The new Pico-ITXe and Pico-I/O specifications give designers the flexibility to incorporate additional interface capabilities to meet system requirements.
Focus on Small Form Factors
The first CoreExpress model, the CoreExpress-ECO, utilizes an Intel Atom processor and related system controller hub.
The Catalyst Module delivers the Atom's features while allowing customers to define their final products using customizable adapter boards.
The Qseven platform will allow embedded designers to take advantage of the benefits of new UMPC platforms such as Intel's Atom processor.
New nanoETXexpress modules target the desired small footprint and mix of integrated features for ultra-mobile application designers.
With the number of USB ports growing and older alternatives such as ISA fading, StackableUSB provides the modern choice for designers creating compact and expandable systems.
FlexStack promises to help manufacturing companies streamline prototyping or jump-start deployment of small, portable, battery-powered devices.
Advances in semiconductor density, packaging technology, and connector technology have made the EPIC form factor possible.
CompactRIO is an advanced embedded control and data acquisition system designed for applications that require high performance and reliability. With the system’s open architecture, small size, extreme ruggedness, and flexibility, engineers and embedded developers can use COTS hardware to quickly build custom embedded systems.
In addition to the usual benefits of standardization and modularity, COM architecture and methodology enable a broader level of reuse and reduced development expense, further aiding the typical time-to-market and time-to-revenue advantages.