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SECO Unveils 3.5″ Ryzen Embedded SBC, Docker-Compatible EDGEHOG OS Linux Distribution

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Separately from the hardware announcement, SECO has launched a Yocto-based, Docker-compatible Linux distribution called EDGEHOG OS and supporting containers, OTA updates, and remote management.

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COM Express modules showcase Ryzen R1000 and Epyc 3000

  • COM Express modules showcase Ryzen R1000 and Epyc 3000

    Seco’s “COMe-C89-CT6” COM Express Type 6 and “COMe-C42-BT7” Type 7 modules run Ubuntu or Win 10 on AMD’s Ryzen R1000 and Epyc 3000 SoCs, respectively. New ATX dev kits are also available.

    As part of Seco’s Embedded World announcement, which was headlined by a SBC-C90 SBC and Linux-based Edgehog distro. the Italian embedded firm announced two compute modules that run Ubuntu or Win 10. Like the SBC-C90, the new COMe-C89-CT6 COM Express Compact Type 6 module supports AMD’s Ryzen Embedded R1000. However, it lacks the SBC’s support for the beefier, up to quad-core Ryzen Embedded V1000. This is the first compute module we’ve seen that is dedicated solely to the dual-core R1000, although both the MEN Micro Basic Type 6 CB71C and Kontron Compact Type 6 COMe-cVR6 have added R1000 to their original V1000 support.

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