NetBurner’s ARM-Powered IoT System-on-Module Hits the Market

May 8, 2019 Laura Dolan

SAN DIEGO. CA. NetBurner, Inc. launched its MODM7AE70, an Arm-powered embedded Ethernet System-on-Module and associated development kit.

It is designed to be a scalable, tough, and high-functioning computing platform for embedded systems and the Internet of Things (IoT), simplifying the process of adding secure Ethernet connectivity to new designs or existing systems. It will support IoT applications for the manufacturing, energy, robotics, satellite communications, transportation, and automotive industries.

"Netburner has always been a pioneer in the Internet of Things," said Jonathan Cox, engineer at NetBurner. "Our new ARM-powered module draws from over 20 years of experience and was developed to provide our customers with an easy-to-use ARM-based solution so they may quickly and successfully build and scale sophisticated yet reliable embedded IoT applications, products and automated systems. Combined with the release of our latest custom Real-Time Operating System and Development Suite, and the addition of the new remote configuration system, it's never been easier to get your projects up and running. At Netburner we feel that our customers' success is the key to our success. Every new product release or update is made with this philosophy at heart."

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