GreenBase Technology introduced their GK-335x Ultra Low Power Computer Module. The GK-335x ULP-COM is based on the 720Mhz Texas Instruments Sitara AM335x (ARM Cortex A8). Their first product will be the GK-3359. It is ideal for industrial control and building/home automation. The GreenBase GK-335x ULP-COM will be available in the second quarter of 2012. The GK-335x is designed in compliance with the release candidate for the ultra low power Computer-on-Module standard based on ARM and SoCs, named ULP-COM (working title) and initiated by Kontron.
Habey USA introduced the post-it sized SOM-6670 E6XX Tunnel Creek QSeven computer module. The SOM-6670 packs the CPU, memory controller, and graphics processing unit with HD video encoding/decoding in a single chip. The SOM-6670 (paired with a mini-ITX carrier board) features the Atom E6XX processor, GMA600 graphics, up to 2GB DDR2, six USB 2.0 ports, two gigabit Ethernet, two serial ports, CAN Bus, two Serial ATA ports, SD card reader, mini-PCIe slot and a PCIe x1 slot. The SOM-6670 supports dual independent screens with HD encoding (MPEG2 and H.264).