Toradex engineers will be presenting their latest computer on module â€“ the Colibri T30 incorporating the NVIDIAÂ® Tegraâ„˘ 3 - at the upcoming RTECC shows in Vancouver (Canada) and Seattle (USA).
Online PR News – 17-October-2012 – Horw, Switzerland – Toradex engineers will be presenting their latest computer on module â€“ the Colibri T30 incorporating the NVIDIAÂ® Tegraâ„˘ 3 - at the upcoming RTECC shows in Vancouver (Canada) and Seattle (USA).
If you visit their stand at either of these shows you will also have a chance to win one of eight Performance Kits up for grabs. The kits include a Pico-ITX carrier board and are powered by the dual core Colibri T20 computer on module, based on the NVIDIAÂ® Tegraâ„˘ 2 processor.
The shows also present an opportunity to talk with Toradex engineers in person and find out more about a wide range of products from the company. Highlights of what Toradex will be exhibiting include:
- The Colibri Family of computer on modules (CPUs from 208MHz up to 1GHz Quad Core ARMÂ® Cortex A9)
- The Colibri Cloud Library which gives easy access to cloud based storage and messaging services
- Open GL 2.0 ES User Interface Frameworks including the UI Composer from NVIDIAÂ®, the EB Guide and Silverlight.
- The Oak USB Sensor and Interface Family
RTECC Seattle takes place on November 6 at the Seattle Airport Marriott Hotel. RTECC Vancouver takes place on November 13 at the Delta Vancouver Airport Hotel.
Founded in Switzerland, today the Toradex network stretches across the world. Its direct sales model and local service approach puts Toradex in regular contact with more than 3,000 customers around the globe. Toradex supplies embedded computer modules for demanding applications and offers premium support service to help its customers rapidly bring product to market. Toradexâ€™s strategic vision and long term orientation makes it the company of choice for ambitious and creative people.
Toradex products are deployed within a diverse range of markets and industries. Typical industries include: automotive, medical devices, laboratory equipment, point of sales, gaming machines, navigation systems, musical instruments, machine control, virtual reality simulation, digital signage, traffic control systems, building automation, security systems, robotics, process control and auto pilots.
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Meet our engineers at
- ARM Technology Symposium 2012, Bangalore, India, November 5, 2012
- RTECC Seattle, USA, November 6, 2012
- RTECC Vancouver BC, Canada, November 13, 2012
- sps ipc drives, Nuremberg, Germany, November 27-29, 2012
- embedded world, Nuremberg, Germany, February 26-28, 2013