It took less than twelve months from the initial idea for embedded NUC™ up to a published standard under the auspices of SGET and a ready to run eNUC-Box by ies. Person of interest: Martin Steger, Chairman of the standardization group for embedded NUC™ at the SGET and CEO of ies. He came up with the brilliant idea when he dealt extensively with Intel® NUC (Next Unit of Computing) and immediately recognized the potential of the form factor. The first version of the embedded NUC™ standard was developed in less than a year under the leadership of SGET.
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The very compact form factor (ca. 10 cm x 10 cm) found many supporters, for example for the production of a variable housing, within a very short time. "Whether applications for M2M or the Internet of Things - with our eNUC-Box based on the embedded NUC™ standard, we offer a powerful and cost-effective solution covering industry standards," says Martin Steger, adding proudly: "With ies we are at the forefront of the development and our team has practical experience with the new standard." Starting in 2014 ies has been offering the eNUC-Box or corresponding boards with Qseven- or SMARC modules and is considered a pioneer in the field of embedded NUC™.