LONDON DFI-ACP, a motherboard manufacturer based in Taiwan, has appointed Amplicon as distributor of its range of Industrial Motherboards which come in ATX, Micro-ATX and Mini-ITX form factors.
Commercial motherboards typically have a very short life cycle, often as little as 6 months, during which time there will be many revisions. This is can be unacceptable for industrial applications, where repeatability is important as change means high costs in redevelopment of software, and affects plug-in or attached hardware functionality.
DFI-ACP industrial motherboards provide longer life cycles with revision control. The company's commitment to complete revision control means that before any component change can occur, the customer’s approval must be sought in advance.