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AAEON COM touts Intel Core iSeries chips

Posted: 15 Nov 2012     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:computer  module  COM 

AAEON rolls the COM-QM77 Rev.B COM Express Type 6 module based on the low power 22nm monolithic BGA type Dual Core Intel Core iSeries processors. The module measures 125mm x 95mm and supports dual-channel SODIMM DDR3 1333/1600 with a maximum of 16GB memory.

Featuring the Intel QM77 PCH chipset, the module also integrates a hardware decoder and an Intel Clear Video HD technology, making it suited for medical, gaming and multimedia applications. Meanwhile, an operating temperature range of -20�C to 70�C makes it suited for industrial and military applications.

The computer offers expansion interfaces including one PCIe [x16], seven PCIe [x1], one LPC bus to connect to legacy I/O interfaces, one SMBus and two UART (TX/RX only). Eight USB2.0 and four USB3.0 support, two SATA 3.0Gbit/s and two SATA 6.0Gbit/s interfaces, Gigabit Ethernet interface with iAMT8.0 support, one 24bit dual-channel LVDS and two additional video support for Full HD displays via HDMI, DVI or DisplayPort, High Definition Audio, and 8bit programmable GPIO are just some of the rich features packed into this small computer module. DirectX 11, OpenGL 3.1, OpenCL 1.1 and stereoscopic 3D are supported, enhancing up to 50 per cent 3D graphics performance and up to 1.8X real time HD-HD transcode improvements. TPM v1.2 is available as an option for security conscious applications.

A matching Mini-ITX form factor carrier board, the ECB-917T is available for COM Express Type 6/10 modules upon request for fast implementation and evaluation purposes.

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