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Trenton Systems remains unique in the industry by maintaining board-level as well as system design, manufacturing and integration capabilities which allows our team to build long-life, customer-driven computing solutions for a broad range of critical applications and industries.
Trenton's team of electrical, mechanical and BIOS engineers utilize a concurrent systems engineering methodology to ensure that system performance, compatibility and reliability are accounted for during the design phase, well before the production cycle begins.
Over thirty-five years of electronic design experience is applied to engineering long-life single board computers, backplanes and embedded motherboards. In addition to our broad selection of standard products, Trenton excels at board-level modifications and custom designs.
Mechanical design for rugged computers operating in harsh environments must take into account many critical factors, including shock, vibration, EMI and thermal characteristics. Trenton engineers have extensive experience in designing enclosures that address the needs of critical applications.
Trenton single board computers, PCI Express backplanes and embedded motherboards are manufactured in ISO 9001:2008 certified facilities located within the United States using state-of-the-art assembly and test equipment to ensure the highest level of quality and reliability.
System integration represents the final step in the process of delivering an application-ready computing solution, requiring a thorough understanding of shock & vibration, as well as thermal management issues for placement of all components, cables and fans. Our ISO 9001:2008 certified integration facility focuses on the smallest detail.
System BIOS Control
System BIOS Control
Beyond the complexities of designing and manufacturing board-level sub-systems and fully integrated computers, engineering an application-ready computing solution relies on full control of the system BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) in order to achieve proper levels of performance, stability, and functionality.
The custom design process incorporates all aspects of engineering an application-ready computing solution, from mechanical design to electronic design & system BIOS control considerations. Such systems may be based on modifying a standard product, or require an entirely new design tailored to address a unique set of performance, feature or even environmental requirements.
In the world of commercial computing, servers coming off the assembly line will typically experience a configuration change every six months with components swapped out and the system BIOS updated as a result. These systems also experience service lifetimes of just a few years before being completely replaced. That simply isn't good enough for Trenton Systems' customers.