ACROSSER Technology has unveiled the product video for its COM Express Type 6 module, ACM-B6360. This embedded board features 3rd gen Intel Core i7 Processor with QM77 chipset, targeting the performance-based niche market. For laboratory device applications, ACM-B6360 is a steady COM-E module that delivers reliable performance even in demanding environments.
Removing and replacing the COM-Express module is a smooth and simple process, making it a popular choice amongst embedded application designers. Take the gaming market for example: given the high demand for I/O interfaces, system developers can choose a carrier board with multiple I/O connectors. Developers then have the flexibility to upgrade the module at any time simply by replacing the COM express module on the baseboard, enabling them focus on game development without sacrificing time-to-market.
The two DDR3 SO ECC-DIMM sockets support DDR3 SDRAM, with a memory capacity of up to 16GB. Windows 7, Windows XP, LINUX Fedora 14, and Ubuntu 10 are all supported. Samples are available now.