MSC joins Intel’s Embedded Building Blocks initiative

21 JUNE 2011

MSC Vertriebs GmbH has joined the new Embedded Building Blocks initiative launched by Intel®. The objective of this initiative is to offer system integrators and resellers the opportunity to easily enter the embedded computing market using existing standardized modules with baseboard kits and suitable housings. Compact and robust industrial computer systems for various requirements, such as in industrial automation, can be constructed with the prefabricated Embedded Building Blocks. In this way, integrators can construct individual systems that are quick to deliver and cost-effective, can be used flexible and can be extended at any time. The Embedded Building Blocks provides scalable platforms: MSC Vertriebs GmbH offers its COM Express™ modules and standard baseboards as well as Mini-ITX enclosures from DSM Computer GmbH. A total of seven COM Express™ module variations, based on various Intel® processor types, are currently offered by MSC. These range from powerful second generation Intel® Core™ i3, i5 and i7 processors, each with dual-core, to power-saving Intel® Atom™ Z5x0 processors.
Wolfgang Eisenbarth, Marketing Manager Embedded Computer Technology at MSC Vertriebs GmbH, said: “Based on our many years of experience in the embedded computer market, we offer an extremely broad range of COM Express™ platforms in combination with a variety of baseboards. All components – even in large quantities – are manufactured here in Germany.”

MSC Vertriebs GmbH

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