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Qseven Module Sports Apollo Lake Processor

Axiomtek has released the Q7M311, a new Qseven module with Intel Apollo Lake processor, dual display interfaces, 32 Gbytes of eMMC memory, and wide operating temperature supported. The Q7M311 has adopted the 14nm Intel Pentium N4200 and Celeron N3350 quad-core/dual-core processors (codename: Apollo Lake). The extremely small embedded module supports 4 Gbytes (or optionally up to 8 Gbytes) of DDR3L memory onboard. With a seismic design and for industrial-grade temperatures, both the CPU and the DDR3L RAM are soldered to deliver reliable and excellent computing performance. With rich features embedded in all the components built in a small form factor, the industrial-grade computer-on-module is aimed for industrial IoT applications, including industrial control, medical imaging, digital signage, gaming machines, military, and networking.

Axiomtek q7m311

Advanced connectivity includes four PCIe x1 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, four USB 3.0 ports, one Gigabit Ethernet (built-in Intel Ethernet controller i211AT), two SATA-600 interfaces, and eight inputs/outputs of general purpose for peripheral devices and data transfer. Also, the LPC bus is available for easy connection of legacy I/O interfaces. This powerful Qseven embedded board runs well with Windows 10 and Linux operating system and supports Axiomtek AXView 2.0 intelligent remote management software.

Axiomtek | www.axiomtek.com


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