Digi Lowers Cost Of Embedded Design With Launch Of Range Of JumpStart Kits

Feb. 9, 2007
At Embedded World 2007, Digi International will launch its new range of JumpStart Kits, intended to enable design engineers to develop products based on Digi modules at a very low cost and minimal initial risk.

Location: Stand 244, Hall 12

Digi International will launch its new range of JumpStart Kits at Embedded World 2007. These kits are aimed at revolutionising embedded design by enabling design engineers to develop products based on Digi modules at a very low cost, and therefore with a minimal initial risk.

Digi will also showcase its existing range of embedded device networking products and chipsets at the show. These include ZigBee modules from Maxstream, recently acquired by Digi, which are amongst the first modules to be certified by the ZigBee Alliance and application kits from Rabbit Semiconductor. Additionally, Digi will have its range of wired, cellular, and Wi-Fi enabled modules on the stand.

The new kits will be available in Europe beginning mid-February 2007. For more information, visit www.digi.com.

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