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Old 04-03-2016, 04:50 AM   #1
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LXer: Rugged ARM module spec targets harsh environments


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Advantech, Aaeon, and Avalue unveiled an RTX spec for 68 x 68mm ruggedized ARM COMs, with four 100-pin connectors and wide-range power and temperature. The Linux-supported RTX (Rugged Technology eXtended) open-spec form factor for ARM-based computer-on-modules was developed by a new RTX Consortium with founding members Advantech, Aaeon, and Avalue.

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