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Rugged COM Express Card Has Xeon E3-1500 v6

Eurotech has launched a new fanless COM Express module for rugged and HPEC applications. The CPU-162-24 is a COM Express Basic (125x95mm) Type 6 module based on the Intel Xeon E3-1505L v6 and 1505M v6 processors and supports up to 2 DDR4 SO-DIMMs with ECC, for a total capacity of 32GB. Well suited for high performance graphics and video applications, the CPU-162-24 features an integrated GPU that provides hardware acceleration and up to three simultaneous video outputs.

With a long-life cycle, optional conformal coating and a soldered down CPU, the CPU-162-24 delivers fanless computing in extended operating temperature range (-40°C to +85°C). Eurotech says this new product further expands its COM Express portfolio, ranging from the CPU-162-23, a Xeon D-1500 Basic Type 7 module, to the CPU-163-16, a Mini Type 10 with the Intel E3900 CPU.

Eurotech Professional Services are offered as an option and include BIOS personalization, carrier board design, system development and production. Deep module customization, such as feature changes are also available.

The CPU-162-24 supports Eurotech Everyware Linux and Windows 10 IoT Enterprise. Full support for customer carrier board enablement and RTOS are available through Eurotech Professional Services. The board provides full integration with Eurotech’s IoT Edge Framework Everyware Software Framework (ESF). ESF provides native connectivity with many IoT Cloud services and among them, Everyware Cloud (EC – separately available), Eurotech’s IoT Integration Platform, which allows remote device and data management and integration with analytics and IT applications.

The CPU-162-24 will be available for orders mid Q2’20.

Eurotech | www.eurotech.com

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