Linux-Driven SMARC Module Supports Up to Five Time-Sensitive GbE Ports

November 26, 2018 Circuit Cellar Staff

Kontron invented the ULP-COM standard that formed the basis of the SMARC form factor, and it has delivered numerous SMARC modules over the years, including Arm products such as the Nvidia Tegra K1 based SMC-NTKE1. Now it has unveiled the first … Continue reading

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