After being the provider of consumer and IoT enthusiasts SoC compute/connect supplier, Raspberry has turned up a model for use in industrial applications.
It is just a compute module, with data pinouts similar to laptop memory sockets that can be programmed to take programmable I/O. It has same four-core, 64-bit Broadcom BCM2837 processor and 1GB of RAM as Raspberry Pi 3, half the size of it and doesn’t have ethernet, Wifi, USB, SD Card, Audio and Display.
NEC is already launching it’s large signage systems with this compute module. Interesting to see the Raspberry portfolio expanding.