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Starting at 19 Euros / 26 USD: New Colibri VFxxx


Friday, June 21, 2013

Icon for ColibriStarting at 19 Euros, Colibri VFxxx will be the most cost effective ARM computer module ever introduced to the embedded market. Based on Freescale’s Vybrid processor family, we expect to ship first samples to customers in beginning of Q4/2013.

Cloud Services in Windows Embedded Compact 2013 on Multi-Core Systems


Wednesday, February 13, 2013

WindowsAt Embedded World we will be hosting a presentation entitled ‘Cloud Services in Windows Embedded Compact 2013 on Multi-Core Systems’. Come along to Hall 5 - Booth 340 at 12:00 on Wednesday 27th and see how Windows Embedded Compact 2013 and the Toradex Cloud library are perfect building blocks to drastically reduce development risk, optimize for cost, and minimize time-to-market.

New Toradex Colibri Windows CE BSP and Images V4.2beta1 available


Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Icon for ColibriToradex have released a new beta version of the Windows CE 5 and Windows Embedded Compact 6 images and BSPs. The new V4.2beta1 version addresses a few bugs and includes the latest Microsoft Windows CE updates.

Release of the Colibri Evaluation Carrier Board (V3.1A)


Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Carrier BoardToradex has announced the release of the Colibri Evaluation Board (V3.1A) – a flexible development environment for evaluating the functionality and performance of the entire Colibri computer on module product family.

The Sky’s the Limit with the Toradex Cloud Library


Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Cloud Library IconDevices are becoming more complex. Systems are becoming more interconnected. As this trend continues, so do the hardware and software development challenges that face engineers.

ARM Symposium 2012 in Bangalore


Wednesday, December 5, 2012

On the 5thNovember, several engineers from our India office attended the ARM Symposium 2012 in Bangalore. They showcased our Colibri family of computer on module products, and gave many visitors an overview of Toradex as a key provider of embedded ARM computer modules.