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Industrial IoT gateway runs Yocto Linux on quark

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Advantech’s “UNO-1252G” is a rugged IoT gateway that runs Yocto Linux on an Intel Quark, and offers isolated serial and DIO ports, plus mini-PCIe expansion.

We’ve seen a variety of Internet of Things gateways that run Yocto Project Linux or Wind River’s Yocto-based Wind River IDP XT on Intel’s low-power (10W) Quark processor, and they’re all fairly distinctive. Like Advantech’s UBC-221, its new UNO-1252G is a less feature rich device than the Aaeon AIOT-X1000 or Adlink’s Matrix MXE-100i or top-of-the-line Matrix MXE-200i.

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