Airwave is the distributor of CompuLab products in South Africa. CompuLab manufactures
Computer-on-Module's (CoM's) - used as building blocks in custom applications
products save design effort, shorten time-to-market and reduce the manufacturing
cost of your application.
Computer-on-Module's are full-featured single board computers designed for
mezzanine attachment to custom application through miniature high-density connectors.
They are available
with ready-to-run packages for Linux, Windows CE and Windows XP
CompuLab is a leading manufacturer of "Computer
on Module" (CoM) boards.
CompuLab's products excel with an advanced set of features, outstanding
level of integration, high reliability and affordable prices.
CompuLab is the only company in the market focused on the
The attractiveness of
CompuLab's products is a key contributor to the fast growth of the company's sales - over
200% in the last three
years, while the embedded market was nearly flat. In 2006, annual
manufacturing exceeded 90,000 units, positioning CompuLab as a key player in
the CoM market, holding a share of approximately 20 percent.
Computer-on-Modules (CoM's) are tiny single-board computers, designed for mezzanine attachment as a "component" into a carrier
card developed by the user, according to his
product line comprising CoM's based on several different processor
architectures. Each module covers distinct range of price, performance
and features, to create a line of comprehensive solutions for the
diverse requirements of various industry sectors.
Features and benefits of
All-in-one single board computers with
CPU, memory and peripherals. Based on ARM, x86, Pentium and
Power PC processor architectures. Very small size, many modules are
smaller than a credit card. CAMI pinout, common for all CoM products, allowing module's interchangeability. NAND Flash Disk, implementing
large on-board storage at low cost. Comprehensive software packages,
drivers and support for all major operating systems. Built-to-order manufacturing
process. Users order and pay for only those functions actually
needed, further reducing the user's costs.
continues to expand its CoM line with
additional products and features, to keep it on the
leading edge of technological progress.