Acrosser Debuts AR-M9923 Low-Profile Embedded Firewall and VPN Gateway

11/10/2004 - Acrosser Technology introduced the AR-M9923, a low profile embedded computer system. This OEM bare-bone is the perfect hardware platform for firewall, VPN and security gateway applications.

To target the internet security market, the AR-M9923 is designed in a 2U micro size enclosure, with 4 LANs, WiFi capability and compact flash functions. It supports embedded Windows, embedded Linux and wide range FreeBSD software platform. AR-M9923’s functionalities and capabilities can help system integrators and product managers shorten the development time, increase efficiency and lower costs on commercial, SOHO Firewall & VPN application development.

The AR-M9923 is a tightly embedded computer system equipped with low power fan less VIA 600Mhz CPU, and coupled with PLE133T chipset that supports up to 512M PC133 SD-Ram. This embedded system includes 4 integrated 10/100 LAN ports,2 USB ports, an ATA-100 IDE connection, and is Compact Flash ready. There’s also an onboard Mini-PCI socket for wireless network solution. All these functions ensure a highly scalable embedded platform and optimized network bandwidth for Internet applications at the minimal cost.

The AR-M9923 is compatible with all Windows Embedded operating systems, also many commercial-grades Linux-based operating system. It is the perfect hardware platform that can reduce the development cost and accelerate the market launch time for Firewall, VPN, and Internet security projects. Please see for more product information.

Acrosser is an ISO-9001 certified embedded platform service provider in OEM/ODM manufacturing with its high-quality, high-performance embedded products since 1988.

Acrosser provides embedded PC-104 computer to clients in a wide array of industries, including Kiosk, gaming, industrial, networking, security, imaging and medical.

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