Innovation is an important component of business success, but many products get unnecessarily bogged down in the development-cycle, trying to implement computer systems. In many cases, the technology these new companies need already exists, and many OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturers) are using things like embedded PCs to shorten development times and build on top of established and proven hardware.
The Benefits of an Embedded PC
An embedded PC gives OEMs the chance to maximize their time developing their own products because they don’t have to waste any of it researching and testing x86 or ARM based technology. There are many providers out there who have already done the legwork and made sure the products they provide have been repeatedly tested and even come with warranties and a service support structure.
Embedded PCs allow companies to focus on innovating their own products while relying on some well-established technology. There are some high-performance machines available to OEMs, which can be installed directly in the new products, saving a lot of time and money. Businesses can work faster, increase the functionality of their products, and improve the security features (which can be extremely important in many different industries).