Rugged embedded computer for vetronics and shipboard electronics introduced by Comark

MEDFIELD, Mass., 9 July 2013. Comark Corp. in Medfield, Mass., is introducing the next generation of its EnduraNode series embedded computer with Intel’s 3rd generation i5/i7 processing options for military vetronics and shipboard electronics.

Posted by John Keller
Posted by John Keller

MEDFIELD, Mass., 9 July 2013. Comark Corp. in Medfield, Mass., is introducing the next generation of its EnduraNode series embedded computer with Intel’s 3rd generation i5/i7 processing options for military vetronics and shipboard electronics.

The EnduraNode embedded computer is built with in high-performance, low-power processing options to ensure long life availability, while still being affordable for embedded applications, Comark officials say.

The computer has been tested to meet the requirements of IEC60945, with type approval for marine applications expected this summer. All electronics are conformal coated to protect against moisture.

The EnduraNode supports as much as 16 gigabytes RAM, with options for DVD, PCI Express, and Legacy PCI expansion slots, and operates on either AC or DC vehicle input power.

“Our next generation EnduraNode Embedded Computer provides our customers with a current-technology rugged computer that meets the requirements of marine and vehicle environments and compliments our display product line,” says Keith Vreeland, Comark's business development manager.

For more information contact Comark online at www.comarkcorp.com.

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