New RTX Open Standard Form Factor for Rugged Computer-On-Module Development- Supported by Advantech, AAEON, Avalue, ARM, NXP and Texas Instruments
Miller Chang, VP of Advantech Embedded Computing Group, said that rugged applications will be one of the main streams of IoT implementation. “It’s challenging to design a rugged platform in a compact size with strong mechanical characteristics. RTX is an innovative technology for ARM-based computer-on-modules; that’s why we worked closely with our partners and peers to define and publicize the RTX open standard. We believe that ARM-based applications will be used extensively in the coming IoT era,” Miller said.
As innovators in the global embedded market, Advantech, AAEON, ARM, Avalue, NXP and TI are continuing to focus on developing leading technologies. The launch of the open standard RTX form factor for rugged and harsh applications unleashes the full potential of ARM-based processors for low-power, high-performance, fanless applications, and more stable and reliable intelligent computing. Its standardized and flexible design makes it ideal for military, transportation, mining, and heavy industry solutions.
Advantech, AAEON, ARM, Avalue, NXP and TI, are committed to breaking through the limitations of traditional, ARM-based computer-on-module design to provide more viable choices for all kinds of rugged-environment applications.