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Nexcom has expanded its range of industrial computer solutions with the launch of several embedded boards and systems that are based on the energy-efficient Intel Atom central-processing unit (CPU).

According to the company, embedded systems designers have long required a low-power Intel-architecture CPU that provides a sufficient performance capability for a range of applications.

Nexcom’s Intel Atom processor is intended to fulfil this role and enable many new embedded and mobile power-efficient applications to be considered.

The company has utilised Intel Atom-based technology in a number of its embedded computing platforms, including the ICES 170 ETX module, the ICES 270 Com-Express module and the EBC 340 3.5in (8.9cm) embedded CPU board.

In addition, the NISE 2000 range of fanless PCs has also been launched for applications that require a complete system-based solution.

The company claims that all platforms are based on the energy-efficient, cost-effective Intel Atom N270 1.6GHz processor and offer industrial-grade computing at a commercially acceptable cost.

In addition, the N270 CPU is included on Intel’s Embedded Roadmap and, therefore, offers extended lifetime support.

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