The Witech OK6410 ARM11 development kit features the Samsung S3C6410 microprocessor (clocked to 667MHz), 256MB DDR ram, and 1GB NAND Flash. The OK6410-CORE targets industrial control equipments, vehicle navigation devices, multi-media terminal, and consumer electronic devices. The Witech OK6410 supports Embedded Linux, WindowsCE, Android, VxWorks, and uCos/II. An ARM11 SoM (System on Module) is connected to the OK6410 carrier board by a 320p gilded anti-oxidative connector. Once programmed, the SoM can be detached from the carrier board and inserted like a big chip into test beds, prototypes, and production units for OEM deployment.
WIN Enterprises introduced the MB-80200 ETX system-on-module (SOM). The MB-80200 supports the Intel Atom N450 and D510 processors (code-named Intel Pineview-M and Pineview-D, respectively). MB-80200 supports Windows 7, Windows Visa ,and Linux. MB-80200 evaluation units will be available early February 2010. The SOM is ideal for portable medical, gaming, entertainment, military, kiosk, and aerospace applications.
The STX88831 STX, from Axiomtek, is a system-on-a-module. The STX88831 STX SoM integrates the 1.6GHz Intel Atom processor N270 with Intel 945GSE and ICH7M chipsets. The STX88831 module supports up to 2GB of high-speed DDR2 system DRAM on a single SODIMM. Multiple displays are supported by a LVDS/TTL interface and VGA port interface. The STX88831 STX system-on-a-module is ideal for embedded, communication, healthcare, automation, transportation, and surveillance applications.
AXIOMTEK announced the ETM831, which is an Intel Atom ETX 3.x compliant system-on-a-module. Within a compact 4.5″ x 3.7″ (114 x 95mm) footprint, the ETM831 SoM features a high-performance, low-power 1.6GHz Intel Atom processor N270 and Intel 945GSE and ICH7M chipsets. The ETM831 supports up to 2GB of high-speed DDR2 system DRAM on a single SODIMM. The low-power module is ideal for communication, medical, factory automation, transportation, and surveillance applications. The RoHS compliant ETM831 will be available around the end of February 2010.