Toradex announces Hardware Partner Program

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27 January 2016, Horw, Switzerland: Toradex announced its new initiative: Hardware Partner Program. The intention of this program is to offer Toradex customers an ecosystem of third party hardware that is compatible with its ARM-based System on Modules (SOMs). Currently, the program includes Carrier Boards, Carrier Board and Display combos, and Panel PCs.

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Toradex’s extensive free design resources and service partner network make it fast and simple to create a customized carrier board. However, off-the-shelf solutions may be more desirable in cases where especially fast time-to-market and low development cost are required. The new Hardware Partner Program supplements Toradex’s own Customized Single Board Computers offering and further expands the off-the-shelf solutions that are available to its customers. Stephan  Dubach, CEO, Toradex adds,  “Toradex is committed to offer a complete ecosystem of hardware and software that complements its robust ARM-based System on Modules. We already have a successful service partner program, which includes third party companies who can help our customers with their software and hardware services. The new Hardware Partner Program will supplement our existing hardware ecosystem by offering more choices of off-the-shelf hardware to our customers, and thus help them in speedy project development.”.

The entire list of third party hardware is available at https://www.toradex.com/support/partner-network/hardware.

 

About Toradex

Toradex is a Swiss-based company offering ARM-based System on Modules (SOMs) and Customized SBCs. Powered by NXP/Freescale i.MX 6, i.MX 7 & Vybrid, and NVIDIA Tegra processors, the pin- compatible SOMs offer scalability in terms of price, performance, power consumption, and I/Os. Complemented with direct online sales and long-term product availability,

Toradex offers direct local premium support and ex-stock availability in locations such as Switzerland, USA, India, Brazil, China, and Japan.

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