Intel’s popular NUC platform has been an impressive success, largely because it combines a small form factor motherboard with the capabilities and connectivity common on much larger, more expensive systems. But for the IPC market, the NUC hardware sold directly by Intel isn’t always quite the right fit (pun intended).
In a recent Electronic Design article, Logic Supply Product Manager Tosha Hawley discusses the key differences between today’s consumer NUCs and their industrial NUC counterparts, including intended uses, reliability concerns and environmental factors, and explains why not all NUCs are created equal.
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