Embedded computer from VersaLogic features compact design

June 28, 2016
Measuring just slightly larger than a credit card, the VersaLogic Osprey embedded computer combines processor, memory, video, and system I/O.  

Measuring just slightly larger than a credit card, the VersaLogic Osprey embedded computer combines processor, memory, video, and system I/O. The Osprey embedded processing unit was designed to meet the military, avionic, and medical industries' evolving requirements for smaller, lighter, and more powerful embedded systems. It features a 4th generation Intel Atom Bay Trail Processor, dual GigE ports, up to 4 GB RAM, one USB 3.0 port, four USB 2.0 ports, SATA, and dual Mini PCIe socket with mSATA support. Osprey is available in single-, dual-, and quad-core models, with the single-core being suitable for lower-cost, lower-power systems, while the quad-core would be ideal for UAV video applications, according to VersaLogic.

To Learn More:

Contact:VersaLogic Corp.
Headquarters: Tualatin, OR, USA
Product: Osprey embedded processing unit
Key Features: 4th generation Intel Atom Bay Trail Processor, dual GigE ports, up to 4 GB RAM, one USB 3.0 port, four USB 2.0 ports, SATA, and dual Mini PCIe socket.

What VersaLogic says:
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