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COM Express board with latest AMD R Series processors

November 16, 2012 // Nick Flaherty

COM Express board with latest AMD R Series processors

Kontron has launched a series of COM Express Computer-on-Modules (COMs) for small form factor applications. based on the AMD Embedded R-Series accelerated processing unit (APU).

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The COMe-cTH6 features dual and quad core processor options that give designers up to 2.0GHz of high performance graphics and parallel processing capabilities with low 26 watt thermal design power (TDP), which makes the board an attractive lower cost building block alternative. The new module delivers exceptional graphics performance due to the AMD R-series integrated Radeon HD 7000 Series+ graphics engine that supports DirectX 11 and OpenCL.
The Kontron COMe-cTH6 also provides support for remote manageability, virtualized environments and platform security further enhancing application reliability while lowering the total cost of ownership. The combination of features offered with the COM Express compact Pin-out type 6 modules offer a solid, scalable and flexible platform solution that will help speed development of applications in the medical, infotainment, gaming and digital signage markets.
The COMe-cTH6 is aimed at graphic-rich small devices that have strict power and thermal limitations. The new modules offer comprehensive video support for a significantly enhanced viewer experience with up to four independent displays, H.264, VC1, MPEG-2, DivX, WMV, BluRay 3D and HDMI. With 7 PCI Express x1 lanes plus 1 PEG x8 interface, the new Kontron COM Express compact modules COMe-cTH6 provide a scalable platform for COM Express compact type 6 pin-out -based applications that must satisfy ever higher demands for performance and graphics support at lower power. They also deliver support for new HD video and interactive 3D effect capabilities, as well as provide the necessary high-performance parallel processing demanded by compute-intensive applications.
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