The world’s best-known device manufacturers rely on Datalight software to enhance performance and reduce time-to-market. Their flash memory drivers and file systems improve the user’s experience by boosting throughput, cutting file seek time, shortening boot time, and eliminating data corruption, optimizing solid-state storage for smart phones, mobile computers, medical devices, automotive systems and embedded systems of all types.
Datalight’s expertise is recognized by manufacturers of mobile phones, consumer devices of all types, automotive, industrial and embedded applications around the world. Their host software is in 6 of the top 10 ruggedized handhelds, an industrial converged mobile device similar in application workload to smartphones and tablets that demand high performance, data integrity and supply chain resilience. Datalight software is highly-reliable, operating system agnostic and works with Linux, Microsoft Windows Embedded and other embedded, real-time and mobile operating systems.
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Datalight Reliance Nitro is a transactional file system created specifically for embedded devices where power loss may occur, protecting critical system and user data from corruption. It ensures rock-solid data reliability while providing the performance needed to create an optimal user experience. More details…
Datalight Reliance Edge™ is the only file system that offers power fail-safe reliability and deterministic behavior required by today’s autonomous systems. Ultra-compact (4 KB of RAM, 12 KB of code), configurable and conforms to MISRA C:2012. More details…
Datalight FlashFX Tera is a flash memory manager that frees developers from the volatility and constraints of a single-source flash memory driver, while handling wear leveling, bad block management and other vulnerabilities of NAND flash memory. Versatility allows fast integration with over 300 flash chip part numbers. More details…
Datalight FlashFXe is the only eMMC software flash accelerator for Linux operating systems that dramatically reduces write amplification improving performance, increasing endurance and reducing energy consumption of your embedded device. More details…
NitroBoot gives manufacturers of devices running Linux and Android a mechanism that allows them to be instantly launched from zero standby power. This is accomplished by preferentially restoring the memory areas necessary for booting the system. More details…
ROM-DOS was introduced in 1989 as an MS-DOS compatible operating system engineered specifically for embedded developers. The most robust DOS available to serve the embedded marketplace, ROM-DOS enables current desktop hardware in legacy implementations.
With the companion Sockets TCP/IP stack ROM-DOS is the fastest way to connect an embedded system to the Internet. More details…
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