Company History

  • 2016

    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.


  • 2015

    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.


  • 2014

    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.


  • 2013

    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.


  • 2012

    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.


  • 2011

    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.


  • 2010

    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.


  • 2009

    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).


  • 2008

    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.


  • 2007

    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%.


  • 2006

    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.


  • 2005

    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.


  • 2004

    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.


  • 2003

    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.


  • 2002

    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.


  • 2001

    Introduced the CM-i586 (586CORE) module based on ElanSC520.

    Introduced the CM-i786 (786CORE) based on Pentium-III, and related baseboards and software packages.


  • 2000

    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.


  • 1999

    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.


  • 1997

    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.


  • 1992

    CompuLab started as engineering consulting company. From 1992 to 1997, the company developed about 40 custom products.