TQ Systems will be presenting new modules based on ARM, x86 and QorIQ at embedded world, Hall 1, Stand 1-578. In the ARM area, TQ will be showing two new modules based on energy-saving Cortex A7 technology: The TQMa7x ARM module uses the i.MX7 at up to 1GHz.
This embedded module is distinguished by very low power dissipation compared to computing power and by the peripheral devices available. The second new ARM module, the TQMa6ULx, is in the planning stage and is based on the i.MX6UL, also an ARM Cortex A7 core at 528MHz.
In the x86 module family, there are now three modules, the TQMxE38M, TQMxE38C and TQMx50UC, with extremely compact dimensions for use in embedded PC applications having greatly variable performance demands. The COM Express Type 10 mini module TQMxE38M can be configured with different Intel Atom processors from the E3800 family and up to 8GB of memory.
The TQMxE38C is the economical but powerful entry class of the COM Express Type 6 compact modules from TQ. For very demanding embedded PC applications, there is the pin-compatible TQMx50UC, which comes equipped with the Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 processors and up to 16GB of memory.
TQ Embedded continues the successful series of modules based on Power Architecture with Freescale QorIQ processors and, with the TQMT1042, offers a powerful module with low power consumption for a broad range of applications. The TQMT1042 can now be used for start-up and qualification tests. The module is based on the Freescale T1042 quad-core processor but supported with up to six additional pin-compatible processors from the Freescale T1/T2 series. Initial prototypes of the starter kit set can be used as an evaluation platform.