How to perform high end Edge Computing with embedded systems based on COMe Type 7 Modules

Many companies do not want to see their entire production data and know-how to be stored and processed outside the companies’premises. The proven solution to this challenge are approaches like edge and fog computing. However edge and fog applications demand strongly increasing computing power. Traditional server approaches cannot provide the required robustness for operation in harsh industrial environments.

In this webinar you will learn how modular systems based on the well-established and tested COM Express modules provide an efficient solution. We will introduce the new Type 7 variant, which for first time satisfies the demands for embedded high performance computing (eHPC).


  • October 26th, 2017



  • Irene Hahner is Product Manager for Computer-on-Modules. Started as software developer for real time operating systems – since 2002 Product Manager at Kontron,  during the years responsible for various product portfolios – in  current position responsible for different COM Express form factors.



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