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New Raspberry Pi board: Compute Module 3 means you'll see Pi in more products - TechRepublic

A new Raspberry Pi board launched today, designed to provide firms with low-cost computer hardware to build into products. The Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 (CM3) packs the same 1.2GHz, quad-core Broadcom BCM2837 processor and 1GB memory ...and more »

64-bit Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 ships for $25 to $30 - LinuxGizmos

The Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 has arrived with 1GB RAM and the same quad-core -A53 SoC as the RPi 3, available for $30, or $25 without 4GB eMMC. Raspberry Pi Trading's first 64-bit computer-on-module version of their flagship single board ...and more »

Raspberry Pi beefs up its Compute Module for industrial users - TechCrunch

The Raspberry Pi Foundation has upgraded its Compute Module which is designed for embedded computing and industrial users wanting to produce customized products powered by the microprocessor, such as large-format smart displays. The Foundation ...and more »

Two new Raspberry Pi models emerge steaming from the oven - The Register

The Raspberry Pi Foundation has baked two new Pi. The new “Compute Module 3” and “Compute Module 3 Lite” are re-shaped versions of the Raspberry Pi 3 and are intended to give developers of embedded devices a way to use the RPi as the basis for ...and more »

Raspberry Pi's new computer for industrial applications goes on sale - PCWorld

The new Raspberry Pi single-board computer is smaller and cheaper than the last, but its makers aren't expecting the same rush of buyers that previous models have seen. The Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 will be more of a “slow burn,” than last year's ...and more »

Raspberry Pi Launches Compute Module 3 - Hackaday

The forgotten child of the Raspberry Pi family finally has an update. The Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 has been launched. The Pi 3 Compute Module was teased all the way back in July, and what we knew then is just about what we know now. The new ...and more »

Raspberry Pi upgrades Compute Module with 10 times the CPU performance - Ars Technica

The Raspberry Pi Compute Module is getting a big upgrade, with the same processor used in the recently released Raspberry Pi 3. The Compute Module, which is intended for industrial applications, was first released in April 2014 with the same CPU as the ...and more »

Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 Launched For $30, But You Probably Won't Buy It - Tech Times

The Raspberry Pi Foundation has launched the Compute Module 3, the successor to the original Compute Module that was released in 2014. While the first Compute Module was based on the original Raspberry Pi and its Broadcom BCM2835 processor, the ...and more »

Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 brings quad-core 64bit to embedded - Electronics Weekly

Processing comes from a Broadcom BCM2837, running with 1Gbyte of LPDDR2 RAM and optional 4Gbyte eMMC flash storage. Processing performance compared with the original Compute Module, according to Raspbarry Pi's Eben Upton, is around 10x ...and more »

Raspberry Pi Foundation launches Compute Module 3 boards - bit-tech.net

The Raspberry Pi Foundation has announced the launch of the long-awaited Compute Module 3, adding 64-bit and multi-core functionality to the compact computer-on-module (COM) design for the first time. Launched in April 2014, the original Raspberry Pi ...and more »