486CORE ‘participates’ in U.S. Presidential Elections
November 01, 2000 – The 486CORE “PC-on-chip” modules power the smart card reader/writer systems which will be used in upcoming United States presidential elections. CompuLab Ltd. recently shipped 486CORE modules for a total of 950 card readers manufactured by Sequoia Voting Systems – a leading provider of electronic voting equipment in the United States.
About the 486CORE
The 486CORE is a tiny Single Board Computer module which implements a complete embedded PC measuring 75 x 54 mm., smaller than a credit card ! The functional content of the device is equivalent to a typical fourth-generation desk-top computer. The 486CORE module contains CPU, DRAM, Flash Disk, graphics controller, Ethernet and a large variety of peripherals.
Established in 1992, CompuLab Ltd. specializes in the development of Single Board Computer modules, often called PC-on-chip. CompuLab’s products are used by more than 140 companies in forty countries. The company’s offices are located in Haifa, Israel.