Taipei, Taiwan, April 9, 2014 – First International Computer, Inc. (FIC),
a world leader in the design and production of electronic devices, today
announces that it offers platform enablement solutions by adopting Freescale®
Semiconductor’s latest i.MX6 quad-core processors based on ARM® Cortex™-A9
architecture. The applications are applied to many industries to reduce the
development time for their customers.
“FIC has been working closely with Freescale for i.MX53 and i.MX 6 processor
platform enablement since 2011, and we’re delighted now to be a Proven Partner
in the global Freescale Connect Program to offer our experience and developing
capability to round out the enablement and implementation of total system
solutions,” said Alex Dee, Vice President, FIC.
FIC develops the MF0200, the latest comprehensive system board with Freescale
i.MX6 quad-core processor, DDR3 2GB memory, a HDMI, SD card slot, USB OTG and
four USB standard ports, two Gigabit LAN ports specifically for the Freescale
i.MX6 series platform enablement. Supported applications include Home Energy
Management Systems, Kiosk, Portable Electronic Point of Sale (ePOS) Terminals,
Telematics, Healthcare, Surveillance, Digital Signage and Smart Connected
Appliances with various choices of operating system built-in including Android,
Java Se Embedded, Java FX8 and Linux.
FIC is demonstrating its latest platform enablement solutions during April 8th
to 11th at Freescale Technology Forum in Dallas, booth no. 1326. For
more information, visit
The Freescale Connect Program is your essential source for embedded designs
based on Freescale solutions. The program comprises a global network of
independent engineering companies that offer the vital tools, software,
technology, engineering services and training to speed your design to market.
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