3.5-inch embedded board based on the Intel Core i7 processors
October 25, 2010 // Julien Happich
With the ECM-QM57, Data Modul offers a 3.5” embedded board with Intel Core i7 processor. Based on Intel's 32nm process technology and featuring a two-chip platform that integrates the Northbridge chip with the CPU, this platform delivers enhanced performance, energy efficiency, manageability, security functions and smoother visual experiences. Using the low voltage Intel Core i7-620LE or the ultra-low voltage Intel Core i7-620UE processor, the ECM-QM57 is adopted with the latest Intel QM57 Express chipset.
It provides beside the standard I/O features 5 x USB 2.0, 2 x COM (one of them is switchable to RS232/422/485), 16 GPIOs, 2 x SATA, HD audio, dual gigabit Ethernet and one compact flash socket. One mini PCI Express socket is optionally available via a daughter board.
A wide variety of display I/O configurations are supported, including HDMI, dual-channel 18/24-bit LVDS, VGA and dual display configurations. The board features a SODIMM socket which supports up to 4 GB DDR3 800/1066 SDRAM.
Like Avalue's other Embedded products, the new ECM-QM57 provides a long-term availability of at least 3 years with a strict revision control.
Visit Data Modul AG at ww.data-modul.com
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