AAEON Exhibits Its Latest & Greatest at Embedded World 20162016-02-22
Come to Booth 1-310!
(Taipei, Taiwan) February 22, 2016 —AAEON®, a major developer of industrial computing solutions, will showcase a wide arrayof products for the burgeoning IoT paradigm at Embedded World 2016 in Nuremberg from February 23 – 25, 2016.
From modules to boards of varying form factors, embedded to rugged handheld devices, AAEON will be presenting its newest products featuring 6th Generation Intel® Core™ Processors and N3000 processors that are designed around the IoT ecosystem, allowing users to quickly and effortlessly adopt this groundbreaking concept. In addition, some of AAEON’s unique design features, such as the board-to-board interface for easy customization, will also be showcased.
A press conference entitled “UP – the ‘Game Changer’ in Embedded and IoT- and its Ecosystem” will be held on February 24, at 12:00pm at Room Hongkong, NCC Ost, Ebene 1, Messezentrum Nurnberg, during which time Mr. Fabrizio Del Maffeo, General Manager AAEON & UP, Mr. Markus Weingartner, EMEA PR Manager at Intel, and Mr. Oliver Niedung, Senior Channel Executive at Microsoft will be present to talk more about how AAEON’s upcoming highlight, the UP board, fits in to the current IoT landscape.
During the course of the exhibition, Parmigiano Reggiano will be served along with French champagne, as visitors peruse AAEON’s breadth of products. Afterwards, AAEON humbly invites all to take a step back and relax at the afterwork party in the AAEON booth scheduled from 6-9pm, to enjoy the fine cocktails prepared by a professional cocktail artist and delectable finger foods accompanied by music.
Interested parties are welcome to visit the AAEON booth at 1-310.For more information about AAEON’s extensive line of product offerings, please visit http://www.aaeon.com/en/products/
Venue: Exhibition Center Nuremberg, Nuremberg, Germany
Date: February 23 – 25, 2016
Press Conference Information
Date: February 24, 2016
Venue: Room Hongkong, NCC Ost, Ebene 1, Messezentrum Nurnberg