NORCO intros embedded PCs for digital signage

 
Sept. 12, 2012

NORCO, a manufacturer of embedded PCs and an associate member of the Intel Intelligent Systems Alliance, announced it has released two ARM platform-based embedded PC models designed for digital signage, as well as network security and industrial automation applications.

NORCO's BIS-6370 is an embedded box PC based on the Marvell ARMv5TE processor with onboard 512MB DDRII RAM and 1Gb NAND Flash; and a 6x10/100/1000Mbps network interface, 5xLAN, 1xWAN. This embedded PC can be widely used in such applications as VPN, flow control, network firewall and other network platforms, the company said.

The BIS-6380 is an embedded computing system solution based on ARM Cortex-A8 1.2GHz and Freescale i.MX53 series CPU. It offers ultra-low power SoC and I/O solutions with more OS options including including Android/Linux2.6/Windows Embedded Compact 7, supporting 1080p HD Display and OpenGL ES2.0 and OpenVG1.1 hardware acceleration, onboard 1GB DDR3 Memory and 4GB iNAND flash, making it a suitable hardware solution in digital signage and self-service, as well as in automobile, medical and industrial automation, the company said.

Read more about digital signage hardware.


Topics: Hardware

Companies: Intel Corporation


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