The future starts now: Next generation Computer-on-Modules

With the release of two new specifications from the standardization bodies PICMG and SGET, there are significant improvements happening right now to simplify the design of next generation carrier-grade network equipment, cloud services based on embedded edge and fog servers as well as IoT devices. Boards & Solutions spoke with Dirk Finstel, Executive Vice President Global Module Computer Product Segment with ADLINK,- to get the latest insights from one of the originators of these standards.

Interview with Dirk Finstel, ADLINK Technology


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