Choosing the Optimal Embedded File System for Your Project

Dave Hughes

Not sure which embedded file system to use? The right embedded file system can have a significant impact on the success of your product.

In this free webinar, the system requirements that form the basis for your design decisions, including cost, available resources, access speed, and data retention will be assessed. Each of these system requirements is analysed in the context of the types of file systems available.

Dave Hughes explains the range of device characteristics to consider when choosing the embedded file system that’s best for your design. HCC alone has eight file systems for embedded devices, and they all play a specific role in creating optimal embedded solutions. Plus, adding storage to an embedded device introduces many options to your design.

This is the third in a series of HCC Embedded webinars that address some of the most challenging aspects of embedded file systems, including:

  • Available resources (RAM, ROM, and CPU)
  • Storage media (SD, eMMC, NAND, NOR flash and so on)
  • Physical form factor and interface
  • Performance
  • Compatibility
  • Data endurance
  • Fail-safety

Identify the main decision points to help choose the optimal file system for your design requirements.

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