Lantronix Introduces Its Latest Embedded Networking Products At The ESS Show
Lantronix XChip is a family of dedicated networking coprocessor systemonchip (SoC) solutions. The DeviceLinx™ XChip SoC family enables original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to embed serialto-Ethernet connectivity and web services into a whole new class of highvolume, pricesensitive products so they can be remotely managed over the Internet. XChip speeds timetomarket as virtually no additional coding or licensing commitment is necessary to enable powerful network connectivity into any product with a microcontroller. It includes marketproven, royaltyfree application and network firmware.
With the addition of the XChip family, Lantronix offers manufacturers a complete line of softwarecompatible device networking solutions across a product’s life cycle – from external boxes, to boards, to modules, to chips. The XChip family delivers the same performance as the awardwinning Lantronix XPort® family of embedded device networking modules. As a dedicated networking coprocessor, XChip enables the host microcontroller to function at maximum capacity without the burden of network processing overhead. This enables OEMs to use less expensive, less powerful host microcontrollers on their products without sacrificing performance.
"Lantronix will take part in this year’s ESS to further strengthen its partnerships with the UK embedded community and support its strong market presence. With the addition of XChip, Lantronix offers a comprehensive embedded product line which includes solutions ranging from applicationready modules to powerful systemonchip solutions for every application at a wide range of competitive price points," said Brad Painter, Vice President, Americas Sales and Device Network Marketing of Lantronix.
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