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Join Axiomtek at COMPUTEX Taipei 2012 and See Their Newest Solutions

23rd May 2012
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Axiomtek would like to invite you to 2012 COMPUTEX held in Taipei, Taiwan from June 5 to 9 (Tue to Sat). Come see us at booth# K429a in Nangang Exhibition Hall and check out our three solutions focused on 'Power Utility', 'Transportation' and 'Digital Signage' applications along with more 2nd and 3rd Generation Intel Core processors based solutions.
Axiomtek is dedicated to develop a series of leading OPS signage players all-in-one digital signage systems. The OPS series is Intel OPS compliant players and can be easily plugged into any OPS-compliant display via a standardized JAE TX-25 plug connector. You can't miss the newest 3rd Generation Intel Core OPS module - OPS870 at our booth!

See the real transportation live demo at Axiomtek booth! Axiomtke's eMark certified tBOX311-820-FL vehicle-centric fanless embedded system & GOT-808-801 8.5 IP66-rated vehicle touch panel computer, and EN50155 certified tBOX320-852-FL railway-centric fanless embedded system, are designed to perfectly work in intersection traffic control, mobile surveillance, in-railway passenger entertainment, fleet management and many industrial/embedded fields.

Check out how Axiomtek's toughest embedded solutions make integration a breeze for critical infrastructure in substation and wind & solar power plant! We have the eBOX620-801-FL-D fanless rugged embedded system, the GOT-3156TL-830 15-inch fanless touch panel computer, the EX87000 series managed Gigabit Ethernet switch and the SE5300 series serial device server.

Find out Axiomtek's rBOX series DIN-rail robust fanless embedded field controllers featuring isolated port design, CAN bus, and AXView software. In addition, Axiomtek launches various kinds of new embedded platforms and network appliances which are the 2nd/3rd Generation Intel Core i7//i5/i3 processors and latest AMD G-Series/R-Series based solutions.

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