Avnet Bolsters Embedded Computing Offering with ADDC Line in the Americas

PHOENIX & LAKE SUCCESS, NY -- Avnet, Inc. announces a distribution agreement with Arnouse Digital Devices Corp. (ADDC), a N.Y.-based manufacturer of high-performance, small form-factor x86 pluggable computers, servers and high security devices. Avnet will now offer Americas' customers in markets including military, healthcare, security and cloud computing, a standard x86 pluggable computer platform that can help accelerate the design of mobile devices, wearables and a range of IoT-enabled systems.

Founded in 2002, ADDC’s flagship product is its BioDigitalPC®, a credit card-sized, pluggable computing card designed to give users an interchangeable compute platform with unprecedented levels of flexibility, compute capacity, miniaturization, power conservation and ultra-high security. The BioDigitalPC weighs less than two ounces, has the equivalent compute power of a traditional server and is both waterproof and shockproof. ADDC also recently introduced its patented Mobyl Data Center (MDC22), a suitcase-sized mobile data center that holds twenty-two x86 servers housed in a rugged case no bigger than an average carry-on suitcase.

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