NetBurner Launches New System-on-Module for IoT, Embedded Systems
The users can deploy NetBurner’s new system-on-module for a range of applications in automation, IoT, IIoT, fog computing, edge computing and communications
NetBurner, Inc., robust, easy-to-use Internet of Things (IoT) and embedded networking solutions, launched a new ARM-powered NetBurner embedded Ethernet system-on-module and related development kit.
The new system-on-module (MODM7AE70) is a robust, scalable and high-performing computing platform for the IoT and embedded systems. The latest offering accelerates innovation and makes it simple to add secure Ethernet connectivity to new designs or existing systems.
The new system-on-module offers support for a range of IoT applications in various industries including energy, manufacturing, robotics, satellite communications, automotive and transportation.
Easy-to-use ARM-based solution
Briefing about the product, Jonathan Cox, Engineering Program Manager, NetBurner, said, “Our new ARM-powered module draws from over 20 years of experience, and was developed to provide our customers with an easy-to-use ARM-based solution so they may quickly and successfully build and scale sophisticated yet reliable embedded IoT applications, products and automated systems,” said Cox.
“Combined with the release of our latest custom Real-Time Operating System and Development Suite, and the addition of the new remote configuration system, it’s never been easier to get your projects up and running.”
“At NetBurner, we feel that our customers’ success is the key to our success. Every new product release or update is made with this philosophy at heart,” he added.
The users can deploy new system-on-module for a range of applications in automation, IoT, Industrial IoT (IIoT), fog computing, edge computing, communications and for general device interfacing and networking.
The product provides a variety of features such as an optimised RTOS, high-speed serial peripherals, 10/100 MBPS Ethernet, analog and digital data converters and I/O, real-time clocks and timers, and even image processing and Digital Signal Processing (DSP) capabilities.
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