Giada will present its newly-launched SDM modules following Intel’s new Intel Smart Display Modules specification and reference design at the upcoming ISE 2018 in Amsterdam. The new modules, using a SoC (System on Chip) processor, can fit into compact, all-in-one designs as new displays get thinner and power-efficient performance becomes more critical.
The larger and more powerful SDM-7300U (shown here), to be shown for the first time globally at ISE 2018, features an Intel Kaby lake Core i5 7300U CPU and supports up to 32 GB DDR4 memory. The module, offering an HDMI port, can display video and images with 4k resolution. This module, incorporating high-speed PCIe connectivity with a custom I/O receptacle board, is compatible with Windows and Linux operation systems.
The smaller module, the entry level SDM Z8350, was announced in Q3 2017. It features an Intel Atom Cherrytrail Z8350 CPU and up to 2 GB onboard memory. It is equipped with a 32 GB eMMC and can support two independent displays with a DP port and an HDMI port. The module, with SDM Standard I/O, can support Windows, Linux and Android 5.1.
Giada is a close partner of Intel in the SDM program and initially will launch two SDM modules. A smaller module (109×60mm) with an entry-level processor and a larger module (110×175mm) with a high performance processor. Both SDM modules come without housing and are optimized for digital signage, public kiosks, professional monitors, point-of-sale, projectors, bedside terminals, hospitality and more applications. They can be applied all around the retail industry, especially on visual retail and transactional and responsive retail.
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Details about the two new SDM modules
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