Next-gen scalable ARM module
A new Minimodule has been released by TQ. With the embedded module TQMa57xx, the processor family AM57xx is used with the basis of a Cortex A15 by Texas Instruments. TQ can continue to support its customers with innovative products in the ARM area with the systematic selection of future-oriented technology. A Cortex A15 Core with up to 2x 1.5GHz is planned on the TQMa57xx module.
Rugged embedded module utilises latest Intel processor
Offering technical properties optimised for harsh and rugged applications, the new COM Express TQMxE39C1 compact module from TQ is available with the latest generation of Intel Atom processors (code name ‘Apollo Lake’). The combination of the soldered 4/8GB Dual Channel DDR3L storage, ECC, an extended temperature range specification, optimised cooling solutions and optional conformal coating open up new potential applications for...
Embedded module enables reliable operating system
With the new Version 7.0 of QNX, TQ has launched its TQMa6x embedded module based on ARM Cortex A9. A Version 7.0 of BSP will soon also be available for the two Cortex modules TQMa6ULx and TQMa7x. By implementing these BSPs, TQ is looking further into the future and is combining its innovative ARM products with a reliable and real time capable operating system. In the TQMa6x, the i.MX6x is used, which is scalable over a range from Singl...
Advanced robotic solutions on display at Automate 2017
On booth 270 at Automate 2017, TQ Systems will showcase its RoboDrive technology as part of its first public appearance in North America. RoboDrive motors were designed by researchers at the Institute of Robotics and Mechatronics of the German Aerospace Centre (DLR) for the International Space Station. TQ RoboDrive is suited for robotics because the motors are compact, are half the weight and half the power losses at the same torque as other...
Next-gen modules offer high graphic performance
At embedded world 2017, TQ presented its module concepts based on the i.MX8 series of CPUs. The i.MX8 CPUs, based on three different Cortex Axx architectures with differing market orientations, already show the promise of trend-setting solutions. The individual CPU versions have differing specifications and support CAN FD, USB 3.0 and audio. In addition, they exhibit high graphical performance (4K video, 3D graphics).
Robust products on show at embedded world 2017
At embedded world 2017, TQ is to spotlight the robustness of its embedded products. TQ modules cover not only standard solutions but also special applications for harsh industrial environments. A well established and thought out industrial design ensures that the modules function reliably throughout their whole life-cycle.
High-performance module has 7th gen Intel processors
TQ extends its x86 product portfolio with embedded module TQMx70EB equipped with latest 7th generation Intel Core and Intel Xeon processors (Codename “Kaby Lake”). The COM Express Basic (Type 6) module TQMx70EB supports Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 7000E series processors (with up to quad core 3.7 GHz / 8 MB cache). For server-like applications the module supports also quad core Intel Xeon E3-1500 v6 processors. This new high-en...
Electronic component PCB checkup offered at electronica
Printed Circuit Board (PCB) assembly checkups have been offered by the TQ-Group to customers and other interested parties. The checkup examines all components in the product with regard to their future availability. Based on this work, the obsolescence management experts of TQ then provide individualised recommendations to ensure the competitiveness of the product over the long term.
Medical device platform suitable for the patient environment
With the TQ Medical-PC platform, TQ is now also focusing on the field of customer-specific HMI. The Medical-PCs in the device platform are fanless panel PCs for the medical sector, particularly for use in operating theatres and hygienically sensitive areas. The modular design enables sector-specific and customer-specific requirements to be transformed into ODM solutions in a professional manner.
Compact processor modules provide high data throughput
The mini-modules TQMT1040 and TQMT1042 from TQ are based on the Power Architecture processors in the T1 range from NXP. With the integrated data accelerator and the optional encryption unit, the T1040 and T1042 64-bit quad core processors offer a universal basis for high performance and secure solutions in the smallest of spaces.
