Data sheet: Impact-E low-power embedded computer from Amplicon
Impact-E data sheet
The Impact-E PCIe from Amplicon is a compact, low-power embedded PC featuring the Intel D525 Atom processor. The computer is assembled and tested within a lean manufacturing environment under ISO 9001.
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As with standard desktops and laptops, protection from viruses, malicious users and general malware is of paramount importance for embedded devices. Additionally, you many need to preserve the runtime images of embedded systems by protecting them against write operations; because Windows Embedded Standard 7 is based on Windows 7, depending on your configuration, many of the same security vulnerabilities will apply.
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