How to Choose an X86-Based Embedded Computer
When in the market for an x86-based embedded computer, the main focus is typically on hardware requirements such as CPU performance. Unlike RISC-based computers, which are designed for specific industrial applications and minimize power consumption, x86-based computers are often used to perform more complicated tasks in a greater variety of industrial applications. As a result, choosing an x86-based computer for industrial applications can be complicated. The following white paper provides simple guidelines for the selection process that will reduce time and bypass potential problems.