time-to-market, and insofar as possible to gain and keep the first-mover advantage.