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Industrial Printer


NXP's industrial printer solution allows you to leverage the Internet of Things (IoT) technologies and easily integrate a reliable, fast, and secure design that differentiates and provides value to your customers.

NXP provides an extensive technology portfolio including high-performance MPUs with advanced integrated security and connectivity features, cryptographic accelerators, and a 10-15 year product longevity program. This enables designers to successfully develop reliable, high performing, and secure printers.


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