Tokyo, Japan – TechNexion’s partner ASK Corporation showcases TechNexion upcoming embedded systems at ESEC Spring exhibition in Tokyo, Japan. This year ASK Corporation’s booth is located in West Halls Stand W13-53.
TechNexion partners with ASK Corporation to provide local support to Japan based customers in Japanese language and assists customers to integrate TechNexion products through the whole process from engineering samples to custom tailored design to batch production/stocking and mass production. The highlights of static and live demo include PICO-PI-IMX7 official Android Things development kits (based on NXP i.MX7 applications processor), PIXI series wireless communication modules (CE, ETSI, FCC, IC, RCM and TELEC certified), PICO and EDM series Systems on Modules, TEK series fanless computing devices, TEP series modular and TWP series waterproof IP68K panel computing devices. The show runs until Friday, May 11th at Tokyo Big Sight.
About ESEC Spring
Embedded Systems Expo (ESEC Spring) is part of Japan IT Week, one of the largest IT trade shows in Asia, with theme exhibition that covers all the latest trends in embedded technologies. ESEC Spring is the ultimate meeting point for all who thrive on the business of IoT. The exhibition takes place at Tokyo Big Sight, Japan every year in May.
TechNexion offers a wide range of embedded modular solutions to leading OEM/ODM companies in the multimedia, communication, security, automation and process control industries. TechNexion continuous investment in production technology and state-of-the-art equipment upgrades make it possible to meet technically increasingly complex customer demand. TechNexion products range from Systems on Module, Embedded Mainboards, Fanless Computing, Panel Computing to Internet of Things modules. All products and solutions are backed up with unmatched longevity, open hardware documentation and open source software.
TechNexion is a ISO-9001 and ISO-14001 certified company and is a founding member of the EDM (Embedded Design Modules) Standard.
For more information, visit www.technexion.com.