Artila's Matrix-604 is an ARM9-based WinCE 6.0 computing platform designed for unmanned 24/7/365 continously running industrial applications. It comes equipped with a 400MHz ARM9 CPU, 128MB NAND Flash, 64MB SDRAM, 1x 10/100M Ethernet port, 4x serial ports, 2x USB 2.0 host ports and 1x real-time clock.
The Matrix-604 uses NAND Flash for its file system. NAND Flash provides reliable bad sector management over NOR Flash. A brand new Matrix-604 provides more than 90MB storage space for user files.
If the NAND Flash file system does crash for certain reason, the Matrix-604 will automatically boot up from its on-board 2MB Data Flash (read only). This failover mechanism provides a convenient way for system recovery.
The Matrix-604 provides ready-to-use Web server, Telnet server and FTP server. Its comprehensive network capabilies make the Matrix-604 an ideal platform for developing remote device monitoring/control applications.
Also, the Matrix-604 supports the Microsoft's Remote Display Control for WinCE utility, which allow users to operate/config the Matrix-604 in a UI-based environment.
You can develop the Matrix-604's application using VB.Net, C# or C/C++. It is recommended to use Microsoft's Visual Studio 2005 IDE for application development. The Matrix-604 provides its own SDK for C/C++ programming language.