Introduced Airtop – a revolutionary, natural-airflow workstation.
Introduced COMEX-IE38M – a miniature COM Express Computer-on-Module built around Intel BayTrail Atom E3800 with ECC memory.
Introduced fitlet-RM – an all metal miniature PC for extreme conditions.
Introduced SBC-FLT – an AMD A/E-Series Single Board Computer.
Introduced Airtop – a revolutionary, natural-airflow workstation.
Introduced fitlet – a miniature 0.22l fanless quad-core PC powered by latest AMD low-power APU.
Introduced CM-T43 – an ARM System-on-Module based on the Texas Instruments Sitara AM437x system-on-chip.
Introduced COMEX-IC50L – a COM Express Computer-on-Module based on the 5th Generation Intel® Core™ (Broadwell) CPU.
Introduced COMEX-IE38 – a miniature COM Express Computer-on-Module built around the Intel BayTrail Atom E3800 and Celeron CPUs.
Introduced COMEX-A420 – a miniature COM Express Computer-on-Module based on the AMD Embedded G-Series CPUs.
Introduced COMEX-IC40D – a COM Express Type-6 Computer-on-Module built around the Intel® Haswell Core™ Desktop processor family.
Introduced CL-SOM-AM57x – an ARM System-on-Module powered by the new Texas Instruments Sitara AM57x system-on-chip.
Introduced CL-SOM-iMX6UL – an ARM System-on-Module featuring Freescale i.MX6 UltraLite SoC.
Introduced CL-SOM-iMX7 – an ARM System-on-Module built around the Freescale i.MX7 System-on-Chip family.
Introduced Utilte2 – the next generation of CompuLab’s ARM-based Utilite desktop computer powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor.
Introduced CM-QS600 – a miniature computer-on-module | system-on-module built around Qualcomm Snapdragon APQ8064 SoC.
Introduced CM-T54 – an OMAP5 ARM Cortex-A15 computer-on-module | system-on-module.
Introduced fit-PC4 – a miniature fanless PC built around the AMD’s next generation G-Series “Jaguar” SoC.
Introduced Intense PC2 – a miniature fanless PC based on 4th generation Intel® Core™ processor.
Undergo management buyout. Renewed long-term objectives and management practices, to achieve sustained improvement in products and solutions provided to company’s customers.
Introduced CM-FX6 – Freescale i.MX6 (ARM) based Computer-on-Module / System-on-Module.
Introduced CM-T335 – TI Sitara AM3352 / AM3354 (ARM) based Computer-on-Module / System-on-Module.
Introduced uSVR – ruggedized high performance fanless micro-server based on Intel’s 3rd generation (IvyBridge) CORE I7 2.5GHz processor.
Introduced Utilite – quad-core ARM Linux desktop using Freescal i.MX6 processor.
In collaboration with Linux Mint introduced MintBox 2 – a miniature fanless PC based on Intel® Core™ i5 Processor running Linux Mint 15 “Olivia”.
Upgraded SMT lines with new state-of-the-art assembling and AOI machines. SMT manufacturing capacity increased 2X times.
Introduced Intense-PC – the most powerful miniature fanless PC on the market, built around 3rd Generation Intel Core i7.
Introduced CM-iGT – an AMD G-series based X86 architecture computer-on-module / system-on-module.
Introduced fit-PC3 – an AMD G-series based mini-PC.
Introduced CM-iTC – an Intel E6800 (Tunel-Creek) based system-on-module (SoM).
Introduced CM-T3730 – TI DM3730 based computer-on-module (CoM).
Introduced EM-T3550 and EM-T3730 – mobile platforms.
In September 2011 CompuLab has relocated into new company-own facility in Yokenam city, Israel. The 5,000 square meter facility integrates all company activities under the same roof, including management, sales, R&D, tech support and manufacturing, and it is designated to support company’s continued growth in the following years.
Introduced fit-PC2i, advanced version of popular fit-PC2 product, with more features targeting industrial applications.
Introduced CM-XAM and CM-A510 new system-on-module (SoM) products.
Upgraded assembling lines to increase capacity 3X times.
Introduced fit-PC2 – Atom based miniature PC. fit-PC2 gained excellent market response and many design wins.
Introduced Exeda – handheld computer / smartphone for mobile industrial applications.
Launched online support system, to improve communication between users and support team.
Introduced CM-iAM – Intel Atom based system-on-module (SoM).
Introduced CM-T3530 – TI Citara ARM based computer-on-module (CoM).
Received Windows Embedded Partner certification from Microsoft Corp.
Introduced CM-X300, advanced successor for popular CM-X270.
Introduced fit-PC, fully integrated ultra-small and ultra-low-power PC computer for industrial and commercial applications.
Introduced EM-X270 – a first product of the new line, fully integrated open-frame handheld computer for embedded applications.
Leading products were enhanced with new functionality CM-X270 got Bluetooth and GPRS/GSM, CM-iGLX got 802.11g WiFi.
Started second assembling line, increasing production capacity by 200%.
Introduced CM-iGLX – CoM based on the new Geode LX processor.
Introduced SB-iGLX – Geode LX based PC/104+ with optional front panel.
Introduced CM-iPM – most powerful CoM based on Pentium M.
Enhanced product features (CM-X270 first) with WiFi wireless LAN interface.
Introduced CM-X270, advanced successor for popular CM-X255.
Introduced CM-iVCF, CoM based on VIA’s CPU. This module covers demands of mid-range to high-end applications.
Introduced CM-F82 based on Power PC architecture.
Introduced new baseboard concept comprising standard PC/104+ form factor and an optional front panel.
Started new assembling line, with over M accumulative investment. All assembling was moved in-house.
Introduced the CM-X255, the next generation of popular ARMCORE module.
Introduced the third generation of NAND Flash Disk Driver.
Launched a new assembling & testing lab, to satisfy the demands of ever-growing manufacturing rate.
Introduced the ARMCORE – the module based on Intel’s XScale architecture, with ready-to-run packages for Linux and Win CE, and the price starting below .
Introduced the CM-i886 (886CORE) – the most powerful System-on-Module available in the market at the time, with a 1.26 GHz Pentium-III processor and 512MB SDRAM.
Introduced CAMI – CompuLab’s Aggregated Module Interface – the definition of pinout, features and mechanical specifications shared by all new modules.
Introduced the CM-i686 (686CORE) module and its support package. The Geode CSx200 -based CM-i686 immediately became a leading product with excellent market response.
Introduced the CM-i586 (586CORE) module based on ElanSC520.
Introduced the CM-i786 (786CORE) based on Pentium-III, and related baseboards and software packages.
Introduced operating systems suited for the 486CORE, including ready-to-run images and board support packages for Linux, Windows CE, VxWorks and other operating systems.
Introduced the NAND Flash Disk Driver, allowing a large and inexpensive file-system storage on-board. Since then, the NAND Flash Disk has become one of the major contributors to the popularity of the CORE product line.
Introduced the second generation of Computer-on-Modules, based on x86 architecture. The 486CORE – ElanSC400 based module, the first PC-compatible one, gained immediate market acceptance and a large number of design wins. CompuLab’s sales and manufacturing rate started growing at an exponential rate.
Introduced the first series of Computer-on-Modules, based on Intel’s i960 processor architecture. These modules gained several significant design wins, but in general their popularity was limited.
CompuLab started as engineering consulting company. From 1992 to 1997, the company developed about 40 custom products.