Dell has introduced the new Dell embedded PC in Thailand models which is directed at the Iot and other industrial purposes.
The device comes with no fan and is useful for quiet environments like hospitals. It can be utilised as it is, or it can come with monitor, keyboard and mouse.
Dell declared they have innovated two sets of products at the Embedded World show. These are the embedded PC 3000 series and the embedded PC 5000 series.
The distinction between the two series is the power, where the 3000 series run with Intel Atom processors. It’s innovated for those having limited space, like vehicles, automated vending machines and retail kiosks.
Also, the embedded 5000 series are modified for input/output scalabilities and run with Intel Core-i processors. It offers a higher flexibility and bandwidth needed in IoT and industrial PC settings. It also includes manufacturing and other applications needing a higher level of automation.
The Dell embedded PC in Thailand is vastly expanding in this country, as the market anticipatesa target of around $5.1-billion in 2019. More companies nowadays are progressively investing in IoT.
Dell Management says the company is targeting the industrial sector by offering technical computer systems in an increasingly automated atmosphere. These types of PCs will typically work in high or low temperatures, will have no moving parts such as fans, utilise tough connectors, and will last for many years.
As the name implies, the Dell embedded PC in Thailand concept aims to be deployed in industrial atmospheres. The PC provider will offer technical support and update to make the units keep up with the current evolution of IoT and other linked systems.
It should also mean that Dell will provide information for manufacturing, global support and what the people need to know about the company. It should offer procurement and management of these industrial computers rather than choosing smaller suppliers who need forecasting. They say they can reach the market easily more than their competitors.
The Dell embedded PC in Thailand, like the 3000 series and 5000 series, are now available in the market. These devices will run using more advanced Windows OS and Ubuntu OS.