Embedded module powers real-time computing

26th October 2016
Alice Matthews

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.

This allows it to power real-time computing, industrial automation, digital surveillance, aviation, medical and retail.

Eight USB ports – including 2x USB 3.0 – and up to four PCIe lanes natively supported by the processor enable high bandwidth communication with peripherals and additional interfaces on the carrierboard. With the latest Intel graphics processor integrated in the module delivers 4K high resolution graphics output, 3D processing and also greatly increased video encode and playback performance. Time coordinated computing capabilities enable time synchronised processes within IoT networks and industrial control applications. Onboard eMMC up to 64GB and the option for LVDS or native eDP enable flexibility and reduce overall BOM costs.

The integrated TQMx86 board controller enables high flexibility through 'flexiCFG' and supports thermal management, watchdog and 'Green ECO-Off' with a minimum of standby power. Combined with options like conformal coating and optimised cooling solutions the TQMxE39M fits also perfectly into ruggedised applications.

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