This 15-inch, wall-mountable LCD Panel Computer is built for factory automation, facility monitoring, machine automation and environmental monitoring. It runs on a VIA Eden 667 MHz processor mounted on a 3.5-inch embedded board, and has a 512MB memory capacity in a 144-pin SO-DIMM socket. It has a Realtek 8139 C PCI PnP Base-T Ethernet controller, and a VGA controller with up to 32 MB of shared memory handles the display. It has a 4-Wire resistive touch screen, three RS-232 ports and an optional PCMCIA slot for wireless communications. It also has a 16-bit PC/104 extension connector, onboard CompactFlash Type-1 socket, and optional 2.5-inch hard drive. It is available in North America for immediate delivery, starting at $1,500.
In a move that strengthens its 3D design business, Stratasys continued a 15-month buying spree this week by announcing its plan to acquire GrabCAD, a provider of a cloud-based collaboration environment for engineers.
Many diverse markets take advantage of semiconductor IP; so many that no one can recite the entire list without leaving off several. So why do we track all the vertical markets? They all have a unique set of requirements and value attributes differently. One major vertical market segment is automotive.
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