- January 20, 2016
- ADLINK Technology
SMARC and Qseven computer-on-modules (COMs) now have the latest Intel Pentium and Celeron Processor N3000 Series (codename Braswell).
January 20, 2016 – ADLINK Technology announced extended offerings based on the latest Intel Pentium and Celeron Processor N3000 Series (codename Braswell) to include SMARC and Qseven computer-on-modules (COMs).
The LEC-BW is a SMARC Short Size Module with dual or quad-core Intel Pentium and Celeron Processor N3000 Series System-on-Chip (SoC) from 1.46 up to 1.91 GHz and up to 8 GB on board DRAM. The graphics interfaces include LVDS, HDMI and DP supporting multiple independent screens. The module also offers 2x camera interfaces. The LEC-BW’s additional rich I/O options include 1x GbE, 1x SDIO/SD/MMC, 2x SATA-III 6Gbit/s, 1x USB 3.0, 2x USB 2.0 (host), 1x USB 2.0 (client) 12x GPIO, 2x SPI, and 4x I2C. The LEC-BW features standard operating system support for Windows 7/8.1/10, Linux, and Android, and also offers optional support for QNX and VxWorks.
ADLINK’s Q7-BW is based on the Qseven Hardware Specification v2.0 and features a dual or quad-core Intel Pentium and Celeron Processor N3000 Series System-on-Chip (SoC) from 1.46 up to 1.91 GHz and up to 8 GB onboard memory. Graphic interfaces include single/dual channel LVDS, HDMI/DP, and 2x eDP (optional) interfaces. I/O includes 3x PCIe x1 Gen2, 1x GbE, 1x USB 3.0, 5x USB 2.0 (host), and 1x USB2.0 (client), as well as storage support for 1-2x SATA3 6Gbit/s (1x onboard SATA SSD, optional) and 1x SDIO (4 bit). The option is also available for soldered, bootable eMMC flash storage from 4GB to 64GB. The Q7-BW features standard operating system support for Windows 7/8.1/10, Linux, and Android.
All of ADLINK’s computer-on-modules come equipped with SEMA (Smart Embedded Management Agent), enabling remote management and control of distributed devices. ADLINK's SEMA-equipped devices connect seamlessly to our SEMA Cloud solution to enable remote monitoring, autonomous status analysis, custom data collection and initiation of appropriate actions. All collected data, including sensor measurements and management commands, are available from any place, at any time via encrypted data connection.
“ADLINK has the largest portfolio of SMARC modules in the market, with a model featuring an ARM or x86 processor from the major CPU vendors,” said Dr. Harald Schmidts, ADLINK´s product manager for SMARC and Qseven product lines. “We continue to work closely with SGeT to evolve the standards for SMARC and other COM in order to take advantage of the lower power, higher compute performance that is being introduced with each new processor.”
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