Artila: Cortex-A5 based industrial embedded Linux computer for remote device monitoring

Artila Electronics releases its Matrix-700, a Cortex-A5 based industrial embedded Linux computer.  Matrix-700 comes fanless with long term stability, faster flash memory, flexible input / output function and smaller dimension, etc., powered by a ATMEL 536MHz ATSAMA5D35 Cortex-A5 CPU which is equipped with 512MB SDRAM, 8MB Flash and especially suitable for 24/7/365 non-stop running for unmanned application environment.  The industrial embedded Linux computer features one Gigabit and one 10/100Mbps Ethernet port, two USB 2.0 high speed (480Mbps) host ports, four software configurable RS-232 / 485 serial ports, one microSD socket, one USB client port which can be powered directly and function as console.

Matrix-700 is shipped with Linux kernel 3.18.x and file system plus many software utilities such as web server, PHP, python, MySQL and SQLite.  Users can download the Toolchain, Package Management.  User also can use apt-get to upgrade their toolchain via Ethernet.  Webmin is available in Matrix-700 and is ready for customer’s web-based application.  User can setup user accounts, Apache, DNS, file sharing and much more.

Low power consumption and high efficiency of the Linux kernel 3.18.x and file system make Matrix-700 an ideal light weight computing platform for device networking and remote monitoring.

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