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HY-LINE Computer Components Exhibiting Icron Technologies' Next Generation Network Compliant Embedded USB 2.0 Extension Platform at Embedded World Exhibition and Conference 2014

Icron's USB 2.0 RG2300 Core Series embedded daughter board extender modules will be on display at booth #1-170 from February 25th - 27th in Nürnberg, Germany

BURNABY, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwired) -- 02/14/14 -- Icron Technologies Corporation, a leader in USB and video extension technology, today announced that HY-LINE Computer Components a specialized distributor and representative of high-tech products, will be showing Icron's newest USB 2.0 embedded core extender modules at the embedded world exhibition at booth 1-170 in Hall 1 from February 25th - 27th at Nurnberg, Germany.

The USB 2.0 RG2300 Core Series builds upon Icron's previous generations of reliable embedded USB 2.0 extension daughter board modules by maintaining the benefits of ExtremeUSB® extension technology enhanced by newly added capabilities such as data transmission over Local Area Network (LAN), SwitchableUSB(TM) compatibility, Device Class Filtering options, and faster performance with read-write devices such as flash drives. To enable an easy development transition, this next generation integrated USB 2.0 extension solution is delivered in a compact, cost-effective SO-DIMM form factor with pin compatibility to Icron's earlier RG2100 Core modules. With the flexibility of extending USB 2.0 at 480Mbps over copper, fiber and LAN, OEM developers enjoy full control in how USB extension integrates with their products. The RG2300 Core Series modules support USB 2.0 extension up to 100 meters over Cat X, up to 500 meters over multi-mode fiber, and up to 10 kilometers when using single-mode fiber.

"Icron's previous generation of core modules for embedded USB 2.0 extension served our OEM customers very well," said Guido Bruning, President at HY-LINE. "Now, the next generation ExtremeUSB RG2300 Core Series goes above and beyond with amazing new features such as extension over LAN, device filtering and SwitchableUSB which opens several new opportunities for USB integration to convert a video matrix switch into a KVM network switch."

"HY-LINE is well known for their expertise in embedded computing solutions," said Glenn Antonelli, Vice President of Marketing at Icron. "It is no surprise to see HY-LINE as the first distributor to showcase our new RG2300 Core Series considering their leadership position combined with Icron's certified integration partner status for USB extension."

As with all Icron extenders, the RG2300 Core Series modules include the ExtremeUSB suite of features:


--  Transparent USB extension 
--  True plug and play; no software drivers required 
--  Works with all major operating systems: Windows®, Mac OS X®, and
    Linux®

The RG2300 Core Series will be commercially available beginning February 24th. To learn more, please contact HY-LINE at [email protected].

About Icron Technologies Corporation

Icron Technologies is a leading developer and manufacturer of high-performance USB and video extension solutions for commercial and industrial markets worldwide. Icron's patented extension technology extends PC Video and USB devices over many media types including Cat 5e, Fiber, Wireless, DisplayPort®, and over a corporate LAN. Icron's extension products are deployed in a wide range of applications including pro AV, industrial automation, machine vision, medical imaging, aerospace, interactive whiteboards, remote desktop extension, security, enterprise computing and isolated USB, or anywhere a PC needs to be remotely located from a display or peripheral device. icron.com

About HY-LINE Computer Components Vertriebs GmbH

HY-LINE Computer Components is a member of the HY-LINE Group. Since its foundation more than twenty-five years ago, HY-LINE has pursued a customer-oriented business concept which has focused on a high level of innovation in the electronics sector, and the associated need for application-specific know-how. The HY-LINE Group brings together different, largely independent distribution businesses in their own well-defined segments of the electronics sector. Whether you are developing innovative applications for embedded computing, display technologies, power management, motor control, wireless solutions or industrial automation, you will find skilled partners in the HY-LINE Group for all of these application areas. www.hy-line.de/computer

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