Small Form Factor (SFF) embedded systems have been gaining popularity due to their small Size, Weight, and Power (SWaP). The SFF architectures are typically purpose-built, providing just a few specific functions. The performance level is often limited and the versatility and re-usability across multiple applications is typically very low. Most of the SFF solutions in the market are not based on an open standard. The AdvancedMC (AMC) on the other hand is an open specification that is nearly ½ of the size and weight of Eurocard architectures such as VPX. See the attached White Paper for more information.