A distribution agreement has been entered by the Avnet Embedded with TechNexion for gaming, digital signage, multimedia streaming and advertising
Avnet Embedded is a division of Avnet Electronics Marketing Americas, a business region of
TechNexion's low-cost, high-value embedded System-on-Modules and systems to its original equipment manufacturer customer base has now been provided by the Avnet Embedded.
A wide range of embedded boards and system-on-modules following the popular Embedded Design Modules standard and featuring ARM-based processors from
The original design manufacturer engineers with easy-to-use EDM evaluation kits, consists of sourcecode and demo versions of Linux, Yocto and Android and include detailed high-quality documentation, schematics and application implementation examples to alleviate engineers at ODMs quickly implement and take advantage of the latest technology in their end equipment.is supplied by the TechNexion. TechNexion is an advocate of open hardware and open source software,
Industries using TechNexion products include ODM/OEM, automation and process control, gaming, digital signage, multimedia streaming and advertising, communications, network communication, and security, the announcement said.
According to Marcel vandenHeuvel, managing director of TechNexion, "By bringing our products to Avnet Embedded's wide technology product portfolio and integration expertise, we expect to enable a greatly expanded customer base that is looking for modular solutions and our EDM based product lines. Together with Avnet Embedded, we can enable more OEMs to find cost-effective embedded computer solutions without having to sacrifice quality."
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