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Bringing up WinCE on Colibri VF50 and VF61


Thursday, December 26, 2013

Icon for ColibriWe are very pleased to announce that Toradex has released the first Windows Embedded Compact image for the Colibri VF50 as well as the Colibri VF61 modules. The images are the first alpha versions and were released more as a way to give early-adopters a chance to test and develop their software on the Vybrid platform.

Tegra Windows CE 6 and WEC 7 Version 1.2 beta 2 Image is now available for download


Thursday, December 19, 2013

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 We are pleased to announce Windows CE 6 and Windows Embedded Compact 7 beta 2 Image V1.2 for our Tegra module familes.

Colibri VF50, VF61 Linux Images V2.1 Beta 2 now Available


Monday, December 16, 2013

LinuxWe are pleased to announce version 2.1 beta 2 release of the Colibri VF50/VF61 Linux BSPs for our Freescale Vybrid based ARM computer on modules.

Documentation update: Ixora Carrier Board


Monday, December 9, 2013

Icon for ApalisWe are delighted to be releasing more documentation on the Ixora carrier board. We have recently uploaded Design Guides, Application Notes, and Mechanical models on our developer website, for all you developers and designers out there. 

Announcement: Qt 4.8.4 on Windows CE 7 for Toradex Modules


Thursday, December 5, 2013

Icon for QtWe are pleased to announce the release of the first beta version of QT 4.8.4 SDK, customized for Windows Embedded Compact 7 for various Toradex computer modules, viz. the Colibri T20 and T30, along with the Colibri VF50, and the Apalis T30. Now you can start building fancy, engaging, and graphics-rich applications with higher efficiency and cross-platform capabilities along with major reduction in development time.

Toradex Cloud Library: an Introduction


Friday, November 29, 2013

Cloud Library IconThis is the age of interconnection. Take any new product and you will be sure to come across options to make it more connected to your surroundings. The Internet of Things phenomena is ample proof of an age where everything is connected to everything else. Needless to say, today’s devices are also becoming more and more complex. This complexity best reflects itself in the mélange of hardware and software challenges that come with designing such complex devices.