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[일반] The Four Hallmarks of a Great Embedded System
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The Hallmarks of a Great Embedded System: Security, Time-to-Market, Reliability, and Lifecycle
When you’re looking for an embedded system ODM partner, leave no stone unturned. If the ODM partner doesn’t place a premium on security, time-to-market, reliability, and lifecycle management, keep your search open.

Dedicated Computing serves the Healthcare, Life Sciences, Training & Simulation, and Industrial markets, providing design, development, and deployment services for many of the world's leading OEMs. See the articles below to learn just a few tricks of the trade.

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Medical Device Security

With the increase in connectivity comes new cyber vulnerability. However, cyber-attacks are not solely limited to internet-based applications, anything that connects to the device – USB or blue-tooth enabled keyboard can have an impact on security. By integrating a security strategy early in the design phase, medical device manufacturers help mitigate risk to the device and to the organization.

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Benefits of Networked Training & Simulation

In the Training & Simulation industry, unlike IoT applications, most simulators operate in a standalone mode, raising concerns about security and compliance with Information Assurance (IA) standards. Best practices now exist that address these concerns, and once training devices are connected through secure, private networks, multiple benefits result. 

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Use Case: T&S Readiness for Windows 10

Training & Simulation OEMs must find a way to reduce costs, extend training options to new environ­ments, and increase performance and sophistication of systems. Mastering image management, security protocols, compliance, and streamlined backups are all essential activities in the toolkit of a Training & Simulation provider competing in this landscape.

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Thermal Simulation White Paper

Virtual thermal modeling allows OEMs to develop numerous solutions early in the product development process, striving for ideal thermal performance based on a range of virtual models. Powering everything from medical devices and flight simulators to nuclear power plants, embedded systems must perform reliably in computing environments with complex thermal design challenges. Thermal simulation can help OEMs avoid costly delays and speed time to market. 

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