LONDON Three more companies – Arbor, Axiomtek and Blue Chip Technology – have signed up to support version 3.0 of the ETX computer-on-module standard.
They join two companies – Aaeon and Seco- who went public earlier in the month while MSC, Evalue, and Adlink were initial supporters of this updated specification initiated by Kontron.
More providers of ETX modules also plan to support ETX 3.0 and are expected to go public soon.
Arbor Technology Corp. (Taiwan) has more than 10 years of embedded and networking expertise while Axiomtek (Taiwan) was founded in 1990. Blue Chip Technology (Chester, U.K.) was founded in 1986 and is a manufacturer of single board computers, data acquisition modules and industrial computer systems.