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Tiny rugged COM runs Yocto on Cortex-A7, offers secure boot

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Ka-Ro’s “TX6UL” is an SODIMM-style COM that runs Linux on an i.MX6 UltraLite, supports industrial temperatures, and offers 4GB eMMC and secure boot options.

Considering all the announcements of i.MX6 UltraLite based computer-on-modules over the summer, one might think that Ka-Ro’s TX6UL is behind the times. Not at all. Freescale’s IoT-oriented Cortex-A7 UltraLite SoC won’t ship in volume until 4Q 2015, at which point the TX6UL will be ready to roll, complete with Yocto Linux and dual development kit options, says Ka-Ro.

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