Axiomtek introduces CEM700 COM Express Type 7 module |

Axiomtek introduces CEM700 COM Express Type 7 module

December 142018
Axiomtek introduces CEM700 COM Express Type 7 module

December 14, 2018 - Axiomtek introduced the CEM700, its COM Express Type 7 module. The CEM700 offers scalable processor options from the 16-core Intel Xeon D-1577 processor to the 4-core Intel Pentium D1519 processor (Broadwell DE). This COM Express Type 7 module comes with two 10GBASE-KR channels and supports two DDR4-2400 SO-DIMM slots for up to 32GB system memory. It delivers server-class performance in a form factor of 125 x 95 mm. Axiomtek's CEM700 is suited for integration into compute-intensive and space-constrained applications in need of high data and network throughputs, such as edge computing, microserver, data transmission device, and other networking fields.

The Axiomtek's CEM700 incorporates two 10GBASE-KR interfaces and an NC-SI (Network Controller Sideband Interface) for remote management to fulfill server application demands. The Intel® Broadwell DE-based module has an operating temperature range from -20ºC to +70ºC (or optionally -40ºC to +85ºC) to fully serve the needs of diverse applications. To enable turnkey evaluation, Axiomtek also provides CEB94701, the COM Express type 7 baseboard to operate with CEM700. Customers can emulate the functionality for software development and hardware verification.

The COM Express Type 7 module comes with an array of I/O connectors including two SATA-600 interfaces, two 10GBASE-KR ports with Intel 10G Ethernet controllers, one Gigabit LAN port with Intel i210 Ethernet controller, four USB 3.0 ports, four USB 2.0 ports, one LPC, one SPI, one I2C, two serial TX/RX and 4-IN/OUT DIO port. Moreover, it is expandable with one PCIe x16 Gen3, one PCIe x8 Gen3 and eight PCIe x1 Gen2 for volume data transmission. A watchdog timer helps detect and recover from malfunctions. Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0 is also supported to provide hardware-based data protection.

Axiomtek's CEM700, the industrial grade computer-on-module, is going to be available in December, 2018.