We Are Attending Embedded World 2019

Embedded World 2019

We are delighted to announce our attendance at Embedded World 2019 in Nuremberg at Hall 3 Booth 3-141 from 26th – 28th February 2019.

During the show, we’ll give live demo of our newly launched product Inforce 6560(https://bit.ly/2FHXjQS) and  also of Inforce 6640(https://bit.ly/2WvUaJa). Our other revolutionary products would also be available for static display.

A sneak peek on our products available for live demos

Inforce 6560™ – The Inforce 6560™ SBC is available in the standard pico-iTX form factor without compromising on direct access to an extensive set of I/Os including USB-C with UltraHD display capability. Our solutions are contemporary, reflecting the aspirations of our company. The heterogeneous compute capabilities of the Inforce 6560 platform provide product makers the tools to easily migrate intelligence from the cloud to the edge. The flexibility to offload tasks across the various cores also opens up vast opportunities for audio, video and sensor analytics, which can be used across connected cameras, home hubs, drones/robotics and XR as well as industrial IoT and smart cities.

Inforce 6640™ – Inforce 6640 is the computing industry’s first commercial single board computer based on the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 820 processor, is made for advanced and high-end embedded devices. Inforce 6640 provides an optimal experience in connectivity, performance, power, and graphic capabilities required for virtual/augmented reality, healthcare, gaming, 4K video collaboration, cameras, and Internet of Things.

The embedded world Exhibition & Conference(https://www.embedded-world.de/en) is the world’s leading meeting place for the embedded community. Here experienced developers come together to share their knowledge and help others to turn ideas and innovations into real products.

Jagat Acharya, CEO at Inforce Computing said “Inforce is delighted to announce our attendance at Embedded World 2019 later this year. This is an excellent platform for us to showcase our revolutionary product range to the world. We welcome you all onto our booth in February.”

What you can expect

During this event, we will be displaying newly launched product, performing out live demos and showcasing static demos as well.

  • Live demo of newly launched Inforce 6560 SBC (Demo at Booth Area)- A Pico-ITX SBC based on Snapdragon™ 660 SoC with stereoscopic depth sensing and deep Learning capabilities
  • Live Demo of Inforce 6640 SBC (Demo at Booth Area)- A compact SBC based on Qualcomm’s® latest Snapdragon™ 820 processor for advanced embedded applications
  • Static display of Inforce SoMs and SBCs

Our Mission

Our mission is to give customers the power to innovate and compete through unique embedded compute platform solutions and services to help revolutionize the way we view the world.

Inforce Computing® is at the bleeding edge of modern embedded computing design and a leading developer of high-performance production-ready ARM® ISA based hardware platforms for real life applications. Enhanced by key partnerships with companies such as Qualcomm® Inc. and Cavium® Networks, Inforce designs and manufactures Cavium and Snapdragon™ processor-based ingenious system-on-modules (SOMs), single board computers (SBCs), and development kits. Inforce’s hardware platforms come in eco-aware, low-profile and tiny footprints, and are available off-the-shelf to serve growing markets enabled by the next generation of connected devices. With these miniature platforms, Inforce’s OEM customers design cutting-edge devices for applications in sophisticated medical imaging, videoconferencing/collaboration, AR/VR based hands-free computing, industrial internet-of-everything, commercial drones and robotics. Together with our silicon, software and system partners, Inforce® is pioneering products with an optimized delivery model for emerging markets.

Catch Us at Embedded World 2019

If you are also attending this event, reach out, and we can catch up! We would love to have you at our booth. To register for a visit, go to: http://www.inforcecomputing.com/blog/inforce-computing-embedded-world-2019/.

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