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Dell Enters Embedded PC Market with New Embedded Box PCs,

Dell-EmbeddedDell has launched its first purpose-built industrial PC (IPC) products, Embedded Box PC 3000 series and 5000 series, aimed at taking the embedded PC market mainstream. Available this summer, the products are fanless, ruggedized and built to provide customers fast time to market. The products expandDells Internet of Things (IoT) portfolio.

Embedded computing is now everywhere. According to a Technavio stud, the embedded systems market was valued at more than $11 billion in 2014 and is expected to reach $23.10 billion in 2019, growing at a CAGR of almost 15 percent. Organic growth is being fueled by falling component costs, improved power efficiencies, increasing business ROI needs and demand from the IoT.However, the reality of long lead times, low device reliability, limited scalability, lack of security and manageability options and limited support hinder the development of the market.

Customers have consistently told us that current embedded solutions do not meet the level of cost-effective sophistication, scale and support they need for these to be a critical, reliable component of their operations, said Andy Rhodes, executive director, Commercial IoT Solutions, Dell. Along with our new embedded products that can be ordered in quantities from one to thousands, Dell will bring our established business heritage to this new market: global scale, end-to-end IT and OT security portfolio, flexible payment solutions, strong customization and award-winning service and support.

Dells Embedded Box PCs are fanless, important as the fan is the often most common component failure in embedded use cases, and also well suited for environments that require little noise. They are reliable devices that can be used headless or with keyboard, mouse and monitor. Flexible and powerful, with extensive wired and wireless input/output (I/O) options, they run on Intel processors. The 3000 series is powered by Intel Atom processors and designed for space-constrained applications, such as retail kiosks, automated vending devices and vehicles.

The 5000 series is optimized for performance and I/O scalability. Powered by Intel Core processors, it includes two PCI/PCIe card slots for adaptability. It provides high-bandwidth ideal for industrial PC and IoT use cases (multi-HD video streaming apps and high frequency sensor data sources) as well as manufacturing and automation control.

 

Dell Enters Embedded PC Market with New Embedded Box PCs, Helping Smart Systems Connect to the Internet of Things

Dell Embedded Box PC 3000 and 5000 Series combine Dells proven quality, reliability and global reach with maximized supply chain support

Rugged, fanless design for extended operation in harsh environments

Long-term Dell Support and Deployment Services ensure support evolves with industrial PC product lifecycle and changing market dynamics

Flexible payment solutions from Dell Financial Services allow customers to preserve capital

EMBEDDED WORLD, NUREMBERG, Germany, Feb. 23, 2016 Dell today announced the launch of its first purpose-built industrial PC (IPC) products, Embedded Box PC 3000 Series and 5000 Series, aimed at taking the embedded PC market mainstream. Available this summer, the products are fanless, ruggedized and built to provide customers fast time to market. With a long history of rugged engineering innovation and extensive experience inOEM Solutions, the products expandDells Internet of Things (IoT) portfolio. Dell will bring the benefits of short lead times, enterprise-class lifecycle, stability, service and support to customers who may be underserved by current embedded solutions.

Embedded computing is now everywhere. According to a Technavio study[1], the embedded systems market was valued at more than $11 billion in 2014 and is expected to reach $23.10 billion in 2019, growing at a CAGR of almost 15 percent. Organic growth is being fueled by falling component costs, improved power efficiencies, increasing business ROI needs and demand from the IoT.

However, the reality of long lead times, low device reliability, limited scalability, lack of security and manageability options and limited support hinder the development of the market. Customers have consistently told us that current embedded solutions do not meet the level of cost-effective sophistication, scale and support they need for these to be a critical, reliable component of their operations, said Andy Rhodes, executive director, Commercial IoT Solutions, Dell. Along with our new embedded products that can be ordered in quantities from one to thousands, Dell will bring our established business heritage to this new market: global scale, end-to-end IT and OT security portfolio, flexible payment solutions, strong customization and award-winning service and support.

Product Highlights:

Dells Embedded Box PCs are fanless, important as the fan is the often most common component failure in embedded use cases, and also ideal for environments that require little noise. They are highly reliable devices that can be used headless or with keyboard, mouse and monitor. Flexible and powerful, with extensive wired and wireless input/output (I/O) options, they run on Intel processors. The 3000 Series is powered by Intel Atom processors and designed for space-constrained applications, such as retail kiosks, automated vending devices and vehicles.

The 5000 Series is optimized for performance and I/O scalability. Powered by Intel Core processors, it includes two PCI/PCIe card slots for adaptability. It provides high-bandwidth ideal for industrial PC and IoT use cases (multi-HD video streaming apps and high frequency sensor data sources) as well as manufacturing and automation control.

Other features:

Operating temperature range from 0C to 50C

Designed to MIL-STD 810G specifications

DIN-rail, VESA, or wall mount options

5-year lifecycle and OEM-ready options

Global availability with Dell Support and Deployment services

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