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15th July 2020
QNX RTOS for reliability in vehicle-to-grid charge post

Direct Insight, the UK-based, technical systems integrator and reseller of system-on-module (SoM) and other embedded systems, has announced that a new vehicle-charging system which embraces Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) functionality is available based on QNX RTOS, enabling it to meet mission-critical availability goals and satisfy the needs of consumers reliably and safely.

30th June 2020
Solder-down QSMP solves production challenges

Direct Insight has announced the tiny solder-down QSMP module with STMicro ST32M1 single/dual core ARM Cortex-A7, manufactured by the company’s long-standing partner, Aachen-based Ka-Ro Electronics.

15th April 2020
Solder-down module increases thermal efficiency

Direct Insight has launched the QS8M Solder-down module, manufactured by their long-standing partner, Aachen-based Ka-Ro Electronics with NXP i.MX8M quad- or dual-core Cortex-A53 64-bit processor, plus RAM, Flash memory and power management.

28th February 2020
Tiny SoM delivers high power and versatility

Direct Insight has launched the TRITON-TX8M. The SODIMM-format tiny SoM is based on NXP’s powerful, cost-effective i.MX8M Mini Quad ARM Cortex-A53 processor that features four 64-bit ARM Cortex-A53 cores running at up to 1.6GHz.

1st November 2016
Low-bandwidth video transmission enhanced by latest hardware

  The challenge of transmitting quality live video over low bandwidth connections such as 3G, 4G or GPRS requires innovation in both software and hardware in order to meet space, power and cost constraints typical of video surveillance applications. 

9th November 2015
High-performance, low-cost, low-power module uses tablet SoC

With a quad-core Allwinner A31 processor, usually found in high-end tablets, the A31-μQ7 is a high-performance industrial system-on-module which breaks the mould, setting a new ultra-competitive price point, starting at under £50. Developed by Austrian design house Theobroma Systems, and distributed by Direct Insight, the module measures 70x40mm and is based on the 230-pin Qseven pinout standard, comes with a comprehensive Linux BSP and ...

4th December 2012
New TRITON-TX6Q module with Quad Core ARM Cortex-A9

The new TRITON-TX6Q is a complete system-on-module with four ARM Cortex-A9 cores, on a 31mm x 68mm module. Designed to bring the multimedia capability of smartphones and tablets to industrial applications, the TRITON-TX-6Q uses the Freescale i.MX6Q quad-core device and features industrial temperature support (-40C to +85C), pin-compatibility with the rest of Direct Insight’s TRITON-TX range which embraces 7 products including ARM9 and ARM Corte...

15th September 2010
SwiftModule-DM features TI's 1GHz ARM Cortex-A8 device

The latest SODIMM system-on-module in our production-ready range is the SwiftModule-DM, equipped with a TI Da Vinci DM3730 with 1GHz ARM Cortex-A8 core, and an optional DSP imaging and video accelerator capable of 720p HD video encoding and decoding. SwiftModule-DM is the most powerful ARM-based system on module available today.

16th December 2009
ARM Cortex-A8 System-on-Module gets Windows CE 6.0 R3

Leading supplier of production-ready modules and Microsoft Windows Embedded Gold Partner, Direct Insight has introduced a Windows CE 6.0 R3 implementation for its SwiftModule-OM series of system-on-modules based on TI's OMAP3530 family devices, equipped with ARM's top-of-the range Cortex-A8 core, a PowerVR OpenGL ES 2.0 graphics engine, and C65x+ DSP.

16th December 2009
New module has Freescale i.MX51 with 800MHz ARM Cortex-A8

Direct Insight has introduced a tiny system-on-module based on Freescale's new i.MX51 device which features an 800MHz ARM Cortex-A8 core with NEON Floating Point Unit, graphics engine and hardware-implemented video codec with up to 720p resolution support. Both Windows CE 6.0 and Linux 2.6 are supported.

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