Compact mini-module enables secure data communication
A mini-module based on the QorIQ LS102xA Layerscape processor range from NXP Semiconductors has been introduced by TQ. According to TQ, the TQMLS102xA is currently the smallest module on the market featuring this technology and also has high speed interfaces and low power dissipation. This opens up possibilities of secure data communication.
Embedded mini-modules achieve low power dissipation
Two mini-modules which use the CPU architecture ARM Cortex-A7 have been developed by TQ, the TQMa7x and TQMa6ULx. With the choice of this CPU architecture in connection with the variety of interfaces of the NXP CPUs i.MX6UL and i.MX7, TQ creates a future-oriented basis in order to continue to support its customers with products in the ARM field.
Embedded module powers real-time computing
A module from TQ-Group is to be presented at electronica: the COM Express Mini module TQMxE39M is based on the latest generation of Intel Atom, Pentium and Celeron processors (code named 'Apollo Lake'). It achieves a new level of compute performance, security and media processing performance in a compact form factor.
Module TQMx60EB relies on Intel “Skylake-H”
TQ is relying on the latest Intel Core and Intel Xeon processors of the 6th generation (codename “Skylake-H”). The COM Express Basic (Type 6) module TQMx60EB supports Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 dual-core and quad-core processors of the 6000E series with up to 3.5 GHz and 8 MB cache. In addition to this, versions are available with Intel Xeon quad-core processors of the E3-1500 v5 family for the high-end embedded computing area.
Compact modular platform to support Intel-based applications
With MSys, TQ is presenting an extremely compact and modular platform for Intel-based embedded PC applications and gateways. With outer dimensions of only 10x10 cm², the hardware kit can be easily integrated into cost-effective 100 mm standard housing solutions. The four attachment points are defined to conform to the embedded NUC standard (SGeT, SDT.03). This extends the combination area to the complete eNUC-Eco system.
Modular gateway solution enables 'Secure IoT'
TQ is showing in cooperation with Gemalto a modular gateway solution as a basis for individual, customised products to enable “Secure IoT”. TQ, an embedded specialist and service provider for electronic assemblies and systems, is hereby concentrating on topics such as processor technology, hardware and systems integration for ODM products. Gemalto, the world leader in digital security, enables back-end services, security and industria...
Medical-PC: the latest platform concept for the medical sector
TQ-Systems is presenting the in-house developed and produced Medical-PC for the first time at the embedded world 2016. This is offered as a platform concept and can be adapted according to individual customer requirements. Customers profit from the TQ’s many years of experience as an E²MS and embedded manufacturer. The Medical-PC is a fanless Panel PC for the medical sector, particularly for use in operating rooms and hygienically...
TQMT10xx series is based on 64-bit Power Architecture
With the TQMT1042, TQ is presenting a minimodule with the latest Power Architecture generation of NXP. The T1042 processor that is used, with four 64-bit cores and high-performance DPAA forms the basis for a processor module with significantly increased output and simultaneously reduced power consumption and minimal dimensions. The TQMT1042 is the cornerstone of the new TQMT10xx series, which is able to support a large bandwidth of the 64-bit Pow...
TQMLS102xA presents latest advances in data communication
At the embedded world, TQ is showing with the TQMLS102xA a minimodule based on the latest QorIQ LS102xA Layerscape processor family of NXP Semiconductor. The TQMLS102xA is presently the smallest module with this technology on the market and furthermore is convincing with its high-speed interfaces and very low power consumption. This opens up new ways of data communication.
Energy-efficient modules come with latest CPU technology
With the TQMa7x and TQMa6ULx, TQ is planning two minimodules in which the new ARM Cortex-A7 processor architecture is used. Through the targeted selection of the technology, TQ is creating a forward-looking basis in order to continue supporting its customers with innovative products in the ARM sector. A performance-optimised ARM Cortex-A7 Core with up to 1GHz will be used on the TQMa7x embedded computing module. This is based on the i.MX7 by NXP.