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ICOP Technology History
 
2018
  • ICOP sets up a branch office in Cuauhtémoc, Mexico.
2015
  • ICOP adopts the Vortex86 DX3 and provides a whole series of embedded industrial SBCs and Panel PCs.
2014
  • ICOP sets up a branch office in Frankfurt, Germany.

  • ICOP Technology adopts the Vortex86EX CPU and comes out with the HMI-043 system.
2013
  • ICOP Technology introduces Vortex86 DX2 and provides a series of embedded industrial SBCs and Panel PC.
2011
  • ICOP adopts the Vortex86 MX CPU and provides a whole series of Vortex86 MX embedded industrial SBCs and Panel PCs.
2010
  • ICOP Technology becomes the official hardware supplier for Microsoft’s Imagine Cup event.

  • ICOP Technology becomes the official hardware supplier for Microsoft’s Embedded SPARK event.
2009
  • ICOP Technology sets up a branch office in Beijing, China.

  • ICOP adopts the Vortex86 DX and provides a whole series of Vortex86 DX embedded industrial CPU board.

  • ICOP Technology commits to providing 10 years of life cycle support for its SBC.
2007
  • ICOP adopts Vortex86 SX and provides a whole series of Vortex86 SX embedded industrial CPU boards.
2006
  • ICOP Technology sets up a branch office in Sian, China.
2005
  • ICOP Technology sets up a branch office in New Jersey, United States.

  • ICOP Technology is rewarded as the partner of year for Microsoft’s embedded team.
2003
  • ICOP Technology becomes the golden partner of Microsoft’s Windows Embedded team.
2002
  • ICOP Technology sets up branch offices in Los Angeles, United States and Tokyo, Japan.

  • ICOP Technology releases its first Embedded X-Linux operating system.

  • ICOP Technology releases its first eBox system.

  • ICOP becomes the official hardware provider for Microsoft’s Windows Embedded team.
2000
  • ICOP Technology sets up a manufacturing site in Shenzhen, China.

  • ICOP Technology releases its first DOS TCP/IP Socket Library.
1999
  • ICOP Technology becomes a member of the DM&P group and releases their M6177D embedded PC platform.
1998
  • ICOP Technology launches in Taipei, Taiwan.