Embedded Ready for Extremes - how rugged Embedded Computing solutions are built to keep going

Many industries benefit from, if not require, rugged electronics. Military and industrial use is obvious, but professionals in medical, oil and gas, science, transportation, and other industries also need hardware that stands up to punishing situations.

ADLINK has emerged as a leader in the rugged embedded computing field, thanks to the innovative solutions and a portfolio bolstered by strategic mergers and acquisitions, such as Ampro Computers, LiPPERT, PENTA, and PrismTech. ADLINK strategically adds manufacturers to its corporate umbrella in the ongoing pursuit of building a cohesive, broadly integrated web of tools and services for next-generation industrial and commercial computing needs. This is particularly applicable in the rugged market, where all hardware is created far from equal.

Learn more about it in this white paper.


 


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