Powerful COM Express module pushes massive Ethernet throughput into the Embedded Market

The COMe-bBD6 is the most powerful COM Express on the market today. Kontron was the first vendor to maximize the Intel Xeon capabilities of a pure server headless design with high performance supported by 12-16 core processor.  It is based on the COM Express Specification Type6 but additional Interfaces, not yet hosted by an official standard. Kontron is making its mark in various industries that need to create server applications, especially in IoT environments. 

Please join Kontron Senior Product Manager Georg Vogl as he explains the intricacies of this power packed COM express, only available through Kontron. Georg Vogl will also describe how best to use the COMe-bBD6 as well as describe the environments in which it is most suitable.

 

Speaker:

 

  • Georg Vogl, Product Manager, since 1999 at Kontron and active in embedded computer technology,


 


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