RadiSys introduced the rugged Procelerant CEQM57XT COM Express module. The CEQM57XT module combines the Intel Core i7 and i5 processors and the Mobile Intel QM57 Express chipset with extended temperature range (from -25 to 70 degrees Celsius) and ruggedized vibration specifications. The Procelerant CEQM57XT is ideal for mil/aero and industrial applications such as ruggedized computers/tablets, unmanned vehicles/robots and in-vehicle computers. The RadiSys CEQM57XT COM Express module production shipment is planned for the second quarter.
Summit Microelectronics announced the SMB274 programmable driver for the LensVector solid-state AutoFocus device. LensVector AutoFocus replaces the complex, bulky and often fragile mechanical autofocus mechanisms currently found in camera phones with a simple and easy-to-integrate solid-state component. The SMB274 is offered in a 1.34mm x 2.34mm, 15-ball WLCSP package. Samples and evaluation kits will be available later this quarter from Summit and LensVector.
The Nexcom NISE 3144 is a fanless industrial computer system. The NISE 3144 features 4 x PoE interfaces for connection to a wide variety of Class 3 PoE enabled devices such as VoIP, IP Camera, wireless access point, and RFID reader. It is ideal for use as a Mobile DVR computing platform or for other applications which require video streaming, image processing or remote visual inspection.
Kontron introduced three new Kontron ETXexpress-PC Computer-on-Modules. The new COM Express modules feature support for the Mobile Intel GM45 Express and Mobile Intel GL40 Express chipsets. Samples of the new Kontron ETXexpress-PC Computer-on-Modules are available now. Series production will start by the end of this quarter. The new boards support Linux, VxWorks, and the Windows OS family (including Windows Vista, XP, 2000, XPe, CE and Windows 7).
RadiSys introduced the Procelerant CEQM57 COM Express module. The CEQM57 features the new Intel Core i5 and i7 processors and the Mobile Intel QM57 Express chipset. The modules are ideal for medical imaging, communications, military-aerospace, and test and measurement applications that require high levels of performance. Operating system support is available for Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Red Hat Linux, and Microware Hypervisor. The Procelerant CEQM57 module production shipment is scheduled for this quarter. The module will available in a Type 2 and Type 3 pin-out.
Avalue introduced the EPI-QM57 EPIC computing module. The EPI-QM57 features the Intel Core i7 processor. The two-chip platform is based on Intel’s 32nm process technology and integrates the Northbridge chip with the CPU. The EPI-QM57 is ideal for medical instruments, PoS/kiosk machines, digital signage, surveillance devices, automation controllers, and military systems. Avalue’s EPI-QM57 supports Microsoft Windows 7 / 7e / XP / XPe / Vista, WEPOS, and Linux operating systems.
Avago Technologies developed a new miniature optical finger navigation (OFN) input system for mobile and consumer electronic devices. The OFN solution is user-friendly and features a low-power architecture and power management modes. The optical finger navigation is ideal for designers of electronic devices such as mobile phones, MP3 players, ultra-miniature PCs, game pads, digital cameras, and keyboards.
The MS7724 is the first product in the Renesas Multimedia Solution line of system development Linux platforms. Each features an SH-Mobile R Series application processor; provides enhanced functionality, reduced cost, and greater compactness than previous evaluation and development boards; and includes Linux software necessary for system development in a single package. The first product to be released is the MS7724 platform for the SH-Mobile R2R (SH7724). Shipments began last month in Japan.
Qualcomm is sampling the new MSM7x30 smartphone chipset family. The MSM7x30 family features a strong emphasis on multimedia performance, supporting high-definition video recording and playback, exceptional graphics with dedicated 2D and 3D cores, and an overall chip design optimized for a highly responsive, immersive web experience. The first devices based on the flagship MSM7x30 family of chipsets are expected to launch commercially before the end of 2010.
The LEC-7800, from Lanner Electronics, features the AMD 780E embedded chipset and is capable of rendering dual streams of HD video from three different video out ports: HDMI, VGA, and DVI-D. It can display on two full HD LCD or plasma screens. For wireless capability, the LEC-7800 can be ordered with an added on-board SIM card socket for a mini-PCIe 3G / GPS module. When installed with a SIM card, the LEC-7800 can send and receive information wirelessly. It is ideal for mobile signage applications. The LEC-7800 is available for sample orders immediately.