September 2011

Dear customer,

I guess one way of explaining legacy is that no matter how advanced the train technology is, it still has to be able to travel on the existing, old-fashioned tracks. And then again sometimes there is a need for a bigger leap involving laying out new tracks to leave the legacy behind and move forward completely.

I hope you enjoy this issue of Bits & Pieces!

Magnus Fritzson
Market Communications Manager


Legacy challenges in embedded computing

Legacy challenges in embedded computing

Legacy is a challenge including the need for adaptation to, compatibility with and considerations for the parts of the system that remain and have to be integrated and work with the new processor platform when the existing platform has gone end-of-life.

This text is based on Hectronic’s experience from our customer’s situation and legacy requirements as well as our strategies to fulfill the requirements and to offer embedded computing products that work over product generations.

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Improved product search

Product search - Processor and temperature range

Browse products based on the processor and the specified operating temperature range. Accessible trough shortcuts on the top of the main product page.
Main product page »

Our project process

ISO 9001 certified development process

Every development project is managed in accordance with an established ISO 9001 certified project process. This a brief description of the process.
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Qseven and new Intel® Atom™

Hectronic H6055 - Qseven module with Intel Atom E6XX

The H6055 Qseven module is based on the new Intel® Atom™ Processor E6XX series.
H6055 Product Page »

Fanless Box PC
- Intel® Atom™

Fanless Box PC with Intel Atom D525

• Intel Atom D525, dual core
• 4xUSB 2.0, 3xCOM ports
• CF slot,PCI E. Mini Card slot
eBOX620-801-FL page »

Welcome to meet with us in booth 19 at ECS 2011, October 4-5. Hectronic will give two presentations:
• Ultra compact COM modules
• Customized system level solutions
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