SBC Market Climbing At 8.1% CAGR

A recent report on the global single board computer (SBC) market finds one trend in the market is popularity of low-cost SBCs. SBC manufacturers worldwide are aiming to develop low-cost SBCs to attract customers to the market. The ASP of SBCs in 2015 was $60.90, which was still high for a majority of the users.


Another driver in the market is increased use of rugged design with high reliability. SBC's are rugged and long lasting boards used in many applications. Ready for deployment, they provide many industry standard connectors and interfaces, which can work in an environment of -40°C to 85°C with high vibrations. Memory, interface, and digital logic are put together on a printed circuit board; the result of this culmination will be a highly reliable SBC that performs a variety of tasks in harsh environments.

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The following companies are key players in the global single board computer (SBC) market: Digi International, Advantech, Eurotech, Kontron and Radisys. Other prominent vendors in the market are: VersaLogic Corporation, UDOO, ARBOR Technology, American Portwell Technology, Logic Supply, and Trenton System.


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