In the computer industry, it’s rare for a product to stick around for 25 years. However the small computer boards that follow the PC/104 standard have done just that. First developed in 1987 by a company called Ampro, and standardized by the PC/104 Consortium in 1992, the PC/104 standard for CPU and I/O boards is rapidly approaching its 25th anniversary and is still a viable solution to many embedded computing applications.

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