Arnouse Digital Devices Corp.

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Sustaining Member of the Month - May 2016


Arnouse Digital Devices Corp. (ADDC) created the next revolution in computing. The BioDigitalPC®  is an x86 credit card sized, pluggable, fully functional computer, equivalent to the modern desktop computer. All generations of the BioDigitalPC®  are built on a platform that is backward and forward compatible.  ADDC is currently on their fourth generation BioDigitalPC®   with quad-core and 8GB of RAM, a major leap from the first generation with single core and 2GB of RAM in 2011.  ADDC has been committed to integrating the newest technology into its platform.

All BioDigitalPC®’s are waterproof, dust-proof, fire resistant and rugged epoxy coating ringed with anodized aluminum, able to resist the worst operating conditions, it is able to withstand 3000G forces. There is also an option for conformal epoxy coating for integrators. The operating temperature is between -40°C and 85°C.

The latest BioDigitalPC® is the PC9 family of computers that are equipped with quad core Intel CPU, up to 8GB of DDR3 and 128GB of ultra-fast SanDisk SSD.  The BioDigitalPC® 9 is powered by 5VDC and consumes between 5W and 10W (depends if it is Model A or C).  It has output signals of four USB 2.0, one USB 3.0, two PCIe and DP++.  Also, the BioDigitalPC® 9, as well as prior generations of the BioDigitalPC®, are able to run any x86 operating system including Windows, Windows Server, LINUX, CentOS, RHEL, Ununtu, and many others, VMWare runs on PC8.  The BioDigitalPC® 9 is fully compatible with all BioDigitalPC® readers and docking stations.  Additionally, the PC9 is hot swappable and contains a built-in graphics card.

The Mobyl Data Center is one of the BioDigitalPC® ecosystem server.  The MDC-22 comes equipped with 22 BioDigitalPC®/MobylPC docking stations to form a cohesive, scalable, server cluster.  The MDC-22 can be scaled from 1 to 22 servers simply by plugging more PC cards into available slots.  Ever-changing field requirements can be accommodated in minimal physical storage space.  Adding a node to the server cluster is as simple as plugging in another credit card sized BioDigitalPC®/MobylPC server card and configuring it to your network parameters.  The MDC-22 also allows for hot swapping the batteries which will give you up to four hours of scaled out server uptime.  Each battery has charging and capacity LED indicators. When completely scaled out the MDC-22 allows for 22 BioDigitalPC®/MoblyPC server cards containing 22-88 CPU Cores, 44-176GB DDR3 RAM, up to 2.8TB of onboard ultra-fast SSD storage and up to 12TB additional (optional) SSD storage.  There is also an optional 9.7” LCD screen available to aid in configuration.   


The BioDigitalPC® ecosystem has various docking stations (without ability to retain any data) for different applications and different inputs and outputs.  The newest docking station for the BioDigitalPC® ecosystem uses a minimalistic approach to our data, power, and video signals. The R3 can be used for integration into larger systems, such as laptops, tablets, television, or even to create a supercomputers.


The BioDigitalPC® uses reusable device readers so that the only part needed to upgrade is the BioDigitalPC® card itself. This means less waste in landfills.  Over one hundred thousand computers are thrown away every day. The BioDigitalPC® ecosystem decreases the waste substantially.  There is one hundred percent elimination of recycling fees, one hundred percent reduction of toxic waste, and one hundred percent reduction in landfill space.  Additionally, 500 BioDigitalPC®s fit in the space of one current server. Also, with regards to the energy consumption, the fully BioDigitalPC® system’s average energy use is 10 Watts, whereas the average desktop uses 90 Watts. Most importantly, the BioDigitalPC® is Made in the USA

The BioDigitalPC® ecosystem can be embedded into many different devices, including, typical desktop and mobile devices, industrial robotics, servers, automotive, UAVs, Boating, smart homes and wearable devices. The applications are endless. The BioDigitalPC® ecosystem provides an excellent solution to extend, enhance, and build more sophisticated hardware applications with a unified intelligent form factor.

Arnouse Digital Devices Corp. (ADDC), the creator of the revolutionary pluggable computer the BioDigitalPC®, was founded in 2002 by Michael Arnouse, the CEO and President of the Corporation. Built on the principle of addressing security issues in a post 9/11 digital world, Mr. Arnouse set a goal to create a new technology platform to counter terrorism, protect the future generations from cybercrime, and provide an alternative choice to conventional computers using a fraction of the earth’s resources in comparison to the conventional computer.

ADDC is now positioned to be the undisputed, global leader in the design and manufacturing of innovative, highly reliable, rugged and secure credit card sized pluggable X86 computers. The pluggable computing platform provides the world’s most flexible solution enabling people, government and businesses to excel in Open Source Hardware customizing to fit their needs with the next generation computing platform.

ADDC is a Delaware privately held company with operation on both the East and West Coasts. ADDC has 17 granted patents and 3 pending in the areas of computer hardware and security devices.  ADDC is currently working with many partners to fulfill their vision and revolutionize all industries relying on small, rugged, powerful, and environmentally friendly American Solutions. For more information please visit the web: www.addc.net or www.biodigitalPC.com