ADLINK Technology recently released four embedded computing solutions designed with the Intel Atom x5-E8000 processor. The newly-updated COM Express cExpress-BW, SMARC LEC-BW, Qseven Q7-BW modules, and the AmITX-BW-I thin Mini-ITX embedded board offer improved cost-performance ratios.
The latest Intel Atom SoC features 64-bit quad-core processing that is well suited for multitasking applications. The processor offers a configurable TDP (cTDP) of 5 W at 1.04 GHz, enabled by its 14-nm core transistors. With the new processor, ADLINK embedded boards and modules support up to 8 GB of dual-channel DDR3L 1600-MHz memory and up to three independent displays with Intel HD graphics.
The new COM modules and Mini-ITX board run graphics processing on a base frequency of 320 MHz with eDP/DP/HDMI interfaces for up to three display ports, which is an increase in the number of ports over previous COM Express modules. In addition to 4K resolution, Intel Gen9 Iris Graphics offer excellent 2D/3D hardware acceleration with decoding support for HEVC H.265, MPEG2, MVC, VC-1, WMV9, JPEG, and VP8, and encoding support for HEVC H.265 MVC, and JPEG. Graphics support also includes Open GL for graphics rendering, Intel Quick Sync Video for fast conversion to mobile format, and Intel clear Video HD Technology for better quality video.
ADLINK embedded boards and modules are equipped with ADLINK’s Smart Embedded Management Agent (SEMA), which provides detailed device-level system data including but not limited to temperature, voltage, and power consumption. With access to system activities, you can identify inefficiencies and malfunctions in real-time, thus preventing failures and minimizing downtime. ADLINK’s SEMA-equipped devices connect seamlessly to the SEMA Cloud for remote monitoring. Collected data, including sensor measurements and management commands, are accessible from anywhere at any time via an encrypted connection.
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