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Industrial

PICMG ModBlox7™: An Open, Flexible Standard for the Growing Industrial Box PC Market - Story

September 20, 2022

Industrial box PCs are some of the most common electronic systems in the world. In virtually every harsh environment or heavy industry use case that leverages electronics, chances are you’ll find an industrial box PC nearby. And their popularity is growing, as DIN rail mount box IPCs are becoming the solution of choice for companies looking to extend enterprise networks into connected factory and manufacturing environments.

IoT

COM-HPC Integrates IPMI to Improve QoS for Edge Servers - Blog

September 28, 2021

PICMG launched a COM-HPC interface specification for the management of embedded systems platforms. The goal is to help edge server engineers manage systems remotely. For example, if a system is hung up, an IT administrator can hit reset with the same effect as if he had gone to a factory floor or other site. The specification targets edge computer designs based on COM-HPC Computer-on-Modules with a view to simplifying maintenance and improving quality of service.

Open Source

COM-HPC PMI - Blog

July 21, 2021

The PICMG COM-HPC team has met another key milestone. The Platform Management Interface (PMI) specification has been ratified and published! This marks the first time that platform management capabilities are defined for a Computer-on-Module standard. PMI enables critical edge server requirements including reliability, availability, maintainability, and safety (RAMS). COM-HPC® IPMI is an addendum to the COM-HPC open standard, which provides a framework of platform management features for COM-HPC modules. The framework is intended to guide how to achieve interoperability between COM-HPC modules from different vendors and combinations of carrier boards. In addition to targeting an intelligent platform management interface, this specification also touches on Redfish implementation.

Processing

PICMG: Full-Speed Ahead in 2020 - Story

March 17, 2020

Engagement among our 130 members continues to increase, resulting in a robust com?munity dedicated to developing and promoting open specifications for embedded computing.

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