- Published in issue 12/1998 on page 0
ZF Microsystems present an integrated solution
A PC, most of us would say, consists of a complete computer case with a keyboard and a monitor, all wired up and installed in the workplace. And yet, the functionality of a PC is increasingly employed for so-called embedded control systems. Compactness is the buzzword in this field. US-based ZF Microsystems recently introduced a chip that reduces all major functions of a PC to a single component with the size of a credit card.