Front and Sullivan, a business consulting firm, praised the new line of embedded box PC manufactured by Dell which is intended for industrial environment. The series released by Dell are the 3000 and 5000 box PCs and these are the same range, which received the North America Frost & Sullivan Award for Competitive Strategy Innovation and Leadership. This is another proof that the products are the leading in the current market.
The award is very important for Dell because this is the first time that the company launched their own range of embedded PCs and it has received recognition right away.
The box PCs are considered to be quite powerful when used as stand-alone computers which were developed to be used in a number of applications relating to industrial sector. It is suitable to be used in fleet management, video surveillance and handling of point of sales.
The models are not only versatile but they are also ruggedly made which is why the computers are ideal to be incorporated seamlessly in different kinds of form factors.
According to Rohit Karthikeyan, the research analyst of Frost & Sullivan, the 3000 series of the embedded box PCs is suitable for environments wherein tiny footprint is necessary. The 5000 series, on the other hand, is recommended to be used in applications requiring high level of bandwidth.
It is common for industrial computers to be designed in a way that it can handle harsher environments and this is the same factor that has been considered by Dell when they created the new series.
Karthikeyan added that the products can withstand harsh settings because these computers are fanless and they are equipped with solid state drivers. When it comes to embedded PCs, the most common components that are easily damaged are the rotating drivers and the fans.
One notable feature of the computers is that they can be used in an operating temperature ranging between 0 and 50 degrees Celsius despite the lack of air flow. The new range of embedded box PC is part of the measure being conducted by Dell in order to penetrate the market of IoT.