Laurence Marchini, Editor, writes:
We see from your search that you're looking for information on the term "EBX", and we have a large number of manufacturers' news releases and technical articles here on Electronicstalk which will be of interest. Let me be your guide.
Start with the news release Pentium-based SBCs go to extremes from VersaLogic Corp, which we summarised at the time by saying "Single board computers combine high performance with maximum reliability, guaranteed 5-year availability, RoHS compliance and tolerance for extreme conditions". Earlier in the week, we featured the news release Linux package speeds embedded design from VersaLogic Corp: "Package is based on the popular Debian Linux OS, which has been configured for easy installation and support of the Python's hardware features".
In September 2007, we covered the news from Ampro Computers concerning its LittleBoard 620 - take a look at EBX board extends legacy applications which says: "RoHS- and EBX-compliant 5.25in SBC offers new life for designs based on obsolete boards".
Take a look also at the news release from VersaLogic Corp, SBC comes with wide range of interfaces, as well as Embedded board boasts top-end PC features from Datasound Laboratories, and Single-board computer for embedded applications from VersaLogic Corp.
New SBC-GX533 Windows CE 5.0 development kit (July 2006)
Arcom's SBC-GX533 development kit for Windows CE 5.0 includes a pre-built Windows CE image, allowing new users to begin application work immediately
EPIC board scores with flexible processor support (July 2006)
Axiomtek has released a new low power EPIC form factor SBC, the EP811, which features an Intel 852GM with ICH4 chipset
Kit speeds XP Embedded development (June 2006)
Developing Windows XP Embedded applications on the SBC-GX533 single board computer becomes faster and easier with Arcom's latest embedded development kit
Geode based kit comes with compact Linux image (June 2006)
Linux development kit provides a low cost and easy way of developing a very wide range of applications and running them on targets that are robust, stable, secure and licence free
Embedded board extends Geode roadmap (March 2006)
A next-generation board based on the AMD Geode GX CPU is set to continue the processor's success story in embedded long-life low-power fanless computing