EMB-QM67, AAEON, Mini ITX, Motherboard
AAEON Releases Embedded New Mini-ITX Form Factor: EMB-QM67
News Release from:
30 April 2012
AAEON released a new embedded Mini-ITX Motherboard: EMB-QM67. The EMB-QM67 employs the Intel Core i7/i5/Celeron QC/DC processor up to 2.7 GHz with the Intel Core i7/i5 QM67 chipset. This compact 6.7 x 6.7 (170 mm x 170mm) motherboard has a flexible operating temperature from 0~60°C and abundant peripherals to be easily embedded for industrial computing purposes.
EMB-QM67 incorporates two DDR3 SODIMMs up to 8GB for system memory. Equipped with ample I/O interfaces, EMB-QM67 utilizes six USB2.0 ports, six COM ports, one printer port, one PS/2 keyboard, one PS/2 Mouse, three audio jacks, and supports a 8-bit DIO. There are two SATA II ports, two SATA III ports and one CFast connector for generous storage.
This motherboard supports Gigabit Ethernet for faster network communication. EMB-QM67 equips one PCI-Express[x4] and one PCI-Express Mini Card for expansion to fulfill the demands of high transfer rate of industrial peripherals. The EMB-QM67 has an integrated Intel Graphics Engine that supports simultaneous dual view displays through VGA/DVI/HDMI/LVDS. It offers resolution support up to 2048x1536 for large-sized screen applications.
This anti-vibration embedded board is an ideal solution for Industrial Control Box, Industrial Automation, Digital Signage, KIOSK, Security, Defense and Transportation to fulfill the demands of low power consumption and high performance within the embedded market for the x86 higher system performance solutions. states Randy Chang, Product Manager of AAEON's Industrial System Division.
Furthermore, its numerous interfaces incorporate anti-shock and anti-vibration properties that are needed in Industrial applications. For instance, the PCI-Express Mini Card can support Wi-Fi modules, 3G wireless modules, GPS modules and other expansion modules for diverse demands. Chang adds. In addition, this 2nd generation Intel Core i7/i5/Celeron QC/DC-based processor has been chosen for the 2012 Taiwan Excellence Award.