TEL AVIV, Israel, April 19, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- SolidRun Ltd. (www.solid-run.com), a cutting-edge developer and manufacturer of powerful, energy-efficient SoMs (System on Modules), industrial PCs and mini-computers, announced the first member of its new Intel-based SolidPC Q4 family, the world's smallest Braswell-based Single Board Computer (SBC). Designed for fast, flexible IoT system implementations, the computer provides powerful x86 computing capabilities, combined with rich connectivity features.
At 100mm x 80mm, the SolidPC Q4 is intended to provide outstanding form-factor flexibility for a wide range of applications, including mission-critical IoT systems, 4K video analytics, point of sales and digital signage.
"We are pleased to be the first to offer an E8000-based board to the market with our SolidPC Q4," said Dr. Atai Ziv, SolidRun' CEO. "Offering feature-rich, high quality design and production standards with an attractive price allows us to serve a wide array of market segments, including makers, integrators and developers."
The SolidPC Q4 is equipped with Dual HDMI 4K Display and DisplayPort interfaces, three USB-3.0 Host ports, Dual GigE LAN interfaces, MicroSD interface, headphone and microphone ports, and an infrared receiver, and is extendable via its miniPCIe and M.2 connectors.
Established in 2010, SolidRun is a global leading developer and manufacturer of powerful, energy-efficient System on Modules (SoMs) and mini computers. SolidRun's innovative ARM and Intel based embedded architectures are simple, compact, and include comprehensive software packages, drivers and support for major operating systems. Investing in software as one of its key differentiators, SolidRun is a proud member of the OSS community and strongly believes in its principles.
For more information about SolidRun, please contact:
Ilya Viten, Sales Director
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