Embedded Computer Systems Integration, Design, Manufacturing in Dallas, TX
Custom Embedded Computer Systems in Dallas for Over 30 Years
With over 98% of all computer devices embedded in electronic equipment and machines of all types, the embedded computer system is by far the most common form of computer used today in Dallas. Computers continue to move rapidly away from the desktop and make their way into devices of all types, for both commercial and consumer use in Dallas. DFI Technologies has been a leading provider of Dallas embedded computer systems and industrial PCs for over 30 years.
We uniquely combine the benefits of US-based embedded computer systems engineering, assembly, service/repair, and product lifecycle management—and as an affiliate of DFI Taiwan, we have access to 162,00 square feet of computer systems and component manufacturing capabilities to meet any size project in Dallas. We have designed, manufactured, and serviced Dallas embedded computer systems and industrial PCs for many industries, including health care, medical device, transportation, digital signage, interactive kiosks, gaming, and industrial automation.
We offer more than just commercial off the shelf embedded computer hardware in Dallas at great prices. Our team of engineers, manufacturing and QA experts have the knowledge and experience to work with you to design, make, and service the embedded computer solutions you need for whatever your use case.
Our Unique Approach to Dallas Embedded Computer Systems
Our specialty in Dallas is making purpose-built embedded computer hardware to meet and exceed the needs of each of our customer’s unique requirements. To do this, we are very thorough on the front end of the computer design and integration project to ensure we understand the detailed requirements, such as:
- Specific physical dimensions
- Extreme temperature ranges
- Shock and vibration
- Specialized I/O and connectors
- Dust and particulates
- NEMA and IP ratings
- Extended lifecycle
- Legacy operating systems
We specialize in Dallas embedded computer systems and industrial PCs for commercial environments that require a small form factor and where dirt and dust predominate. Engineered for extreme environments, many of our embedded computer hardware products in Dallas endure shock, vibration, dust and high heat extremely well. Our Dallas fanless embedded systems utilize heat pipe technology and fins for passive cooling.
We offer Dallas embedded computer systems that are Mini-ITX or Intel NUC based. All of our embedded computer solutions in Dallas backed by our robust service program through sunsetting and end of life of the unit. With compact and multiple IOs, multiple expansion solutions and multiple mounting methods, our Dallas embedded computer systems are suitable for a broad variety of applications in a wide range of environments. Some of the use cases for our embedded computer products and industrial PCs in Dallas include:
- Factory automation and production line control
- Energy management
- Patient condition monitoring
- Facility monitoring
- Testing and inspection lines
- Power generation
- Multimedia entertainment
- Automatic gate control
- High quality medical image display
- Electronic ticketing
When you need a partner in Dallas you can trust to design, manufacture, integrate and service custom embedded computer systems and industrial PCs for your embedded system requirements, contact DFI Technologies.
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