Computer-on-Modules are small circuit boards that are plugged into a standard connector on an application-specific carrier board and contain the processor with all of its vital peripherals. Most interface circuitry is situated on the module, including PCI Express, Ethernet, SATA, display interfaces, general-purpose I/O, and similar interfaces. Watch this video from congatec to learn more about the latest in Computer-on-Modules.
congatec has launched the new low-power Intel Atom® x6000 Series, Celeron® and Pentium® processors on five embedded form factors: SMARC, Qseven, COM Express Compact and Mini, and Pico-ITX single board computers.
The embedded computing industry launched the next-generation standard for modular system designs. Since COM-HPC is complex and sometimes misunderstood, there is a need for clear information. Watch this webinar from Congatec to learn more.
The PICMG will soon officially adopt the COM HPC Computer-on-Module standard. Part of the new standard is the COM HPC Server specification. What are the most important markets and applications for the new high-end Server-on-Modules and what are the limits?