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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 goes 64-bit with freshly baked Compute Module 3 board - TrustedReviews

The Raspberry Pi Foundation has launched a new version of its Compute Module, the Compute Module 3, which comes with 64-bit and multi-core functionality. The original Module was launched in 2014, and combined the guts of a first-generation Pi with a ...and more »

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

The Pi 3 is shrunk down into a slimmer board designed to be built into appliances. By Nick Heath | January 16, 2017, 5:20 AM PST. 0. Email; Print; Reddit; Delicious; Digg; Pinterest; Stumbleupon; Google Plus. compute-module-small-768x430.jpg. The ...and more »

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

Raspberry Pi, RS Components and Farnell element14 have introduced the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3, introducing a quad core 64bit ARM Cortex-A53 processor running at up to 1.2GHz into the original Compute Module form-factor. Recommended Articles ...and more »

Compute Module 3 - Hackaday

[Kite] has been making custom PCBs for GameBoys for a long time. Long enough, in fact, that other people have used his work to build even more feature-rich GameBoy platforms. Unfortunately some of their work had stagnated, so [Kite] picked it up and ...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 says 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 Compute ...and more »

The Raspberry Pi Compute 3 Has Arrived - All About Circuits

The Raspberry Pi Compute is getting a transformation with a big improvement in RAM and CPU speed. The Raspberry Pi Compute. If you've been living under a rock, you may not realize that the Raspberry Pi has taken the DIY computing market by storm. In ...and more »

Raspberry Pi Introduces Compute Module 3, Lite Version, And IO Board - Tom's Hardware

Raspberry Pi released the Compute Module 3 and Compute Module 3 Lite to "provide the 'team in a garage' with easy access to the same technology as the big guys." The products are based on the consumer-focused Raspberry Pi 3 released in February 2016 ...and more »

Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 - iProgrammer

Raspberry Pi is a huge hit, but not so much in the serious world of industrial IoT. The new Compute Module 3 might just change this. As well as the user friendly standard Raspberry Pi modules, there is also a small module intended for use in embedded ...and more »