Boards/Backplanes

Type six module aimed at performance demanding applications

12th July 2018
Alex Lynn

 

It has been announced that ADLINK is introducing its latest COM Express Type six modules, thus widening its offerings to fulfil the needs of even the most performance demanding applications.

ADLINK’s Express-CF modules feature the Intel Xeon and eighth-gen Intel Core processors with up to six cores (Hexa) and up to 48GB memory capacity, which ADLINK claims results in uncompromising system performance and responsiveness. All this makes the Express-CF suited for demanding applications such as image processing and analysis, 4K high speed video encoding and streaming, medical ultra sound, predictive traffic analysis and more.

Express-CF modules are equipped with the eighth-gen Intel Core processor family and Intel Xeon processor E-2100M family, and are the first Type six modules to support both Xeon and Core i7 Hexa-core (six core) CPUs. These Hexa-core processors support up to 12 threads and an impressive turbo boost of up to 4.4GHz. Compared to earlier mobile quad-core Xeon and Core i7 CPUs, the additional two cores of the new Hexa-core CPUs results in more than 25% performance boost at no significant cost increase.

ADLINK’s Express-CF provides standard support for up to 48GB non-ECC DDR4 in three SO-DIMMs (two on the top side, one on the bottom), while still fully complying with PICMG COM.0 mechanical specifications. Modules equipped with the Xeon Hexa-core processor support both ECC and non-ECC SODIMMs.

With integrated Intel UHD Graphics 630, the Express-CF supports up to three independent 4K displays via DisplayPort, HDMI, DVI and LVDS. ADLINK also offers either eDP or analogue VGA as build options by customer request. Additionally, the Express-CF supports Intel Optane memory and NVMe SSDs through high speed PCIe x4 Gen3 interfaces, allowing applications access to the highest speed storage solutions on the market today.

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