Trizeps CPU modules – the world’s first ARM based SOM (System On Module)
Keith & Koep specialises in Embedded Computer Systems based on ARM architecture which are used in many different professional environments. With the Trizeps range Keith & Koep have brought the world’s first ARM based SOM (System On Module) on the market. The idea to make the recurring elements available in a constant SODIMM form factor was realised here. This idea later evolved into an international industry standard.
The first CPU module generation was built with the SODIMM 144 standard, which was then replaced by SODIMM 200 standard due to the need for continuously more interfaces. SODIMM standard ensures mutual pin compatibility of the Trizeps modules. It therefore takes litte effort to upgrade to a current Trizeps CPU module. The Keith & Koep SODIMM 200 standard is the world's longest-established SODIMM standard and is recreated by various companies.
As a pioneer of this technology we have gathered a wealth of experience and acquired expertise from a multitude of successfully completed projects. Some of the systems developed by us have been working in industrial environments for decades. Our products can be found, among others, in industrial automation, robotics, automotive engineering, medical engineering, retail and aeronautical engineering.
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