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Compact Bay Trail SBC has option for third GbE port

Jan 22, 2019 — views: 639

Axiomtek’s “CAPA84E” is a 3.5-inch Bay Trail SBC with an optional third GbE port, dual M.2 slots, plus VGA, DisplayPort, USB 3.0, SATA, and -20 to 70°C support.

Runtime security agent tailors itself to each Linux-based IoT device

Jan 22, 2019 — views: 357

VDOO has launched an “ERA” (Embedded Runtime Agent) for securing Linux IoT devices. The agent self-optimizes for specific systems with the help of the company’s Vision analytics software.

Orange Pi 3 SBC arrives with Allwinner H6 and mini-PCIe

Jan 19, 2019 — views: 3703

An open-spec, Allwinner H6 based “Orange Pi 3” SBC has gone on sale for $30 to $40, with the latter giving you 2GB of RAM and 8GB eMMC. Other highlights: GbE, HDMI 2.0, 4x USB 3.0, WiFi-ac, and mini-PCIe.

Industrial Apollo Lake mini-PC features dual GbE with PoE

Jan 18, 2019 — views: 562

Cincoze announced a compact, rugged “DA-1100” embedded PC with an Apollo Lake SoC, triple display support, dual GbE ports with PoE, 4x USB 3.0 ports, SATA, and expansion via mini-PCIe and homegrown add-on modules.

Touch-panel PCs offer a choice of Skylake or Bay Trail chips

Jan 17, 2019 — views: 288

EVOC’s P15 and P17 panel PCs provide Intel Skylake-U or Bay Trail CPUs with IP66 protected 15- or 17-inch resistive displays, plus 2x to 4x GbE ports, up to 8x USB and 6x COM ports, and HDMI, VGA, mini-PCIe, and SATA.

Bash shell utility turns 5.0

Jan 17, 2019 — views: 700

A few months prior to celebrating the 30th birthday of the Bash command language interpreter, the GNU Project has released Bash 5.0, featuring bug fixes and new shell variables.

2019 Linux Foundation events include ELC shows in San Diego and Lyon

Jan 16, 2019 — views: 344

The Linux Foundation announced its 2019 schedule of events, including new events about Ceph and gRPC. The Embedded Linux Conference will co-locate with the Open Source Summit in San Diego on Aug. 21-23.

Axiomtek announces its first Type 7 module

Jan 15, 2019 — views: 329

Axiomtek announced a “CEM700” COM Express Type 7 Basic module with 5th Gen Intel Xeon or Pentium CPUs, 2x 10GBASE-KR, 2x SATA III, plenty of PCIe, extended temperature support, and a new Type 7 carrier board.

Compact i.MX6 UL gateway offers WiFi, 4G, LoRa, and ZigBee

Jan 15, 2019 — views: 649

Forlinx’s “FCU1101” is a compact embedded gateway with -35 to 70℃ support that runs Linux on an i.MX6 UL and offers 4x isolated RS485 ports, a LAN port, and WiFi, 4G, LoRa, and ZigBee.

Entry-level Bay Trail SBC ready for workhorse duty

Jan 14, 2019 — views: 1175

Acrosser’s 3.5-inch “AMB-BT19S1” SBC runs on an Intel Bay Trail SoC and offers up to 8GB RAM, dual display support, plus SATA, mSATA, mini-PCIe, serial, USB 3.0, and GbE ports.

Tiny, Feather-style SBC runs Linux on Cortex-A5 SiP package

Jan 14, 2019 — views: 1362

Groboard has unveiled a tiny, Adafruit Feather form-factor “Giant Board” SBC that runs Linux on Microchip’s SiP implementation of its Cortex-A5-based SAMA5D SoC and offers 128MB RAM, micro-USB, microSD and I/O including ADC and PWM.

IEI’s Puzzle family of x86 and Arm based net appliances debuts with two Coffee Lake models

Jan 11, 2019 — views: 524

IEI unveiled a Linux-driven “Puzzle” series of 1U rackmount network appliances and uCPE systems with VNF support and a choice of Intel Coffee Lake, AMD Epyc 3000, Armada 8040, NXP LS2088, and Cavium Octeon CPUs.

Compact, rugged industrial AI computer runs Linux on TX2

Jan 11, 2019 — views: 806

Aaeon’s compact, fanless “Boxer-8110AI” embedded computer runs Ubuntu 16.04 on an Nvidia Jetson TX2 module and offers GbE, HDMI, CAN, serial, and 3x USB ports, plus anti-vibration and -20 to 50°C support.

Automotive development platforms rev up with Linux

Jan 11, 2019 — views: 607

Linux-driven automotive computing initiatives advanced at CES with Hyundai joining Automotive Grade Linux, and Baidu, Intel, and Nvidia unveiling new assisted and autonomous driving platforms.