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Raspberry Pi shifts upmarket as it targets Pi Compute Module 3 at industrial systems

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NewsHubThe Raspberry Pi Foundation is focusing a new option, called the Pi Compute Module 3, at industrial systems as it eyes a shift upmarket and away from its core in the education sector.
The modules, however, will remain low cost and are the combined effort of the Raspberry Pi Foundation and its hardware partner, Farnell element14.
“The Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 continues the development of Pi for the ever-growing industrial and commercial market,” said Claire Doyle, global head of Raspberry Pi and single board computing at electronics company Premier Farnell, which manufactures the Raspberry Pi for the Foundation.
“Benefiting from the Broadcom BCM2837 chip, this board allows designers to combine the speed of the Raspberry Pi 3 and the flexibility of compute modules, enabling them to design-in Pi across a broad range of applications from Internet of Things, to embedded solutions, home automation, control systems and consumer electronics.

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