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Embedded PCs (2020)

Written by Jeff Child
Integrated Solutions Gone are the days when box-level embedded computers, also known as Embedded PCs, were strictly custom-built offerings. Today, several vendors offer extensive product lines of embedded PCs of all sizes and configurations, and for diverse applications including industrial system monitoring, energy system control and more. Topics Covered What's happening in embedded PCs? Tech Discussed BOXER-6641 from AaeonADLINK Technology's Matrix series MVP-5100-MXMEPC-T4286 from AdvantechLYNX-6110 from American Portwell TechnologyAxiomtek's eBOX640-521-FLASB200-918 series from IbaseKontron's KBox B-202-CFLLanner's LEC-7242Helix 500 from OnLogicSintrones' ABOX-5210GPL-50030 from WIN EnterpriseWINSYSTEMS’ SYS-ITX-N-3900 For many years, the mid- to high-end of embedded computing revolved around single-board computers (SBCs). But a decade or so ago, a new class of computing solution emerged—the notion of an enclosed, integrated computing system to which system integrators could link their interfaces. Many such systems used to be common as custom-built units, but vendors shifted to offering them as off-the-shelf products. These systems are called a number of names including industrial PCs, rugged stand-alone box systems and embedded PCs. These systems are attractive to system developers that want a high-level of integration to start with—so that don't have to deal with making different SBCs and I/O boards work together, for example. Attempting to keep this Datasheet roundup focused was a challenge because box-level embedded computing has grown into a broad category of products. With that in mind, the representative products included in this article's product gallery is restricted to embedded PCs in the literal sense of systems with PC-architecture computing (Intel or AMD processing) and Windows OS support. The gallery also excludes box-level systems that are marketed as application-specific systems—aimed at vehicles, digital signage,
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Embedded PCs (2020)

by Jeff Child time to read: 2 min